It’s no secret that the quality of employees you hire can make or break your organization, and it’s important to understand best recruitment practices.
Show Your Love with Jewelry, but Learn How to Protect Your Valuables
On Valentine’s Day, nothing says love like jewelry. Fine gems are no small investment and you need to understand how to protect your valuables.
Best Hiring Practices for the New Year
Hiring can be a complicated and time-consuming activity, but there are ways to both increase the efficiency of the process and the odds of finding the right candidate.
Cyber Insurance is Necessary for Businesses of Any Size
It’s National Cyber Security Awareness Month. Businesses are under ever-evolving threats of cyberattacks and data breaches. There are a lot of these incidents reported in the news, from large retail stores (Target), restaurants (Panera), credit reporting agencies (Equifax) or popular social networks (Facebook). Many incidents affecting businesses and individuals are not even reported. How do businesses large, medium and small … Read More
Getting your employees financially fit – it matters!
We take the time to set resolutions for our health and well-being – eating better, working out, quitting smoking – but what about being financially fit? Believe it or not, your employees’ financial well-being affects your company’s output. Seriously! Nearly half of American full-time workers say they worry about personal finances during work hours. And 29 percent say they deal with personal … Read More
6 Simple tips to improving your company’s customer experience
People buy from people they know, like and trust. People are loyal to brands who consistently deliver on promises made and who treat them with respect. It all comes down to the customer experience and customer service. A strong company will already have great customer relationships. But a smart company will always be asking “How is my customer’s experience with … Read More
Thanksgiving safety tips – from traveling to deep frying the turkey
Millions of people travel from near and far to spend Thanksgiving with loved ones – it’s one of the busiest travel times of the year. The holiday is also a time when people spend a lot of time in the kitchen whipping up their Thanksgiving dinner and all the trimmings – resulting in a spike of house fires claims. Whether … Read More
What Employees Want from Employers?
Today’s workforce is far less likely to remain at the same company from college until retirement. The average commitment period for younger millennials sits around two to three years. Turnover comes with a hefty price tag for employers. According the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, it can cost an organization 33% of an employee’s salary. So, what does the new … Read More
Trick or Treating and Keeping it Safe this Halloween!
It’s the time of year for costumes, sweets, and tricks and treats. While Halloween offers plenty of make-believe fun, it can also bring real safety risks for children, adults, and pets. With their minds focused on getting tasty treats, kids are twice as likely to be hit by a car while darting across dark streets on Halloween than any other … Read More
Simple Cyber Security Risks You May Overlook!
As large-scale cybersecurity attacks continue to wreak havoc, attackers are broadening their approach in order to strengthen their impact. In addition to the growth of the sheer number of attacks, they are also becoming more destructive and being utilized by other entities, such as nation-states. Aside from putting robust anti-virus and malware software on your computers, you may want to … Read More