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A Guide to Long-Term Disability Insurance

May 21, 2020

As a business owner, you must protect your employees in the event that they suffer an injury. Read this guide on long-term disability insurance. Recent studies estimate that 61 million Americans live with disabilities.  In many cases, these conditions will have arisen due to a workplace accident. If you are an employer and an injury

7 Best Dental Care Practices to Keep Your Teeth Strong and Healthy

May 13, 2020

All over the country, Coronavirus is closing dentist offices as everyone does their part to flatten the curve. Shortages in PPE and the inherent risks of oral exams led many dentists to close their practices. So, how can you make sure your dental health doesn’t suffer while social distancing?  Good dental hygiene is tied to a lot

Seeing Your Employees Needs: Do I Need to Offer Vision Insurance?

April 1, 2020

Though most businesses are looking for ways to cut costs, the long-term benefits of employee well-being can outweigh any short-term company costs. This is worth considering when you’re trying to decide, “Do I need to offer vision insurance?” Making a decision about vision insurance requires more than a spreadsheet. Here are some things to keep

The Top Healthy Living Tips to Add to Your Daily Routine

January 19, 2020
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By: Theresa Semple It’s easy to become lost in the stress and business of our everyday lives. It’s difficult to pull ourselves out of it once we’ve been consumed for so long. Although you may be telling yourself that you have no time to slow down and you must continue doing all of these things

The Prescription Drug Cost Crisis: Why Millions of Americans Are Struggling

December 17, 2019

The Prescription Drug Cost Crisis in America In 2019 alone, prescription drug cost increased an average of 10.5%. That’s five times the rate of inflation. Four out of five Americans agree that prescription drug prices are exorbitant and unreasonable, according to a study by the Kaiser Family Foundation.  It’s obvious the U.S. drug pricing system is broken when

Changing Lives: How to Fight Diabetes and Get Off Your Medication

December 4, 2019

About 30 million Americans have type-2 diabetes, with that number growing every year. The disease is a public health crisis with costs reaching over $327 billion per year! Diabetes once affected mostly older adults living in wealthy countries. Due to the unhealthy Westernized diet, the disease now hits people in all populations and ages.  Are you on medication for

Wellbeing at Work: 5 Tips to Improve Employee Mental Health

November 15, 2019

An estimated one in five people will struggle with a mental health issue in their lifetime. Odds are, someone in your office is struggling. While you can’t fight their battles for them, you can do your part to make their lives a little easier by focusing on wellbeing at work. It takes surprisingly little effort on your

7 Essential Tips for Creating a Worthwhile Employee Benefits Package

October 14, 2019

Companies that offer competitive benefits see stronger performance, recruitment, and retention. You owe it to your employees to give them the best benefits possible. So what does that look like and how can you create a package that works for your business and its employees? Keep reading to learn how you can create an employee benefits

Short Term vs Long Term Disability: Which Should Small Business Owners Get?

October 8, 2019

Health insurance is an important benefit for your employees, but it doesn’t cover situations where someone is out of work due to a disability. Lack of coverage has serious consequences, with 15% of consumer bankruptcies * due to illness or injury. If you want to provide disability insurance, you should look at short term vs. long term

NJ Wage Theft Law

August 27, 2019
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Earlier this month, NJ enacted a new “wage theft” law that effective immediately, expands the fines, penalties, and damages for violations of the state’s wage payment law.  Wage theft happens when an employer does not pay workers what they are owed. Theft can take a variety of forms: refusing to pay workers at all or