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5 Steps to Take After an Accident

An automobile accident is a scary and stressful situation regardless if it’s your fault or not.  I talk to a lot of people after they’ve been in an accident and they are so shaken up that they have difficulty giving…

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Why I Volunteer

Volunteering for a cause or organization that you believe in can be one of the most rewarding and fun things in life.  My first volunteer “opportunity” came when an organization approached my boss looking for help.  It wasn’t going to…

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Five Ways to Protect Your Identity Online

Have you thought about what will happen if the United States Postal Service continues to reduce their services? How will you be impacted if they cut out Saturday delivery? Does your life get put on hold because they decrease service?…

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4 Ways to Approach a Loss Control Program

For any business, an effective Loss Control program is a must.  It helps you minimize losses or puts you on a path that greatly reduces the chance of one happening.  Some may feel the effort put toward safety management or, in…

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Five Questions that Could Save Lives in a Fire

This has been a strange year for weather, with some catastrophic losses occurring in the most unlikely of places.   From earthquakes in Virginia to massive flooding in Pennsylvania, one has to wonder if we are truly safe from Mother Nature sometimes!

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Keep Med Pay Coverage and Keep the Peace

Have you ever had a friend at your house and they tripped on a step and got hurt?  Maybe you are a business owner and you’ve had a customer that slipped and fell on your property.   Accidents happen, often by no fault of yours.  That’s…

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Three Ways to Shuttle the Kids with Confidence!

For parents, the end of summer can be bittersweet.  While many of us are glad school is back in session, the countless extra-curricular activities that go hand-in-hand with the start of another school year are in full gear too. From…

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10 Keyboard Shortcuts You Should Be Using

Douglas Engelbart introduced a prototype of the first computer mouse in 1964 – it was made of a wooden shell and had 2 metal wheels.  Billions and billions of clicks later, we now have a version of the mouse on…

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Train to Save Time and Money

You probably agree with the statement “Time is money.”  Yet many times when it comes to our people we waste time AND money by shortchanging their training.   A manager once said to me “We don’t have time to train!”   I…

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“Back” to Basics

Have you ever had an employee unable to work due to a back injury?   If you have, you are not alone, as many employers deal with this serious workplace issue.   By following a few simple tips, you can help reduce back…

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