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Three Upgrades That Can Make Your Business Safer

Upgrades can be fun or rewarding opportunities, such as being bumped up on your flight from economy to first class, or being offered a luxury suite instead of a standard hotel room. However, there are sometimes when upgrades are a necessity in order to improve your company's daily operations and safety, or to boost certain areas of your business that need improvement. In today's Aegis blog post, we'll look at three upgrades that can help make your company safer and reduce liability exposure for your business.

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Written by Adam Miller
Is Your Restaurant Insurance Up To Date?

Texas is home to some of the nation's most dynamic restaurants, with dining options ranging from tiny mom and pop cafes to world-class gourmet cuisine. No matter the size, cuisine or price range, restaurants all need Commercial Restaurant Insurance in order to operate and protect their business. However, the Commercial Insurance purchased when the doors first open may not meet the unique needs of restaurant owners after the business has been established and flourishes over time.

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Written by Adam Miller

If you're a small business owner, you understand that some clients and customers require different care or services based on their current situation, unique needs, or future goals. For example, if you own a restaurant, you probably won't stay in business for very long if your only menu item is a cheeseburger, cooked the same way with the exact same condiments for all customers.

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Written by Adam Miller
Three Goals To Set For Your Business This Year

At the beginning of a new year, it's common for people to set resolutions or goals for themselves, such as losing weight, eating healthier, quitting smoking, learning a new language, or some other personal achievement. However, it's far less common for businesses to set specific goals each year, beyond the generic "sell more" or "make more money" kind of goals. The truth is that all companies can benefit greatly from having a few goals to work towards throughout the year, especially if they are S.M.A.R.T. goals (specific, measureable, achievable, realistic, and timely).

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Written by Adam Miller

Commercial drivers are in high demand as more businesses look to provide premium services to clients, including same-day delivery of products and merchandise. For example, more restaurants now offer delivery services for their customers, and a growing number of shoppers love the convenience of having their groceries delivered right to their front door.

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Written by Adam Miller

The American workforce continues to see an increase year after year in the number of employees who are near or past the typical retirement age. Contributing factors include improvements in healthcare, a growing need for experienced labor, and older Americans who must continue to work because of a lack of sufficient retirement savings. While older employees can be tremendous assets for companies, it's important for business owners to do their part to protect older workers, who are more likely to be injured on the jobsite.

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Written by Adam Miller
Three Ways To Reduce Slips and Falls On Company Property

Risk exists for companies of all sizes and across all industries, whether it's financial risk, property risks, or physical risks. The key for businesses is reducing those risks whenever possible to ensure a safe workplace for employees, customers, and visitors. One of the most common risks a company can face comes from slips and falls, which can lead to substantial liability issues for business owners. Today's Aegis blog post looks at three ways to reduce slips and falls on your company property.

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Written by Adam Miller
How Commercial Insurance Can Help Protect Against Employee Mistakes

In an ideal world, company employees always work hard, they always perform their job correctly and safely, and they never do anything that would harm the reputation or financial standing of the company. Unfortunately, we don't live in an ideal world, and sometimes our employees make mistakes, whether intentional or not, that can have a significant impact on our business. In today's blog post, we look at several ways that Commercial Insurance can help protect against employee mistakes that might harm a business.

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Written by Adam Miller
EPLI: What This Insurance Covers And Why Your Business Needs It

Nearly all business owners are familiar with Workers Compensation Insurance, and many of them have it to protect against lawsuits or expensive out of pocket costs if an employee is injured or killed in the workplace. Another type of important commercial insurance policy should consider having is Employment Practices Liability Insurance (EPLI) coverage. EPLI coverage protects companies if they are sued for violating an employee's rights or demonstrating unfair treatment towards employees.

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Written by Adam Miller
The Top Causes of Workplace Accidents and How To Avoid Them

Every year, thousands of American workers are injured on the job, whether in an office, a retail store, a restaurant, or some other type of commercial property. Although workplace accidents can range from the very minor to the severe and even deadly, nearly all are preventable in some way. A minimal amount of proactive effort now can help prevent a catastrophic workplace accident in the future, protecting both employees and the company.

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