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CEO Message
// March 3, 2022

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Good mental health is fundamental to everyone’s overall well-being, even though it’s not something that most people have primarily focused on in the past. In a time when isolation and anxiety have impacted individuals in ways we never thought possible, the pandemic has highlighted the importance of bringing mental health education and resources to the…

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Services
// March 3, 2022

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Regardless of your experience level, learning a new skill is critical for both personal and professional growth. According to Under 30 CEO, doing so aids in increasing your adaptability in ever-changing times, like the pandemic, and your resourcefulness to your department and company. So, how does one learn a new skill? Simple — USLI University….

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Commercial
// March 3, 2022

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Throughout the past two years, we have changed how we work, learn and spend our free time. For many adults, changes in lifestyles and less hectic schedules resulted in the exploration of educational opportunities and hobbies previously put on the back burner. Some also recruited specialty educators, trainers and instructors to assist them in their…

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Commercial
// March 3, 2022

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Truck and delivery drivers are needed now more than ever. They play an essential role in moving goods from place to place, whether it’s a tractor trailer hauling bulk goods or a local delivery driver delivering groceries to a person’s home. Many trucking operations and personal delivery services are experiencing a rush to hire more…

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Professional
// March 3, 2022

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According to SHRM, 4.5 million workers left their jobs in November 2021 due to ongoing health concerns, a desire for more flexibility and the strong candidate’s market. With the shifting job market and increased wave of resignations, organizations being prepared and adapting is critical. Employers are racing to react to this changing landscape by calling…

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Hospitality and Liquor
// March 3, 2022

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The hospitality industry has faced many challenges over the past two years. Establishments overcame mandates, dining restrictions, labor shortages, supply chain issues and more. Many businesses had to continually change operations to keep their customers satisfied and their doors open. Fortunately, in most states, bars and restaurants have been able to return to offering full…

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Nonprofit
// March 3, 2022

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Punxsutawney Phil may have seen his shadow, but six more weeks of winter will not stop spring sports from heating up. After two years of adapting to various health concerns and ensuring their compliance with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC) recommendations, sports leagues are ready to mark the beginning of the season….

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Personal
// March 3, 2022

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The number of condominiums in the U.S. exceeded 12 million in 2020, and that number has only continued to grow with no signs of slowing down any time soon. Condos are attractive to developers because more units take up a smaller footprint compared to single-family homes. Additionally, condos and townhomes are in demand for buyers…

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DPSI
// March 3, 2022

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With the economy’s continued shift toward remote workforces, the professional services industry is growing faster than ever. According to the U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis, professional services reached 7.8% of the U.S. gross domestic product during the third quarter of 2021. In 2022, the industry is expected to grow at an annual rate of 10.9%….

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DPSI
// March 3, 2022

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Over the past few years, insureds have seen unpredictability arise in the umbrella and excess market. Carriers are reducing the limits they can offer while raising rates by an average of 15-25%, according to Insurance Business Magazine. Contributing factors to carriers’ decisions include loss leading perils and fear of the unknown. Society has become increasingly…

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