Potential Work Comp Liabilities When Employees Work from Home

Category: Workers' Comp

March 31, 2020

In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, businesses find it necessary for employees to work remotely to ensure business continuity and to limit employee exposure to the virus.

Four Ways to Safeguard Solar Panels from Environmental Damage

Category: Energy

March 27, 2020

As one of the best renewable sources available, solar energy is recognized for its clean power and affordability. And like most equipment, solar panels and systems need regular maintenance to prevent damage and keep them running as efficiently as possible.

California’s AB5 Law: What Your Business Clients Need to Know About the Landmark Bill in 2020

Category: Workers' Comp

March 10, 2020

Assembly Bill 5 has made it costly and difficult for businesses to claim that their workers are independent contractors and not employees who are entitled to benefits such as minimum-wage rates, paid leave, overtime pay, workers’ compensation and health insurance.  

Food Allergen Contamination Losses: Is Your Client’s Business at Risk?

Category: Product Recalls

March 10, 2020

Trends in food allergen risks are a serious issue affecting the food processing industry, resulting in a number of costly liability claims.



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