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It’s no surprise that putting more drivers on the road is the best way to increase capacity, but carriers need to make sure they hire talented, qualified drivers. Even during the current driver shortage, onboarding a single inexperienced or unskilled employee can expose you to costly fines, crashes and a tarnished reputation.
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Remember a few years ago when planning a trip meant contacting travel agencies, booking hotel rooms and making plans well in advance? Today Airbnb and other home rental services can make traveling quick and easy, or even give you the chance to earn a little extra income. Despite the convenience and potential for profit, Airbnb can...
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The latest Commercial Risk Advisor newsletter examines potential NFIP changes during hurricane season, President Trump’s initial support of repealing the federal marijuana ban and a new study on commercial drone regulations.
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Restaurant Owners: This restaurant-specific scorecard can help you determine how your business is exposed to cyber threats.
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Marijuana in the workplace: Do you know your rights? Understand the laws regarding off-duty use and drug testing with this Compliance Overview.
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There are a number of different federal employment laws that have their own rules for covered employers. Employers should be aware of the federal employment laws that may apply to their company.
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Insurance carriers realize that offering additional lines of coverage to an existing customer is less expensive than trying to attract new customers. They also know that the more lines a given customer has, the longer they’re likely to stay with them.
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Workers’ compensation is a system of no-fault insurance that provides medical and monetary benefits to employees (or their survivors) who sustain work-related injuries, diseases or death. Workers’ compensation is governed by state law.
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This Workplace Safety Regulation manual will serve as a guide to some general federal OSHA standards as well as some Connecticut workplace safety laws that fall outside of the scope of the federal OSHA program. This guide is not meant to be exhaustive or construed as legal advice, but will be a helpful tool in...
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Many spend their weekend days basking in the sun while others are out working in it. July is National UV Safety month, check out these tips from TFIG to educate outdoor workers about staying safe in the sun. Trust in us to protect your employees.
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