Filing Deadline is Extended to May 31, 2019
The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) has extended the deadline for employers to submit EEO-1 Reports for 2018. The reports are now due by May 31, 2019.
Using Fidelity Bonds to Cover Employee Fraud
Errors and omissions insurance protects your business from losses caused by negligence or honest mistakes, but these policies won’t reimburse you for any willful or malicious acts committed by your employees. And, although all employers want to trust their workforces, the simple truth is that many employees commit fraud against their businesses and customers.
Fourth-Generation (4G) cellular technology is common worldwide, with speeds up to 500 times faster than 3G. But things are about to change...
Over 30 billion loT (internet of things) devices could be connected to networks around the world by 2020, all of which will require a connection with more capacity than 4G will be able to manage. The Answer to that problem is 5G.
Florida businesses get a break on their insurance bills since January 2019
The state Office of Insurance Regulation announced that it has decided to approve an overall 13.8 percent decrease in workers’ compensation insurance rates for 2019. That is a slightly larger cut than a 13.4 percent decrease proposed in August by the National Council on Compensation Insurance, an organization that makes rate proposals for the insurance industry.