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By Conor Moran, Assistance Vice President – Commercial Lines You run a small construction company. One of your employees is climbing up a ladder with one hand while holding some power tools with another and,...Read On..
By Chase Helwig, Assistant Vice President In 2016, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) received 97,443 charges of workplace discrimination in private, federal, state, and local government workplaces. The EEOC responded to over 585,000 calls...Read On..
By Bernie Cosentino, Vice President – Habitational Imagine this scenario: You have been successfully operating your business for five years, seeing massive year-over-year growth. One year, a flood comes through and wipes out half of...Read On..
Thursday, July 18, 2019 On Wednesday afternoon, the House approved the Middle Class Health Benefits Tax Repeal Act of 2019. After two votes to delay the implementation of the ACA’s “Cadillac tax,” on high-dollar...Read On..
While it’s best not to work outside in high temperatures, the nature of certain jobs—like construction, forestry, manufacturing or landscaping—sometimes makes it unavoidable. When this happens, a worker’s body temperature can rise to dangerously high...Read On..