You may always want to assume the best in people, but sometimes employees can be a little bit less than honest. Maybe a few dollars disappear from your cash register, maybe some merchandise finds itself missing, or maybe the expense report that you left up to an employee is more than a little off each month. In any case, employee dishonesty insurance can be a great asset to your business, whether you’re in a particularly risky industry or you’re a small business that wants to prevent sticky fingers. Here’s how.
You’re the fearless leader of your business. But with the title of Fearless Leader comes a lot of responsibility that gets heaped on your plate. One of those things is business insurance. There are a lot of possible risks that could befall your business, and among those is the possibility that an employee could get hurt. That’s what workers’ compensation insurance is for. We’ll explain what workers’ comp is and how it can help you provide for your employees if they get hurt on the job.
As an employer, you might be weighing the costs of offering group health insurance and benefits. The price tag of group health insurance might seem quite large, and if you’re not legally required to offer it you might be tempted to forego it as part of your business insurance plan. However, we’ve got 6 reasons to consider offering group health insurance.
We’ve all heard the expression “communication is key.” This is especially true in the workplace, where you’ve got a lot of people with different personalities spending hours upon hours in each other’s company. Having poor communication can be a recipe for disaster. For businesses to succeed, everyone needs to feel comfortable talking to everyone. Good communication can also help build up company culture, which is a great way to retain your valuable employees. If you’re looking to add some peace and harmony to your workplace, we’ve got some tips for better communication so that your office isn’t a discordant cacophony of noise (or worse, dead silent.)