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Nothing in life is certain and without a crisis management plan in place, particular tragedies and crises can be debilitating for your business. “If you have a vision for your company, then part of the vision should withstand possible scenarios that you’re going to encounter,” says Joe Lewis, LIC, chief operating officer for Yard Solutions, […]
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When it comes to insurance, your experience modification (mod) is a factor you receive annually based on your historical claims for workers’ compensation and your payroll. Those two are compared with the national averages and you receive a number either below or above one. An experience mod below one means you’re doing better than the […]
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After experiencing a cyberattack, Massey Services, based in Orlando, Florida, implemented a number of practices to mitigate the risk of a similar event. Adam Scheinberg, VP of information technology at Massey, has broken these network security practices down all by the letter E. Edge Monitoring – The edge of your network is where your network […]
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