How to Reduce Employee-Owned Device and E-Discovery Risks
A recent study by Bitglass found that 85% of organizations surveyed allow their employees to use their personal devices for work functions. If it wasn’t obvious already, the “bring your own device” (BYOD) era is here to stay.
While there are numerous benefits of implementing a BYOD policy at your workplace, it can be problematic from an e-discovery standpoint, should your company enter litigation.
5 Mistakes to Avoid When Applying for Auto Insurance
You may not think an error on your personal auto insurance application is a big deal, but the consequences can be very costly.
Giving inaccurate information on your application can lead to increased premiums, policy cancellations or insufficient coverage in the event of an accident.
Here are some common mistakes to avoid when applying for personal auto insurance:
Workers Compensation 2022 Midyear Outlook
Unlike other forms of coverage, the workers’ compensation insurance market has stayed resilient in recent years. According to the National Council on Compensation Insurance (NCCI), workers compensation insurance experienced its eighth consecutive year of underwriting profit for insurance carriers. Additionally, industry data confirmed workers’ compensation coverage was the only major commercial line of business to generate a negative average rate change in the first quarter of 2022 at -1.23%.
2022 Employment Practices Liability Midyear Outlook
The Mental Health Benefits of Exercise
While physical exercise is known to be good for your body, it also can help your mind. Research continues to validate that exercise can improve mental health by reducing anxiety, depression and a negative mood. When you include exercise as part of your everyday routine, you’ll be reaping both physical and mental well-being benefits.
This article explores the connection between your body and mind and the mental health benefits of physical activity.
The Connection Between Body and Mind
Bringing the Outdoors Into Your Work-from-Home Routine
From a stroll through the park to a day spent hiking, general exposure to green spaces has been linked to numerous physical and mental benefits—including improved attention, lower stress and better mood. As such, spending time in nature can help remote employees be more focused, inspired and creative.
You don’t have to go on a two-hour hike or even break a sweat. You can benefit just from being outside among trees and other green spaces for roughly five minutes.