Encourage your employees to talk to their broker for guidance and to find out how to get the most out of their dental and medical insurance policies.
Heart disease is a pervasive problem in the United States. Emphasize the importance of heart health with these program suggestions.
Of all businesses that close down following a disaster, more than 25 percent never open their doors again. While there’s no way to lower the risk of a natural disaster from hurricanes, there are critical measures that can be taken to protect your company’s bottom line from nature’s fury. A disaster plan and adequate insurance are keys to recovery.
Most homeowners dread the thought of having to deal with a mold problem, but by practicing some simple prevention tips, you can greatly reduce your mold risks. While it is impossible to eliminate all molds and spores from the air, it is possible to control indoor moisture, and therefore curb mold growth in your home.
76% of workers say their employers have a responsibility for their health and well-being. With this in mind, let’s explore the top five wellness trends to monitor in 2020.
In light of the ongoing spread of the novel coronavirus that is now called “COVID-19,” many employers are wondering what steps they can/should take to keep their workforce safe. While encouraging employees to work from home if feeling sick, and sending employees who are exhibiting flu symptoms home are always permissible steps, employers should be careful before taking certain measures, such as asking employees to take their temperatures, or asking employees who do not appear to be sick about flu symptoms.