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By Kim Robson, 03/16/2017
It comes as no surprise that there is fraud during tax season. This year, the IRS is warning businesses of a recurring e-mail phishing scheme directly targeting businesses. IRS Commissioner John Koskinen said this is one of the most dangerous email phishing scams they’ve seen in a long time and it can...
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By Ivy Crum, 03/09/2017
Unlike vehicles today which depreciate with every mile added, classic cars gain value over the years. Regular car insurance is not sufficient to protect these precious collectibles from damage or loss which is why they require special insurance. As a classic car’s value appreciates, the insurance will need...
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By Megan DiMartino, 02/09/2017
The number of employers looking to offer paid parental leave is on the rise. A solid company policy is needed and Jeff Nowak fromFMLA Insightshas some of the best practices you can consider when drafting your policy.
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By Kim Robson, 02/08/2017
According to Experian, healthcare organizations will be the most targeted sector with new, sophisticated attacks emerging. The top causes of security breaches of healthcare data can all be prevented with the right measures.
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By Kim Robson, 02/07/2017
A new report from ProPublica and The Washington Post has identified 35 incidents of employees posting photos of nursing home residents on social media since 2012. Some of these photos show residents being abused or in compromising situations. While these are 35 cases we know about because they’ve made the...
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01/27/2017
With winter weather affecting us all in our attempts to remain comfortable, it's also the time of year which presents the greatest risk for an invisible threat. Carbon monoxide is an odorless, colorless, invisible gas that results when certain fuels do not burn completely. And it can be deadly. That's why...
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01/26/2017
Who says work can’t be fun? National Fun at Work Day on January 28 is an unofficial American holiday, but we’re proposing it be celebrated nationwide!
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By Ivy Crum, 01/18/2017
Black ice is a very thin coat of ice, which is transparent and glazes on a surface and makes it slick. It is more likely to form in the early morning and evening hours on shaded areas of the road, overpasses, and bridges. Understanding what black ice is and how to identify it is the first step to driving safely...
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01/17/2017
The holidaysare over and Valentine's Day is approaching, and while it may be cold outside, love is still in the air. Well, love and a few other things perhaps, such as new jewelry.
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By Megan DiMartino, 01/16/2017
When life brings you theunexpected, it may be necessary to take leave from work. This can occur in several ways. Here's a look at what reduced schedule and intermittent FMLA leave entails.
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