CSIS Insurance Services, Inc. Blog
Outside of your pay, what makes you stay at work? Why would you choose to stay where you are against going somewhere else? What makes you say that you are happy where you are? If you are not satisfied or content with work, what are you looking for? As workers, we can do the best we can if we are placed in a suitable environment. We become loyal when we are taken care of. So the question is, what makes us content with where we are working?
Employees are a company's costliest expenditure. Salaries and benefits cost more than any other section of a business. This is why high attrition rates are a death knell for a company. Consider this, a new hire would have to be trained at least 6 months to be able to replace an experienced employee.
When you think of workplace safety, you usually associate it to the industrial or construction industries. However, accidents can happen in any workplace. This is true even in an office environment. Although we cannot completely eliminate accidents, we can greatly minimize the chances of it happening. Workplace safety is very important. Here are some tips to help keep it as accident free as possible.
If you are one of the many people chained to a desk everyday, it is difficult to stay fit. The hours of limited movement and sitting can do that to you. On a personal note, from the time I started an office job some 15 years ago, I almost doubled my weight. This led me to look for a new routine to not only lose weight, but also stay fit, even if you work a desk job. Here are 4 easy ways to help you keep the pounds off while at work.
A fireplace cannot heat the entire house, but it gives a certain warmth and homey appeal to any room. A fireplace is traditionally a symbol of a gathering place for the family.
Working as a contractor involves many risks. It is a physically demanding job. Everyday you work with potentially dangerous equipment. There are certain factors and variables that you can not completely control, and that is all part of the job. Because of this, it is always a good idea to get extra protection by getting a construction liability insurance policy.
It is required in almost every state of the United States for companies to provide a form of workers’ compensation insurance to their employees. It provides compensation for injuries dealt to your employees when they are performing tasks for the company. It’s important for companies to have knowledge about what’s covered to make full use of the policy. Below are the coverages provided by a workers’ compensation insurance.
Businesses working in the contracting sector face higher risk because they have to work with the client's property. For instance, if your contracting business is working in the construction field, you are responsible for the materials owned by the client. A general liability insurance will come to the rescue if you are facing lawsuits from dissatisfied clients. So, what do contractors need to know about this policy? Here are some things you should learn about general liability insurance
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