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Jul

Commercial P&C Price Increases Moderated in Q1 2022

Commercial insurance premiums rose for the 18th straight quarter to start the year. However, the increases moderated compared to the final few months of 2021, according to The Council of Insurance Agents & Brokers’ (CIAB) Commercial Property/Casualty Market Index. “Consensus among respondents in Q1 2022 was that, while premium prices increased, there were signs that market conditions eased somewhat,” CIAB

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15
Jul

5 Tips for Managing Employees During the Great Reshuffle

The Great Reshuffle—a mass movement of workers leaving jobs with which they are not satisfied—shows no signs of slowing down. As Generation Z and Millennials begin to make up more of the workforce, it has become clear that values and priorities have shifted from those of previous generations. Furthermore, unemployment rates are down, and the employment market is currently very

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21
Jun

Managing Road Rage

Road rage—aggressive or angry behavior exhibited by motorists—is prevalent on U.S. roadways. In fact, nearly 80% of drivers expressed significant anger, aggression or road rage behind the wheel at least once in the previous 30 days, according to the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety. Because of the pervasiveness of such behavior, any business that utilizes employees to operate company-owned vehicles

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16
Jun

Tips for Collaborating Over Different Time Zones

With more employees working remotely following the pandemic, teams are more dispersed than ever. All workplace models come with their own set of advantages and challenges. One such hurdle for remote work revolves around time zones. Most remote teams span multiple time zones. According to Buffer, nearly 60% of remote workers said their company operates in two to five time

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23
May

Auto Insurance in Michigan: What You Need to Know in 2022

Under Michigan’s new auto insurance law, drivers can choose from six different Personal Injury Protection (PIP) medical coverage levels when they buy or renew their auto insurance. PIP covers medical bills and other expenses if you are injured in an auto accident. For people who have Qualified Health Coverage (QHC), two options allow you to remove PIP medical coverage for

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