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How to Flood Proof Your Phone System

Recently, Houston has been experiencing a tremendous amount of flooding. River levels are steadily rising. What was once your neighborhood pond is now your neighborhood lake.

Reducing Risks for Mobile or Remote Workers

More and more companies are choosing to allow their workers to work remotely on either a full-time or part-time basis. While this can be...

General Liability Insurance for Business: What It Does and Doesn’t Cover

As a small business owner, you may have been tempted to throw your hands up in frustration at the intricacies of insurance. It sometimes...

Key Ways to Avoid a Premises Liability Suit

You probably already know that if a person slips and falls at your business, you’re a prime target for a lawsuit. At the very...

Emergency Plans Are Critical

“The prizes go to those who meet emergencies successfully. And the way to meet emergencies is to do each daily task the best we...

What to Do When the Unanticipated Worst Happens at Your Business

As a business owner, you may think you are prepared for anything that comes your way. However, sometimes events can transpire that can leave you caught off guard, even with most careful preparations. Here are six scenarios you need to consider when planning for the worst.

A Brief Guide on Workers’ Compensation

From incidents such as a fractured bone or arthritis to the most unfortunate cases, up to and including death, both employees and employers should...

5 Effective Ways to Protect Your Small Business from Frauds

Nearly half of all small businesses experience fraud at some point in their business lifecycle. According to the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners, the...

Asset Protection Tips for Your Small Business

No matter your industry or how small your operation, it's vitally important to take the proper steps to protect your business from litigation. Why You...

Disaster Recovery and Other Happy Subjects

Have you been open in sharing your knowledge and talent with a backup, or even a potential successor? It is prudent and certainly a sign that you take this responsibility personally as a leader among your peers and subordinates.

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