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Managing Social Media Risks

Social media sites such as Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and LinkedIn have become effective tools for many businesses. These platforms can reach potential or existing customers, promote products and services, recruit new employees, and build credibility. If your business utilizes social media platforms, it is important to understand the associated risks. Each company’s social media liabilities…

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Boosting Remote Employees’ Self-Motivation

Working remotely has numerous potential benefits for both remote employees and their employers. However, that is not to say that remote employees do not face unique difficulties and obstacles. While each circumstance is different, remote employees may face challenges due  the lack of face-to-face social interaction. They may feel out of touch with employers and…

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De-Icing Outdoor Walking Surfaces

During winter months, keeping outdoor walking surfaces (sidewalks, parking lots, etc.) clear of ice and snow is crucial. Walking over snow or ice covered surfaces can be challenging and downright dangerous. Just like at home, keeping the walkways around your business clear of ice and snow will help protect you, your employees, and the general…

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Fire Pit Safety

As the temperatures drop, many are looking for ways to safely gather outdoors. A fire pit can be a fun way to stay warm and make memories with friends and families. If a fire pit is the focal point of your next outdoor evening, it is important to make safety around your fire pit top priority.…

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Cyber Security for Small Businesses

Unfortunately, small does not always equal safe. Cyber criminals look for the path of least resistance and, oftentimes, that leaves small businesses as the target. In fact, a 2018 Verizon Data Breach Investigations Report found small businesses make up 58% of cyber attack victims. Cyber attacks can be devastating for small business owners and overwhelmingly…

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