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Three Advantages of Offering Group Health Benefits To Employees

A company's success and growth is not just about having a quality service or product, but also having great team of employees in place to make it all run well. Employers are often searching for new ways to recruit the best employees possible and retain existing staff members to make that happen. One of the best ways to accomplish these goals is through offering Group Health Benefits to employees. In today's Aegis blog post, we look at three key advantages for businesses in offering group health benefits to their employees.

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Written by Adam Miller
Is Your Business Properly Covered For Utility Outages?

When severe weather, natural disasters, or an accident occurs, the end result can be a loss of utilities that impacts many business in the area. While your business might be protected through Commercial Insurance from some kinds of property damage or losses, you might not have the coverage you need if you lose utility services for a period of time, or if the utility outage causes damage to your business property.

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Written by Adam Miller
Is Your Business At Greater Risk In The Summer?

Although summer may mean a boost in sales or customer activity, it could also mean an increase in worker injuries, lost or damaged merchandise, or structural issues to your business. For a large number of businesses, summer can be the riskiest time of the year. Today's Aegis blog post looks at the ways businesses may be at a greater risk during the summer months, ways to minimize risks, and what kinds of Commercial Insurance may be needed.

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Written by Adam Miller
Are Mobile Devices Making Your Business Less Secure?

Our ever-changing world of technology has led to countless innovations and improvements in the business world, and has even created new kinds of industries. Although the Internet and mobile devices have forever changed how we shop, work, and communicate, they don't automatically make our businesses safer or more secure. In today's Aegis blog, we look at how mobile devices might be making our businesses and networks less secure, and how certain kinds of Commercial Insurance can help make our businesses more stable and secure.

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Written by Adam Miller
How To Insure Collectibles and High Value Property

It's common to collect things over time, whether they're sentimental, part of a hobby, or have a high resale value. If your collection is valuable because of its size, uniqueness, or resale value on the open market, it's important to have your collectibles properly insured in the event of a disaster such as theft or damages. In today's Aegis blog post, we'll look at some of the collections people might have, common assumptions people make about insuring their collectibles, and what kinds of insurance can best protect them.

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Written by Adam Miller
How Vulnerable Is Your Business?

Business owners often have very specific goals for their company, and will often focus on making sure their business is known as successful, profitable, innovative, popular, or growing. Unfortunately, one word that describes many small and medium businesses is vulnerable; meaning their merchandise can be easily harmed or damaged, or there are other factors that make them less stable. Too often business owners have no clue that their business is vulnerable, or the extent of these vulnerabilities.

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Written by Adam Miller
How To Keep Your Vehicles Safer This Summer

We rely on our cars, trucks, and SUVs to get us where we need to go, but we don't always protect our vehicles as much as we should. As a result, we might come outside to find our cars and trucks damaged or vandalized, or find valuables missing. In today's Aegis blog post, we look at three ways to help keep your personal vehicles and commercial vehicles safer this summer to prevent damages or losses.

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Written by Adam Miller
Could Your Business Survive A Temporary Closure?

Businesses owners know that it's never good to have an unexpected closure, whether it's due to inclement weather, utility disruptions, or damages to the building and interior property. While some businesses can easily transition to an off-site or alternate location, not all have that ability or luxury. As a result, a closure of any kind could be catastrophic to a business and their bottom line.

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Written by Adam Miller
Why You Should Not Put Off Getting Flood Insurance

In recent years the U.S. has seen a steady increase in catastrophic weather events, from hurricanes, torrential rainstorms, wildfires, earthquakes, tornadoes, and mudslides. In Texas, the most devastating cause of property losses have been due to flooding, either from sudden thunderstorms or hurricanes dumping several feet of rain in the region. Residents and business owners along the Gulf Coast have experienced several record-breaking floods, but many still take the gamble of not having Flood Insurance.

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Written by Adam Miller
How Restaurants Can Reduce Liability Risks From Food Allergy Issues

A growing number of Americans now experience some form of food allergies or food sensitivities, making it a greater challenge for restaurant owners to safely serve customers without causing allergic reactions or illnesses. Although many with these allergies and sensitivities will be very upfront with servers and management when ordering, restaurants might still serve them a meal that triggers a reaction.

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