No business owner wants to consider the possibility of their business going up in flames. If your business were to be burned to the ground, the financial burden would be staggering. You’re facing not only the costs of rebuilding the premises itself but also the cost of your lost income and profits. Most businesses that face a fire don’t end up reopening after the fact. The good news is that there are some steps you can take to lower the chances of that happening.
No one wants to think about what would happen if a disaster or hurricane were to hit their home, but being prepared is everything. To help your family get through a disaster, there are a few things you need to do, including preparing an evacuation plan and packing up a disaster kit. If you’re wondering where to start when preparing your disaster kit, we’ve got some things for you to keep in mind as you assemble it.
We’ve got some really exciting news! CoverYou Insurance is now part of the InsuranceHub family, and we’re thrilled to welcome all of our new additions to the office!
We’re happy to welcome Ed, Melanie, Jon, Frannie, Chris, and Julia to the team!
CoverYou has a long history of serving the people of Georgia and the Southeast – they’ve been around for over thirteen years! We know that they take pride in the strong relationships they’ve developed over the years and the top-notch service they provide to their customers.
CoverYou decided to seek a merger with us because they felt that a partnership would allow them to provide a wider array of services to their customers. CoverYou is really committed to helping and serving their customers, and we really admire their dedication to putting the customer first and becoming a trusted advisor to them. We at InsuranceHub share that commitment, so it’s no wonder we get along so well!
It’s hard to believe that we started out as a small Nationwide agency all those years ago. We’re so excited to have the opportunity to grow as a company, and we’re delighted that we’re able to welcome such wonderful people to work with us. The CoverYou folks are spectacular, and they’re really going to help us build relationships with clients and continue providing them with great customer service.
So, welcome aboard, CoverYou, and welcome to the family! We hope that you feel at home here and are so glad that you’ve joined the team. We’re so happy to be working with you!
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Working in the landscaping and lawn care world, chances are you work with some pretty hefty lawn mowers. You might have riding lawn mowers, or you might have some other kind of commercial-grade mower that gets the job done quickly. That lawn mower might extremely efficient and it might do a great job, but it’s also a pretty dangerous piece of machinery.
Sometimes you have to fire people. It happens within every company. It might be because the employee consistently causes problems, or it might be for financial reasons. Either way, it’s not a comfortable situation to be in. Emotions run high. Losing a job can be a devastating blow to an employee, and if they feel that they were wrongfully fired they could bring charges against your company.
There’s a right way and a wrong way to fire an employee, and leaving someone out in the cold with no given reason is generally not the best way to go. To avoid being on the chopping block of a wrongful termination suit, there are a few things you need to keep in mind and a few employment practices you can implement.
With summer just around the corner, you might be planning a grand overseas adventure. Traveling and seeing new places can be a very impactful experience, and having the opportunity to absorb a culture that’s not your own is exciting. However, it’s important to stay safe while you’re traveling. You don’t want a disaster to ruin your painstakingly planned trip, right?
There are a few things you can do before your trip and after you arrive at your destination to make sure that you have the best trip humanly possible.
Your clients entrust your business with their personal information on a regular basis. You swipe credit cards, make sales, take phone numbers or addresses, and might need even more sensitive information at times. We’d like to think that our computer systems and IT are secure, but they’re not. They can come under attack at any time, and if they fall you need to know how to face the consequences.
Recently we talked about why home inventories are vital when it comes to home insurance. Creating a home inventory helps you ensure that you have enough coverage for your home, and it makes filing a claim for fire or burglary much easier. Making a list of all of the belongings in each room of your house might sound tedious, but we’ve got a suggestion for a more tech-friendly way of conducting your home inventory.
If you’re familiar with GoogleDrive, you know that it’s an online file storage system that you can access from any internet-connected device. Anything you create or type into a Google document (simply called a GoogleDoc) within Drive is saved, and it’s a way to avoid keeping your all-important and all-inclusive inventory in your home where it could be destroyed.
Anyone who’s been out to eat on a Friday night knows that there’s a lot to think about in terms of keeping a restaurant afloat. There’s the quality of the food, the service, the kitchens, the supplies, and a ton of other things to consider (like making sure there’s enough ketchup in the fridge.) And insuring a restaurant is no exception—food service businesses need to be prepared for a lot of different scenarios. But aside from all of the other types of insurance a restaurant might consider, there’s another important one to take into account when finding coverage for your restaurant: spoilage coverage.
Boating is a favorite spring and summer activity for lots of people. When the weather turns warm, the water beckons. While it’s important to make sure that your boat has the proper insurance, it’s also important to be safe. Despite the inherent danger of being around boats, you can reduce the risk of something bad happening by setting some “boating safety” rules for your passengers. When you’re around boats, you can’t be too careful.
We’ve put together a few tips to help you stay safe while you have fun on the boat.