Should startup founders consider tax incentives and credits as part of financial savings? Here’s why this strategy might makes sense for your small or mid-market business and how to make it happen.
The pandemic and social movements have increased employment-related lawsuits, leaving employers struggling to stay protected against costly litigation. Here are the top suits and how to avoid them.
During downturns, downsizing can quickly trigger employment-related issues. Here are some EPL insurance considerations for small, mid-market, and late-stage companies to keep in mind.
Biden and OSHA have teamed to release a new workplace safety initiatives — but how will this impact insurance for startups or mid-market businesses?
Late-stage companies are considering hybrid schedules worldwide. Let’s take a look at this new flexible work status to see if it fits your corporate goals.
Late-stage companies sometimes overlook post-acquisition challenges, but they still pose a problem. Here’s how to navigate these tricky situations.
Startups aren’t always certain when to get EPLI coverage. Here are a few standard triggers to help you decide what’s best for your company.
Here’s why every startup or mid-market business should size up their employee handbook against its EPL coverage.
Click here to apply for insurance for your eSports company. Although many individuals believe that eSports “suddenly” popped up out of nowhere, the industry’s success has been brewing for decades. Organizations such as Guinness Book of World Records, ESPN, and Rolling Stone Magazine have all taken note of the trendsetting market. Nowadays, everyone wants a
Resources for Employers facing layoff reduction in force and downsizing decisions because of Covid-19 and Coronavirus. EPL Insurance may help.
California signed the AB5 (Gig Economy) ruling into law. This will have ramifications for the entire US insurance market, not just for CA.
Determining what type of labor to use W2 (full time) or 1099 (independent contractors) can be confusing. We break down how to classify your employees, the impact of recent court rulings and how to decide what’s best for your business.
Insurance should be seen as more of an investment than a cost, but given the busy and chaotic lives of Founders, it sometimes becomes a check-the-box activity. When utilized properly, companies can get value from their policies well beyond that generated by a “set it and forget it” approach. Here are a few tips to optimize your insurance
If you use a professional employer organization (PEO), you know the benefits. PEO’s provide convenience by allowing you to outsource your HR duties to them. Their teams guide you through laws and regulations that you don’t have time to study. The model itself provides less tangible (but no less real) benefits by allowing small businesses