Mary LP

By Mary LaPorte, AINS, CPCU, CIC, LIC, CPIA Agent’s questions about Errors and Omissions, and how E&O losses can be prevented. Q: Due to COVID-19, many of our account managers are still working from home.  I am a personal lines manager, and responsible for a team of seven account managers.  Although we have always tried…

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Biden up 7.4% – a Lead More than 5 Points Higher than Hillary Clinton’s Lead in 2016. Can Democrats Take the Majority in the U.S. Senate? 3 Hours Unpaid Leave Available to Employees in Wisconsin on Election Day. U.S. Supreme Court Rules: Wisconsin Ballots Must Be Received on or Before Election Day. Republicans Expected to…

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Cyber Security Concept

KEEPING YOUR HOME NETWORK SECURE WHILE WORKING REMOTELY Hackers throughout the globe are attempting to take advantage of people working from home during this time. The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency recently issued an alert that offers guidance on defending against COVID-19 cyber scams. Use the tips below to keep your home network secure while…

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Payroll

In response to Congress’ inaction on further economic stimulus to combat the COVID-19 recession, President Trump issued some bold executive orders on August 8th.  One of those orders allowed enhanced unemployment benefits for unemployed Americans to resume, albeit at a lower amount than originally provided by the CARES Act. Trump also issued an order creating…

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First, notify other employees of potential exposure, if any, in the workplace. You should tell them that someone was diagnosed with the illness, but you should not identify which employee is sick, even if employees ask so they can gauge their own risk. Medical information, such as a diagnosis, must be kept confidential. It’s okay…

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