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When it comes to business insurance, you certainly don't want to cut corners that will come back to haunt you. At the same time, you don't want to pay an arm and a leg for business insurance that you simply won't need.

Find out what types of business insurance are essential when protecting your assets, and what you can get by without having.

Protecting Your Business And Assets

Ensuring Safety in the Workplace

  • Avoiding Workplace Violence: Tragedy In The Workplace – Business owners are becoming increasingly aware of the potential for workplace violence, either from current or former employees, or people outside the company. Here are some guidelines for developing and enforcing effective zero-tolerance policies and recognizing potential warning signs.
  • Preventing Ergonomic Problems: A $5.00 Wrist Pad Prevents A $500K Lawsuit – An often overlooked area of employee safety is the aspect of ergonomics or workplace design. Whether it is computer-related eye strain or the potential back strain associated with heavy lifting, surveying your employees and their work stations can help prevent ergonomic injuries and decreased productivity.

Disaster Planning

  • Preparing for Technical Disaster: Don't Blow a Fuse – A wise person once said, "An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure." Planning ahead for everything from common technology disruptions to major catastrophic events can help minimize the loss of critical information and personnel during an emergency.

White Collar Crime




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