Who says that office rivalries are a bad thing? According to a recent article entitled “Up for the Challenge: Companies Get Competitive With Wellness Program Challenges” in the Atlanta Business Chronicle, companies with wellness program challenges actually save money and retain more employees in the long run. To find out why, we decided to dig a little deeper into the article.
With the summer holiday drawing to a close, back to school is right around the corner. For many, that means heading off to college for another semester. Though you may not think about it, college students are armed with an expensive arsenal of possessions. Make sure your student’s belongings are protected by covering them with renters insurance.
We are in the midst of wedding and summer event season, but have you ever thought of the risk that comes along with these gatherings? From weddings and anniversary parties, to sweet sixteen birthdays and galas, people spend thousands of dollars on planning the perfect event. The financial risk you run by planning an event can be protected by special event insurance.
‘Tis the season…for summer thunderstorms. And not just for regular thunderstorms, but also for those that revolve around the eyes of hurricanes and tropical storms, supercharged by the warm waters of the Gulf and the Atlantic and stretching out to cover huge swaths of sky. Even if your home is hundreds of miles inland, it can still be damaged by these tropical systems, which can hurl copious amounts of rain, hail, lightning and wind around even after they cross over the coastline.
Auto insurance seems like a no brainer. You get it because it’s required. You buy the cheapest option possible and avoid thinking too much about the little confusing details of your contract.
Pools are the perfect addition to any home for summer fun, but have the potential to put you in the financial deep end. Since pools increase your chances of being sued or responsible for someone else’s medical expenses, adding a pool to your backyard automatically increases your liability in the eyes of your insurance provider. Because of this fact, it is important to revisit your homeowner’s insurance policy to see if additional coverage is needed.