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Training Employees: 3 Most Important Lessons

One of the most important aspects of enterprise risk management is employee training. When your employees do not understand their responsibilities, how best to complete them, and how their actions will impact the company at large, the chances of experiencing preventable disasters will be inherently higher. Employee training can have profoundly positive impacts that go far past the bounds of risk management, though, including improved... Read Article

3 Ways To Thwart Car Theft

The National Insurance Crime Bureau is out with its annual "Hot Spots Vehicle Theft Report," detailing the cities in the country that see the highest theft rates per year. For more than five years running, metro areas in California have occupied the majority of the top 10. The same theme held true this time around, with 8 of the 10 cities all based in the... Read Article

The Rise Of Millennials And How To Attract Them To Your Business

The youth of yesterday is the workforce of today: millennials. Ranging between 18 and 35 years of age, millennials represent the largest generation in the country, outnumbering even baby boomers by approximately 7.7 million, according to government estimates. In fact, in less than 10 years, millennials are expected to account for 75% of the world's workforce and already represent 1 in 3 employees in the... Read Article

National Dog Bite Prevention Week

  70 million nice dogs…but any dog can bite National Dog Bite Prevention Week® takes place during the third full week of May each year, and focuses on educating people about preventing dog bites. The dates in 2016 are May 15-21. With an estimated population of 70 million dogs living in U.S. households, millions of people – most of them children – are bitten by... Read Article

How Often Should You Check Your Credit Report?

If you've paid attention to the nation's real estate scene lately, you know that houses are selling like proverbial hotcakes. So much so that the number of listings in many communities has grown increasingly smaller, leaving prospective buyers with fewer choices. Soon-to-be homeowners aren't especially concerned about low inventory levels, though. The low they're worried about is their credit scores and whether they will prevent... Read Article