Boat Insurance: Uncertain Waters for Vessel Owners

April 29, 2021
Unless your vessel is small, slow and inexpensive, whether you should purchase Boat Insurance is not subject of debate. You should. While most states don’t require insurance for watercraft, many marinas do, and if you’re financing the purchase of a boat, your bank will definitely... Find out more »

What OSHA Changes Mean to Businesses

April 27, 2021
For more than a year, American businesses have operated — or ceased to operate — amid the COVID-19 pandemic with no Emergency Temporary Standard from the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA). That, it appears, is about to change, and the consequences for non-compliant... Find out more »

Wellbeing Insights: Top Documentaries, Keys to Hybrid Work Success and More

April 26, 2021
When it comes to wellbeing, employers often find themselves challenged by how to approach a shift from a traditional wellness model to a comprehensive and holistic program that supports the whole person. Below you'll find this week’s curated list of wellbeing resources. Feel free to share these... Find out more »

Weddings and Special Event Insurance: Peace of Mind Before the Big Day

April 22, 2021
Like thousands of other couples who had planned to get married in 2020, my fiancée and I postponed our wedding — in our case, rescheduling for August 2021. Given vaccination rates in general and among our friends and family in particular, we’re confident that COVID-19 will not prevent us... Find out more »

Cannabis Insurance: Growing Pains in a Growth Industry

April 20, 2021
In announcing a licensing agreement with retailers in Illinois and Massachusetts earlier this month, California-based Lowell Farms, Inc. touted itself as a “vertically-integrated cannabis company with advanced production capabilities including cultivation, extraction, manufacturing, brand sales,... Find out more »

Vacant Commercial Property Insurance Exclusions and How to Restore Coverage

April 16, 2021
While the lockdowns and stay-at-home orders enacted throughout the nation last spring are now parts of our pandemic past, many businesses remain closed — some hoping to reopen, others having closed their doors for good. Owners and tenants of buildings that are unoccupied or lacking sufficient... Find out more »

Meeting at the Intersection of Technology and Employee Benefits

April 14, 2021
Even as the nation and the world continue to struggle with COVID-19, the post-pandemic American world of work is taking shape. Two characteristics already appear clearly defined: A largely remote workforce, advances in data analytics and changing client expectations have accelerated... Find out more »

Commercial Flood Insurance: Yes, You Should Have It Here

April 13, 2021
Far too often, business owners learn the true risk of flooding and the value of Flood Insurance the hard way: by experiencing a loss. Call it “Can’t Happen Here Syndrome.” Most business owners understand that damage caused by flood — typically from water overflow, water... Find out more »

Weekly Wellbeing Resources: Ergonomic Balance, Disconnect Fridays and More

April 12, 2021
When it comes to wellbeing, employers often find themselves challenged by how to approach a shift from a traditional wellness model to a comprehensive and holistic program that supports the whole person. Below you'll find this week’s curated list of wellbeing resources. Feel free to share these... Find out more »

Residential Flood Insurance: What Risk Rating 2.0 Means to You

April 9, 2021
If you’re in the market to buy or rent a home and haven’t heard of Risk Rating 2.0, there are a couple of factors regarding Flood Insurance that you may want to consider before signing that purchase-and-sale agreement or lease. First, be aware that the National Flood Insurance... Find out more »