Insureon Blog

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]

5 Business Events that Should Trigger Password Changes

29. June 2015 07:48
Using the same passwords and sharing them with different parties can expose your business network. These tips can help you decide when to change passwords. [More]

Why Small Businesses Shouldn't Hire 70% of Employees

26. June 2015 08:00
Disengaged employees hurt a business in terms of lost productivity, high absenteeism, and high turnover. These tips can help you bring out the best in your workers. [More]

Can't Pay Your Employees During a Shutdown? Business Interruption Insurance Can

25. June 2015 07:54
Bruce Kroll paid his employees' salaries out of pocket when a fire shut down his restaurant. But Business Interruption Insurance can also cover those costs. [More]

PA Supreme Court's Ruling Could Mean Greater Liability Protection for Small Businesses

24. June 2015 08:09
A new PA ruling states insurers can't deny coverage to an additional insured when a named insured's employee sues them, but it also permits those lawsuits. [More]

When an Arbitration Clause Might Not Actually Help Your Business Avoid a Lawsuit

23. June 2015 08:14
Uber went to court over the viability of its arbitration clauses. Overbearing arbitration clauses may not hold up in court or keep your business out of it. [More]

Whoops! Cleaning Up Your Digital Blunders

22. June 2015 08:07
Making mistakes online can hurt your business's reputation and credibility. These tips can help you correct course if you make a social error online. [More]

Three Cheers for Net Neutrality? If You're a Small Business, Yes

19. June 2015 07:51
The Open Internet rules took effect on June 12. That's good news for small businesses – they don't have to worry about paying to avoid throttled web traffic. [More]