Don’t wait for hot weather to service AC

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The heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) system that brought your business through one of the harshest winters on record also will be required to operate reliably during the upcoming summer cooling season. Consider calling your service firm to arrange service and inspection of your HVAC equipment before the summer heat arrives. In my days as a boiler inspector, owners of older boilers would frequently ask: “So, how much longer do you think [the boiler] has to live?” To which I would respond: “I cannot tell you what day it[.....]


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Choosing an insurance company

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While all companies should treat their customers fairly, honestly and ethically, it is especially important for an insurance company. You receive a promise for all your premium dollars, and you want to be sure the company you choose will fulfill that promise when the time comes. How do you know if your insurance company has integrity and follows ethical principles?


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Ride-sharing: Question coverage before jumping in

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Ride-share alternatives to taxi services are becoming more popular as they expand to more cities. But because they’re so new, both riders and drivers should exercise caution. Ride-share programs on the surface sound like a win-win situation: if you need a ride, you can download an app to your mobile device to find and arrange transportation in a driver’s personal vehicle.


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Your business: Managing the risk of employee claims

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Managing people in the workplace can be risky business. Even in the best employment environments, there are opportunities for an employee to become disgruntled. Seemingly insignificant mistakes made by a manager can lead to a charge or lawsuit resulting in financial losses for your company. You can mitigate the risk to your business by purchasing employment practices liability insurance (EPLI).


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