Insurance Learning Center
HIG President Jon Sharp spoke with Matthew Bagell, the owner of BJL Wealth Management LLC on what effects COVID-19 will continue to have on the stock market.
HIG President Jon Sharp spoke with Jeff Sallade and Ken Guzzardo of 3DPT on some physical changes we can implement to help improve our health and wellness while working from home!
HIG President Jon Sharp spoke with Angela Barnshaw of Agent06 about COVID-19 and the effects it's been having on the housing industry.
HIG President Jon Sharp spoke with Tom Kleinhans of Bowman & Company LLP about how COVID-19 is affecting the accounting industry.
HIG President Jon Sharp spoke with Paul Boyer of Ancero about the effects that the coronavirus is having on the technology industry and infrastructure in our area and across the country!
HIG President Jon Sharp speaks with Frank Plum of Workplace HCM about the effects that the coronavirus is having on the payroll industry as well as other small businesses in our area!
HIG President Jon Sharp spoke with Jason Wolf of Wolf Commercial Real Estate about the effects that COVID-19 are having on Real Estate and other types of businesses in our area!
HIG’s own Joe Haggerty hosts this informative webinar all about your Experience Modification Factor, as a part of our HIG Academy Webinar series!
John Baldino from Humareso conducts this webinar for proactive hiring practices—and the differences in proactive and reactive hiring! Enjoy this video and please feel free to share it if you think the information provided could be beneficial to your audience!
HIG President Jon Sharp spoke with Nikitas Moustakas of Moustakas Nelson, LLC on the effects of COVID-19 on the Law Industry
If you continually run through multiple scenarios in your mind, subconsciously you will develop solutions that can be implemented quickly should the need arise.
Although the collective result of an event may indeed be a disaster by definition, at an individual level, proactive steps can be taken to reduce the likelihood that an event is as severe for you as it may be for others.
If you have not yet experienced a ransomware virus, the following tips will be invaluable to you in minimizing your chances of becoming debilitated by any future infection and will put you in a stronger position to handle an attack should you be targeted again in the future.
Safety programs stemming from the guidelines which are set forth in many regulations can be used as a proactive measure to keep your equipment and employees safe.
Do you know what types of disaster insurance you may need (or be required to have)? If not, you may want to pick up the phone and make some inquiries.