Regardless of the progress that has been made over the years concerning gender equality in the workplace, most studies on the topic show that businesses and organizations still have a long way to go. According to a recent survey performed by the Pew Research Center, 42% of women in the United States claim that they … Continue reading 4 Steps in Preventing Gender Discrimination in the Workplace
If it weren’t for the coronavirus, 2020 would make for the perfect Halloween. The holiday falls on a Saturday, and it’s a full moon, more specifically a “blue moon,” an event that only happens once every couple of years. But to no surprise, Halloween will look much different this year. With coronavirus cases on the … Continue reading Celebrating Halloween in a COVID-19 World
Over 100 years ago, the Great Chicago Fire of 1871 burned through the city and beyond, destroying thousands of buildings, leaving hundreds of thousands of people homeless, and resulted in over 250 deaths. The fire raged for two days, from October 8 through October 10, and caused an estimated $200 million in damages. Fire Prevention … Continue reading National Fire Prevention Week is October 4-10
The H&A 3rd Quarter Newsletter is hot off the press and is titled "Commercial Insurance Forecast". It's a look into the insurance marketplace during the economic downturn and COVID-19, plus other interesting articles and fun facts!
By: Hawley & Associates and Lutheran Social Services of Minnesota Risk Management team You might not realize it, but times have been relatively good for insurance customers. For the most part, premiums have been steadily reducing for years now. In the insurance world, we call this a soft market. But this has changed drastically. The … Continue reading What’s Up With The Commercial Insurance Market?
Our thoughts and prayers go out to all those who are or will be affected by Hurricane Laura. You are in our thoughts and our sincere wish is for everyone's safety and well-being. For our clients specifically, we want to remind you that we are your claim advocates. If you experience a claim, we are here to help! … Continue reading To All Those Affected by Hurricane Laura
A 10-year-old girl is solely responsible for giving the gift of art and smiles to more than 1,500 kids in foster care and homeless shelters during the Covid-19 shutdowns. The brains behind Chelsea’s Charity – a nonprofit started in August 2019 for the purpose of donating art kits to at-risk children – is Chelsea Phaire, … Continue reading The Gift of Art: 10-Year-Old Girl Gives 1,500 Art Kits to Kids in Foster Care and Homeless Shelters During Pandemic
Washington state has been hit the hardest, with other's sure to follow. A global pandemic means everyone on planet earth knows about COVID-19 and its effects on industries across the world. The Identity Theft Resource Center says for scammers – this is like the Super Bowl, the World Series, the World Cup, and the NBA … Continue reading International Crime Ring Targeting U.S. Unemployment Systems