Insureon Blog

Study: 80% of Employee Credit Card Fraud Happens at Businesses with <50 Workers

16. July 2015 08:15
Watch out, small businesses: most credit card fraud happens at organizations like yours. What's worse: your most trusted employees are the likely culprits. [More]

Lower General Liability Insurance Renewals for Low-Risk Businesses

15. July 2015 08:07
Thanks to more competition in the liability insurance market, low-risk businesses may enjoy reduced premiums when it's time to renew their GL policies. [More]

Want Bigger Clients? Beef Up Your Cyber Security

14. July 2015 08:06
Small businesses are often seen as weak links in the data security chain. To win big clients, assure them their data is in good and capable hands. [More]

What to Look for When Hiring Recent Grads

13. July 2015 08:13
A recent college grad may not have a résumé full of work experience, but their fresh ideas and enthusiasm may make them a solid addition to your team. [More]

Why Buying Laptops for Your Employees May Be Cheaper than You Think

9. July 2015 08:19
When you consider the cost of creating a BYOD policy and data breach expenses, it may be cheaper to buy employee laptops so you can enforce security measures. [More]

The Online Sales Booster Only 14% of Small Businesses Are Using

7. July 2015 08:24
86 percent of small businesses don't have mobile-friendly websites. That translates to lost traffic and sales because 60 percent of web traffic is mobile. [More]

Court Rules Workers' Comp Benefits Apply Even During Snack Breaks

6. July 2015 07:50
An Arkansas case establishes that even if an employee is not doing work the minute they are injured, Workers' Compensation Insurance benefits may still apply. [More]

What the Upholding of Obamacare Means for Small Businesses

2. July 2015 08:09
The Supreme Court rejected a lawsuit that challenged the ACA subsidies. Millions of people (and small-business owners) get to keep their health plans. [More]

The 5 People Who Don't Know They Need Business Insurance

1. July 2015 07:47
Small businesses take many forms – some are one-person, home-based operations; others have a staff and office building. Each type comes with risks. [More]

Uber Ruling: Driver Is Employee, Must Get Workers' Comp

30. June 2015 08:57
In one California case, regulators ruled an Uber driver is an employee. The decision could set a precedent that requires app-based services to provide Workers' Comp. [More]