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When kids come to work: 5 tips for businesses and parents

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The coronavirus pandemic has prompted business owners and their employees to find new ways to keep employees and their families safe and secure. Many organizations are assisting working parents by allowing employees to bring their children to work. In areas where traditional daycare facilities may be unavailable, some employers are setting up temporary daycare services on-site.

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Business continuity planning: Are you ready?

By Business Insurance, Insurance
Business continuity planning: Are you ready?

It’s hard to predict what could go wrong when disaster strikes. Whether you’re dealing with a natural disaster, human-caused hazard, technology disruption or health emergency, an effective business continuity plan could help you respond quickly. Without a plan, the magnitude of what can go wrong could be overwhelming, and your business could be at risk.

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Professional liability coverage options for dentists

By Business Insurance, Insurance
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The July-August 2020 edition of CDS Review, a publication of the Chicago Dental Society, features an article by Mike Terrell, national program director for Cincinnati’s dentist, veterinarian and optometrist programs. His article describes the differences between occurrence and claims-made insurance coverages and the benefits of each type.

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Private company decision makers need D&O insurance

By Business Insurance, Insurance
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Owners of private companies without shareholders often believe they do not need directors and officers liability coverage. The misconception takes hold, I believe, because small, privately held companies often have no formal board of directors or shareholders – which seemingly limits exposure to lawsuits and dismisses the need for D&O liability coverage. While logical, this could not be further from the truth.

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Tech may advance, but personal touch adds value

By Business Insurance, Insurance, Personal Insurance
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People’s lives change. Businesses grow and transform over time. That’s why we feel the consumer is best served by an independent insurance agent with the expertise to evaluate an evolving risk profile and offer educated advice and products that best match these needs. Their clients can sleep easy.

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19 states provide automatic MVR notifications

By Business Insurance, Insurance
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Fleet safety managers and consultants have long recognized the benefits in using an automatic notification service as a best practice when it comes to managing fleet vehicle operators’ Motor Vehicle Records. What can be better than nearly “real time” notification of changes in one of your driver’s MVRs? Now 19 states offer direct Automatic Notification Service.

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Conducting effective vendor risk assessments

By Business Insurance, Insurance
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Nearly all organizations need to work with vendors or third-party suppliers. Whether you’re a global organization, a non-profit institution, an agency or a small business, your organization has the potential to face severe fines and penalties for failing to understand and comply with applicable regulations.

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January 6 deadline for USDOT clearinghouse

By Business Insurance, Insurance
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Employers of commercial motor vehicle drivers should be making final preparations to comply with a federal law set to take effect in January. The U.S. Department of Transportation is rolling out a Federal Drug and Alcohol Clearinghouse – a database to track commercial driver’s license holders who have tested positive for prohibited drug or alcohol use or who have refused to take a required test.

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