Game on — How Video Games Can Inspire a Career in Insurance
Whether you’re steering a high-flying plane through the jungle, battling a zombie apocalypse, or farming for a village, video games are full of excitement. The magical, virtual world provides endless entertainment. In fact, many people wish that reality could mirror the gaming world.
Is a Career in Insurance Right for You?
If you know a bright young adult who is looking for a great college major or an even better long-term career, suggest they check out insurance. Lest you think we’re biased, consider that US News and World Report ranked
insurance agent as the third best sales and marketing job.
In Honor of Insurance Awareness Day: Fun Insurance Facts
It’s not very often that the words “insurance” and “fun” are found in the same sentence. In honor of Insurance Awareness Day this June 28, 2017, Amerisure thought we’d change that perception. Even though this observance isn’t an official industry holiday, it does pop up on numerous calendars online, so we figured we’d at least mention it in a blog article!
OSHA to Post Employer-Specific Safety Data
For the first time, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) will publicly disclose establishment-specific injury and illness data from certain employers (see Table, below). Under a new rule that took effect January 1, employers must submit some data electronically so OSHA can post it on its website.
How to Turn Your Safety Culture into a Profit Center
It has been said that employees are a company’s number one asset. If that is true, and we believe it is, then protecting your employees should be a number one priority. The problem is that many companies think of safety as an expense rather than opportunity to increase profitability.
Is your organization ready for a culture of safety?
Staying On Top of Winter Weather Property Risks
The snow comes down, melts and then freezes again before the next storm hits. This grueling winter cycle makes it difficult to maintain your business property—especially in colder, northern climates. If certain steps are not taken, you run the risk of personal injury and serious property damage. Here are some tips for staying on top of winter weather property risks.