3 Tactics for Purchasing Insurance for your Professional Cleaning Service Business

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While cleaning a double oven, you spill the chemical onto the wood kitchen floor, causing serious damage to the finish. The weather is beautiful and the air is still, until the ladder you’re moving accidentally shatters the homeowner’s second-story window that you were about to clean. A few small drips from the toilet brush holder… Read more »

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Why Your Small Business Needs Employment Practices Liability Insurance

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As a small business owner with a growing company, you’ve been careful to hire the “right” people for your team. You’ve put systems and procedures in place to ensure employee workflows are secure, compliant, efficient, and always serving your customers’ best interests. One of the growing pains of business expansion, on any level, is an… Read more »

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Micro And Craft Breweries – Best Practice Checklists For Safety

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Micro and Craft Breweries Safety

Once a limited niche consumer’s market, the micro and craft brewing industry has seen phenomenal expansion in recent years throughout the United States. Acadia Insurance has recognized this newest American growth wave, and has been a leading insurer partnering with a wide range of small- to mid-sized brewers in the Northeastern United States for the… Read more »

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Tips to Help Reduce the Risk of Workplace Violence

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Tips to Help Reduce the Risk of Workplace Violence

Across the U.S., workplace violence poses an ongoing threat to businesses, both large and small. According to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), two million American workers report having been victims of workplace violence each year, and many more cases go unreported. OSHA also reports that 18 percent of all crimes in the U.S…. Read more »

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Best Practices to Help Prevent Workplace Harassment

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Preventing Workplace Harassment

Recent news covering high-profile cases of sexual misconduct in the workplace has small business owners thinking about their own employment practices. There’s a wider consciousness now that workplace harassment, which includes sexual misconduct, bullying, harassment based on age, race and other protected classes of employees, can happen anywhere and impact anyone.  More importantly, it means… Read more »

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4 Reasons Today’s Retailers Purchase Ecommerce Insurance

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Ecommerce Insurance Reasons

Thanks to the internet, retailers have more opportunities to reach customers than ever before. Ecommerce enables you to serve people around the world while making it easier for local customers to browse products, place orders, make payments and receive goods—all without setting foot in your store. Your customers’ online shopping preferences may be inspiring you… Read more »

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Your Guide to Free Safety & Health Workplace Consultation Services

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Your Guide to Free Safety & Health Workplace Consultation Services

From coast to coast, every business in between can access a myriad of safety and health resources. Of course, private safety consultations cost money, and the price can be intimidating—even for something as important as preventing injuries. But there are free resources available, and most are not frequently utilized. One great example is a program… Read more »

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