When the needs of others are the greatest, our efforts are the strongest. At Society Insurance, this statement defines our core value of ‘Customer Focus’ and helps guide our actions every day. We continue to partner with our independent agents, restaurant customers, and other agencies to make a difference in the communities we serve during these challenging times. Below we highlight some recent efforts.(more…)
Many business owners are actively involved in green initiatives and practice sustainability in their operations. This may include upgrading to more energy-efficient equipment, stricter recycling programs, resource conservation, improving building efficiencies and more. In addition to the environmental impact, these efforts can increase bottom-line revenue and enhance employee morale and contribution.
The environmental and financial rewards of improving energy conservation and sustainability make it worth a business owner’s time to make sure (more…)
However, there is another area of boating that is often overlooked: human powered or “paddle craft.” With more than 300,000 paddle crafts sold each year, kayaking, canoeing, paddle boarding and various other paddle sports offer a very affordable way to enjoy our lakes, rivers and streams. (more…)
While this may have more truth today than was the case in the past, I would suggest that individuals and advocacy groups can still make a difference, and affect the direction of public policy.
I’ve been involved in a number of organizations or supported causes over the years that had a need for political engagement. I’ve testified at committee hearings in the state legislature and sat down with my United States Senator. In meeting and communicating with state legislators, members of congress or other political leaders I’ve noticed some common things: (more…)
A study done by SafeKids.org in 2012 indicated 61 children are hit by cars every day in the United States. In recent years the age group of those most frequently hit by cars has changed from younger kids to teenagers between the ages of 15 to 19. Why the change? TEXTING! (more…)
As a quick aside, as I focus on the family nature of our business, I don’t want to discount or exclude the importance of the rest of our staff. We have been blessed with some outstanding employees who don’t share our last name but have been key to our success. For that, I am also forever thankful.
The Joys… (more…)
Between 2011 and 2013, there were 83 electrical fires that cost Society over $14.5 million in claim settlement costs. Just like with cooking equipment, I asked Subrogation Specialist Kristina Huber, CPCU, AIC, CSRP, for her insight into the causes of these fires. (more…)
Here’s why I choose to work with a local independent agent for my insurance needs: (more…)
The details that you include in your Business Continuation Plan (BCP) will depend on the particular needs of your business, but there are some key components that should to be included in every disaster plan: (more…)