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How to Hire Part Time Seasonal Workers

Business Insurance update  This is the time of year when your business will be hiring part time workers to help you manage the holiday season. For the most part, you will not need to modify your business insurance, but if you add new classifications or payroll, it may affect your workers’ compensation insurance.  Now might be a good time to have us complete a review...

Holiday Party Safety

December is filled with many wonderful office events including the company Holiday party. However, without the appropriate precautionary measures, legal consequences can quickly dampen the festive nature of these company-sponsored events. With the growth of social media, that last thing you want is a picture of yourself dancing on the table posted on YouTube, Facebook, and LinkedIn. Also, almost 40 percent of all holiday traffic fatalities...

Workers’ Compensation Risks For Growing Companies

  In today’s ever-changing business world, every business needs quality employees to help the business meet client demand, grow revenue, and manage risk. Today’s growing businesses need to understand the importance of an effective business insurance program. Workers’ Compensation insurance is a central part of that program. There are at least five kinds of employees that define today’s workers. Temporary workers--Businesses are using temporary workers...

Restaurant Insurance Cost Savings Strategies

If you are in search of Commercial Insurance for your restaurant, you may find it difficult to find competitive rates and coverage. Not so, if you are a client of Partners Insurance Services. We shop your restaurant insurance regularly, which enables us to provide the best possible combination of coverage, price and service.  We offer competitive premiums, and quality coverage. The best strategy in lowering...

Why Your Business Needs Insurance

Business Insurance Update Your business not only creates income for you, it may provide employment for other people.  Small and medium businesses are subject to the same risks as major corporations. You buy business insurance to help protect your business for claims and litigation that may come from a variety of sources. Remember, your business insurance can be designed to protect you from unforeseen accidents...