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  • Bill Cerney, Principal & Risk Advisor at Gibson, discusses surety capacity. Both contractors and manufacturers are often required to provide security in the form of surety bonds. Don’t wait until your customer’s contractual terms require a bond to know what bonding capacity you’re able to obtain.

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  • We hosted What’s The Risk: The Impact Of Technology On The Employee Experience on May 10, 2018 at Notre Dame - South Bend and on May 11, 2018 at Allen County War Memorial Coliseum - Fort Wayne. Our speakers were phenomenal and our audience took away a lot of valuable information from their presentations. One common topic among all the presenters was the rising technology expectations from emplo...

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  • National Women's Health Week (NWHW) kicks off on Mother's Day. Led by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services' Office on Women’s Health, this is an initiative to encourage all women to make their health a priority and build positive habits for life. To improve your physical and mental wellbeing NWHW encourages you to:

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  • “There is no education like adversity.” ~ Benjamin Disraeli Things have come easier for one of my sons over much of his life. If you’re a parent with multiple children, I’m sure you can relate. I’d say he’s at least a "B+" at most anything he tries and when he works at, he gets himself into the "A" zone. That's one of the things I respect about him. In spite of a natural ease he often seems to...

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  • Protecting your employees against falls is one of the most important things you can do to ensure their safety. Year after year falls from elevation are the leading cause of death in construction, with fall protection continually being ranked first on the list of OSHA’s most frequently cited violations. You can help put a stop to these accidents by educating your employees on fall hazards and pr...

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  • Today we’re sharing insight from guest blogger Ron Kitchens, Chief Executive Officer at Southwest Michigan First. We hope you enjoy Ron’s wisdom and perspective. We can all agree that reading changes lives for the better. Isn’t that why we encourage our children to read instead of playing video games? No one would ever say that a person is completely wasting their time by spending an evening a...

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  • Global Employee Health & Fitness Month (GEHFM) is an international observance of health and fitness in the workplace. Implementing and promoting health and wellbeing is not just an investment in employees, it benefits employers as well. To improve your organizational wellbeing & employee wellbeing, your workplace wellbeing program should focus on the whole person. Based on the book Wellbeing: T...

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  • Today we’re sharing insight from guest blogger Brad Serf, Principal at Gibson. We hope you enjoy Brad's wisdom and perspective. Earlier this month I had an opportunity to attend The Masters in Augusta, Georgia. I think most would agree it is one of America’s iconic events (note I didn’t say “sporting events,” I said “events”). It is like a rite of spring. Each year, on that first weekend in Ap...

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  • In this thriving economy, savvy leaders are preparing themselves to capitalize on Merger and Acquisition (M&A) opportunities to supplement organic growth. According to a recent study from Deloitte, “Corporations and private equity firms foresee an acceleration of M&A activity in 2018—both in the number of deals and the size of those transactions.”

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  • Alcohol use among employees or their family members can be an expensive problem for business and industry. Alcohol abuse is linked to issues such as lost productivity, absenteeism, injuries, fatalities, theft, low employee morale, legal liabilities, and increases in healthcare and workers' compensation costs.

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  • Like the Peanuts cartoon depicts, organizations often have someone operating a complaint department. Most visitors are well-intentioned in their session with the company “therapist.” They’re seeking coaching or advice on a challenging issue and plan to act upon it. Unfortunately, what they often get back is the equivalent of Lucy’s “Eat a jelly-bread sandwich” guidance to Charlie Brown. Altern...

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  • Violence has unfortunately become an all too common problem in the workplace. As an employer it is important, and your duty, to do what you can to prevent and prepare for a violent workplace incident. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, more than 70% of U.S. workplaces do not have a formal program or policy to address workplace violence. An effective program requires the following elem...

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  • Courtney Montfort, Risk Advisor at Gibson, discusses professional analytics. In the past, companies interested in maximizing cash flow and controlling dollars through deductibles and self-insured retentions had to use a “gut check” approach.  This created uncertainty in financial outcomes – sometimes leading to large, unexpected costs. 

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  • Today we’re sharing insight from guest blogger Mike Cahill, President & CEO of Physicians Health Plan of Northern Indiana. We hope you enjoy Mike’s wisdom and perspective. One of my favorite quotes is as follows: Do you light up the room when you walk in or when you walk out? A short story to set the stage. An extremely successful local businessman shared the so-called secret to his success. ...

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  • National Work Zone Awareness Week (NWZAW) is upon us. This year’s theme is Work Zone Safety: Everybody’s Responsibility. With warmer weather comes roadwork season. As we hit the road, it is important we are aware and alert while driving in work zones. This protects workers and ourselves.

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  • Today we’re sharing insight from guest blogger Tara Nisenson, leadership coach and HR consultant. We hope you enjoy Tara’s wisdom and perspective. Many organizations are recognizing the power of involving much larger and diverse groups in generating innovative solutions to corporate dilemmas. Some company cultures react well to the initiative, others are much more cautious. Building a sustaina...

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  • National Public Health Week (NPHW) is an opportunity to celebrate the power of prevention, advocate for healthy and fair policies, share strategies for successful partnerships, and champion the role of a strong public health system. Despite advancements in public health, Americans live shorter lives and suffer more health issues than people in other high-income countries. Below are the pillars ...

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  • Group captives continue to be a viable alternative to traditional casualty insurance programs for construction firms across the country. Once reserved for firms with annual revenues more than $100 million, captives are now available to firms with annual revenues of $25 million – and in some circumstances less.

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  • Today we’re sharing insight from guest blogger Charles Rogel, Senior Consultant & VP of Product Development at DecisionWise. We hope you enjoy Charles’ wisdom and perspective. I work with many organizations to measure and improve employee engagement. The process typically begins with the collection of employee feedback through an engagement survey. The survey includes about 50 items measuring ...

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  • Today we’re sharing insight from guest blogger, Craig Sroda, author of YOU in the SWEET SPOT and Intentional Living. We hope you enjoy Craig’s wisdom and perspective. Earlier this year I taught a class for a group of executives based on the book Triggers by Marshall Goldsmith. Marshall is one of the leading executive coaches in the world and he has a few books out that are great if you want to...

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  • Spring showers can include severe weather. This week is Severe Weather Preparedness Week. The focus is to better educate and prepare about the hazards of severe thunderstorms, tornadoes, and flash flooding.  Lightning Safety Lightning kills more people each year than tornadoes. It can strike as far as 10 miles away from any rainfall. If you can hear thunder, you are in danger from lightning. ...

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