Packing an Emergency Bag

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Don’t let an evacuation order catch you by surprise An emergency has hit and you have to evacuate your home. Do you know what to take? And can you get it all ready in time? You might think this will never happen to you. But evacuations are more common than many people realize. Fires and… [Read More]

Grant Program Helps Families in Need

Ted Taylor, Family Promise of Greater Phoenix

Dave Binsfeld helps Family Promise of Greater Phoenix win $10,000 Donation   The coronavirus pandemic has created economic turmoil for organizations throughout the country, with many nonprofits experiencing a double blow. “Not only do nonprofits suffer in downturns, due to decreased fundraising, but many are also called on to do more for the communities they… [Read More]

Coronavirus and Workplace Litigation


Common Employment Practices Claims Arising Out of COVID-19 As COVID-19 continues to spread throughout the United States, there has been a massive upheaval of the American workplace. Employers have found themselves drafting and implementing policies and procedures addressing a wide array of issues including remote work, layoffs, furloughs, pay cuts, workplace conditions and many more…. [Read More]

Post-Coronavirus Workplace Design

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The COVID-19 pandemic has changed many aspects of the current workplace, and soon, employers should begin planning for what their post-coronavirus office will look like. Most workplaces have been designed to improve productivity, not prevent illness. But new concepts such as social distancing are causing employers to rethink how employees can do their jobs. By updating office… [Read More]

Cyber Risks of Working from Home

cyber security when working from home

Cyber safety strategies for remote workers.   Telecommuting is nothing new, but the coronavirus sent millions of people home to work. And though most workplaces have reopened, many employees discovered they like the convenience and flexibility that working from home offers and will continue to telecommute, either on a full or part-time basis. There are many… [Read More]

Working from Home?

home office

Here’s how to get the job done. The coronavirus has forced millions of people to suddenly work from home. If you’re not used to telecommuting, staying focused on your job can be a real challenge. If you’re working from home, on a regular basis or just temporarily, here are some tips to help you maximize your productivity…. [Read More]

Avoiding Coronavirus at Work

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Protect your employees – and yourself As concerns about the COVID-19 continue to rise, many employers are beginning to consider steps they can take to protect their workforce. This article will examine what coronavirus is, how it spreads, and what you, as an employer, can do to keep employees–and yourself– from becoming ill.   What Is Coronavirus?… [Read More]

Entertaining at Home

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Make sure your next party doesn’t serve up a lawsuit   Whether it’s a work-related party, a family wedding, or a milestone celebration for your child, hosting a party in the comfort of your own home can add a special touch to the festivities. But what happens if something goes wrong? Consider the following scenarios: You’re… [Read More]

Time to Take Their Keys?

giving up the car keys

How to talk to your parents about driving   For the third time in less than a year, you’ve noticed a new dent on your mother’s car. She says it’s no big deal, there was a short pole at the gas station that she didn’t see. No harm done. You know it is a big… [Read More]

Commercial Auto Insurance


Limit risk and protect your business Do you–or your employees–use a vehicle for business purposes? If so, you should talk to your agent about commercial auto insurance. Whether transporting materials and tools to worksites, hauling goods for deliveries, or driving to meet clients – companies of all sizes rely on safe and functioning vehicles to serve customers… [Read More]