Wildfires may strike without a warning at any time, so it is critical to prepare your business before and after the catastrophe. Take proactive steps to keep everyone safe and time for your emergency plans to be reviewed and revised.
Dispensary owners need to be careful that they adequately protect themselves from both the legal and financial risks that are commonly faced by those in the medical marijuana industry.
Even as the country is regaining a sense of normalcy following the pandemic, the federal government has strengthened group health plans obligations for COVID-19 coverage.
Employers are responsible for determining whether a potential employee can legally work in the United States. To verify and record the identity and employment authorization of individuals hired for employment...
If your industry requires employees to work outdoors, now is a critical time to remind your team of heat risk exposures they might encounter.
This article provides an overview of the unique coverages needed to fully protect marijuana dispensaries and retailers from liability.
Here is an overview of measures the SECURE Act is requiring employers to implement. As always, check with a 401(k) expert for assistance in implementing the new 401(k) regulations.
All it takes is for an employee to click on a link in an email or open a document for the malware to begin and spread on their computer.
While you may need to tailor your organization’s COVID-19 return to work plan to employees’ specific needs having a generalized plan in place can help you safely reopen your business.
Families should take some time to discuss their transportation plans before the upcoming school year. Here are some tips from the American School Bus Council that families can take for a safe bus ride.