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What’s behind it and what’s the answer? I discussed in a previous post the increasing shortage of youth sports referees. The shortage is due to the increase in verbal abuse and physical threats by players, coaches and parents, and lack
Revenge is the new cyber risk True crime aficionados, there’s a whole new subgenre out there for you: hackers for hire. Yes, you can hire a cyber thug to to wreak havoc on your enemies, be they corporate or personal.
Businesses and individuals need to be aware of phishing scams Email is arguably the world’s best and worst advance in human communications. The ability to send and receive information with ease and speed results in a love-hate relationship with our
Training and risk management are key in the event of an incident In the wake of the Las Vegas shooting incident, special events coordinators are stepping up their risk management protocols. Such violence represents the potential for personnel and property
Allegations will soon surface in businesses of every size in every industry No industry is immune from the types of sexual harassment complaints currently piling up against entertainment celebrities and political figures. It’s quite clear that women in the workforce
Keeping employees physically comfortable at work Do your employees spend long periods of time standing or sitting? Maybe your work environment is pretty hip and encourages casual seating, standing desks, and the occasional power nap? Whatever the case, it’s important
The policies you need and why you need them Business Owners Policy Every business is susceptible to damage, loss and lawsuits, any of which can cost you dearly. A BOP policy includes General Liability and Property insurance. Without protection, just
Take time to consider the real risks Summer and fall are the most popular seasons for special events like outdoor festivals, concerts, and sports tournaments. Many employers, non-profits and recreation organization host picnics and fundraisers that involve outdoor activities.
Overcoming legal hurdles while taking advantage of the benefits Crime show fans know that cops are always able to verify alibis by reviewing phone records. Cell phone activity registers pings on the nearest tower, which proves whether suspects were where
State laws may clarify what owners should already be doing Liquor liability laws vary from state to state. Their basic premise is that businesses selling alcohol to visibly intoxicated persons or minors can be held liable if the consumer later