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What Should Companies Do After a Data Breach?

In this day and age, all businesses should take precautions to prevent a data breach – small companies are known to be particularly vulnerable. You likely have security standards in place to safely process credit card information and review social engineering tactics with employees, yet hacks can and do happen. When you’re on the hook…

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How to Train Your Employees on Workplace Safety

The number of companies that put in the effort to train their workforce – for instance, on skills that meet the latest technological advances – is unfortunately very low. These days, employees are often expected to do the work on their own, whether that means taking a course outside of work hours, using open-source classes,…

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Exposure Risks When Employing Contract Workers

As a business, you contend with the ebb and flow of the marketplace: stronger seasons, better economies and more demand for your product at different times of year. To meet this temporary growth, you may consider employing contract workers. Plenty of industries and occupations utilize contract workers, from unskilled labor in a warehouse around the…

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How Businesses Can Handle Higher Employee Health Insurance Costs

Businesses find their health insurance costs increase faster than the rate of inflation per year and, in response, have to think about how they’ll absorb the expense. An issue before the Affordable Care Act (ACA) went into effect, some contemplate dropping coverage entirely or only making it available to select employees. Yet, with unemployment reaching record…

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