If you are running a small business, you may be considering offering health insurance as a benefit for your employees. Offering group health insurance can be a great way to encourage higher employee retention and greater job satisfaction.x However, small…
Offering an affordable group health plan is an excellent way to attract and retain great employees. If you have a small business with between 2 and 50 full-time employees, you qualify to begin building a custom health plan.
Many business owners don’t realize that offering benefits to employees is optional. In fact, there are many additional benefits that can be offered to those who work for you business.
General liability insurance is often the first policy food and beverage business owners purchase for their business. The benefit is that it protects against lawsuits, accidents, and oversights that might otherwise financially damage your business.
Most Small businesses don’t have the funds to withstand an attack like this, so it is worth mitigating the risk with cyber liability insurance.
Running a restaurant is a stressful business at the best of times. Facing risks to the business adds another layer of concern that most restaurant owners don't need.
Getting the best business insurance policy for your business isn’t just about finding the cheapest option. It’s essential to know what’s covered by your business insurance so you can fill in any gaps.
If you are considering hiring new workers in 2020, be sure you comply with the new standards laid out as part of AB5, and hire accordingly.