According to an article in the online newsletter, Chron.com, “however big or small, goals motivate everyone in virtually everything they do. A goal may be as simple as ‘buy milk’ or as complex as ‘develop a sustainable 10-year business plan.’ In either case, you know what you have to do. Setting goals for the employees…

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In the age of e-commerce, U.S. brick and mortar retail stores are suffering. In fact, analysts at Credit Suisse estimate that 2017 could bring more than 8,640 store closings in total, which means the U.S. retail industry is on pace to close more stores this year than were shuttered during the Great Recession in 2008….

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In 1990, The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), which provides civil rights protection for individuals with disabilities against discrimination, was signed into law. The ADA provides regulation regarding employment, public entities, public accommodations and telecommunications. According to Title III of the ADA, “discrimination on the basis of disability in the activities of places of public…

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Religious organizations are sacred places for members and guests, and maintaining proper insurance coverage is imperative to protecting the mission of each place of worship. The truth is that many houses of worship operate on small budgets, which means even minor losses could be devastating. Therefore, it’s important to understand the various risk exposures that…

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As we approach October 1, the beginning of our 1 Month, 1 Percent, 1 Fight initiative and the month during which we will hold our 3rd annual Baskets for Breast Cancer auction, it’s important to remember why and for whom we’re fighting. According to Breastcancer.org, an estimated 255,180 new cases of invasive breast cancer are…

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