Did you know that 77% of professionals have experienced burnout at their current job? Poor mental health can negatively affect an employee’s performance, engagement with coworkers, and their physical capability and daily functioning on the job. Recognizing the signs of employee burnout will allow an employer to address and prevent burnout. Let’s take a look at the signs of employee burnout and how to prevent it from happening.(more…)
Did you know that the second-most dangerous time to drive is at night between 7 – 10:00 p.m.? Although, on average, people only do one quarter of their driving at night, around 50% of all traffic deaths occur during this time. If your job entails driving at night or for long distances – for example, a rideshare or delivery driver – it’s important to keep reading these 5 tips to stay safe while driving at night.(more…)
Being a business owner, it’s important that you stay on the cutting edge of new technologies to increase efficiency, drive business and gain an edge over your competition. Between the ubiquity of third-party delivery apps, curbside pickup and takeout orders, convenience has been the name of the game in the restaurant space. Here we take a look at some 2021 restaurant technology trends you may want to consider implementing this year.(more…)
At Society Insurance, we’re happy to share our knowledge and expertise to educate on a variety of topics each week. From increasing employee engagement to understanding liquor liability laws in your state—we’ve got you covered! Read below for a list of blog posts that resonated most in 2020.(more…)
Your employees are a vital part of your business. Employers can experience several benefits by implementing a flexible work schedule. Allowing employees to develop a schedule outside the normal 9 to 5 doesn’t have to disrupt productivity. As long as the employer has developed a flexible work schedule policy to set expectations and lay down a few ground rules, your business should reap the benefit.(more…)
Damage to your roof from severe winter weather conditions is the last thing your business needs. Particularly for flat rooftops, it’s important to take preventive measures before and during the winter season.
Ideally, preparation should begin 6 to 8 weeks before winter is in full swing. Here are some ways you can get started to prevent roof collapse due to the elements.(more…)
Loss run reports. What are they and how do I get one? Below we dive into common questions surrounding insurance loss run reports and the role they play when shopping for business insurance.
An insurance loss run is a document that records the history of claims made against a business insurance policy, much akin to an incident report. The report is a document you can provide to prospective insurers when shopping for new business insurance coverage. Loss runs allow underwriters to determine how risky your business will be to insure.(more…)
Having a company blog is not a secret weapon anymore. According to Zoominfo regarding general user behavior, “33% of B2B companies use blogs.” Content is still king, and a blog that publishes timely, valuable and strategic content can support business growth long-term. Additionally, having a content strategy is one of our recommended tips for small business owners that can directly assist with driving traffic to your website. Below we delve into the four main benefits of having a company blog.(more…)
The challenges of today have really presented a sink-or-swim playing field for most businesses, causing many to pivot pretty heavily – especially within industries in which crowds are common. The restaurant and bar industry has made a major pivot toward a contactless delivery and carry out business model in order to maintain profitability. Some restaurants have seen and will see more success than their competitors
because of how well they’ve been able to maintain customer satisfaction. So here are some tips to improve the food pickup experience at your restaurant.