Insureon Blog

The Spookiest Things That Could Happen at Your Office Halloween Party

15. October 2015 08:09
Throwing a Halloween party at your office? Monsters and zombies aren't your only worries – drunken accidents and employee injuries can be downright scary, too. [More]

$1.4 Million Fines for Ohio Supplier over Worker Injuries

13. October 2015 07:53
Case Farms was assessed $1.4 million in OSHA fines, partially for the negligence that lead to a subcontractor's injury. You can also be liable for contractors' injuries. [More]

What Small-Business Owners Should Know about the Contingent Workforce

28. September 2015 06:34
Dr. Deborah Osgood offers insight on America’s growing reliance on the contingent workforce and how it can benefit both freelancers and small businesses. [More]

Another Court Ruling on Worker Classification

31. August 2015 07:38
You can hardly read the news without finding a new worker misclassification case. It's a reminder: now is the time to take a hard look at your workers' status. [More]

10 - 20% of Businesses Make this Expensive Mistake. Do You?

18. August 2015 07:39
Up to one in five employers misclassify at least one worker as an independent contractor, a mistake that can lead to lawsuits and a heap of regulatory fines. [More]

Keep Workers' Comp Injuries from Weighing Down Your Business

17. August 2015 07:41
Alternative return-to-work programs may be a good option for labor-intensive businesses that don't have light-duty assignments to offer recuperating employees. [More]

Another Day, Another Worker Classification Lawsuit

23. July 2015 08:04
Handy is the latest to join the share economy's collective worker misclassification woes. A pending lawsuit will decide if a cleaner is actually an employee. [More]

Could Your Business Use a Boost? Try Looking at Puppies, Says Science

17. July 2015 04:32
Animal lovers, rejoice! Looking at images of puppies can boost productivity. Enjoy that Buzzfeed puppy roundup with abandon, and share it with your employees. [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]