CSIS Insurance Services, Inc. Blog
It’s been months of being quarantined that caused adjustments in our regular cycle. Some had a hard time while others adapted swiftly. Economically, companies shifted from office workplaces to online. But now that some industries are planning to slowly re-open, you might as well consider these things to help you make your employees return for work.
Social media is a vast tool that allows people to share content with each other. It is widely used in most virtual communities to exchange information and ideas as well. While some appear to use this out of convenience and entertainment, business companies see this as a great opportunity to introduce their products and services.
Increase your earnings by establishing customer interfaces with these tips on using social media as a platform for expanding your business.
As standard protocol, workers' compensation insurance covers you in case you get injured at work. This insurance policy prevents you from receiving compensation because of not being able to work due to health problems.
However, what if the culprit is COVID-19? Are you still covered? It depends on the situation.
If you choose to work as an independent contractor for any company, you have to know your rights when it comes to getting ensured. It will help you protect yourself from any financial repercussions as well as physical damage or litigation that you might incur because of any accidents that might have been in the workplace.
Here are five essential points that you need to know about independent contractor insurance and your legal rights when it comes to worker protection.
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