Workers’ compensation insurance is a necessary operating cost for your insureds. That doesn’t mean it’s a fixed cost. Learn strategies to help your insureds help themselves.
OSHA calls it a “voluntary program,” but it’s mandatory in many locations and industries. Here’s what you need to know about 10- and 30-hour Outreach Training.
How will big losses play out in policies, pricing, & claims? What kind of legal challenges will employers face? Read how COVID-19 is impacting P&C insurance.
Do you have what it takes to grow your insured base? Calculate your Stewardship Score to find out if your clients see you as a trusted partner or another commodity seller.
The first round of policy renewals post-coronavirus outbreak is rapidly approaching. Here are a few questions every insurance broker should consider right now.
Running a business without a workplace incident response system is like trying to play basketball without a point guard. Enter: KPA’s Risk Management Center.
Although the coronavirus is ongoing, employers need to be aware of other regulatory changes taking effect outside of the pandemic. Employers in Toledo, Ohio and Dallas, Texas, should be aware of employment regulations.
Don’t compete in a race to the bottom with other insurance brokers. Become something more than a commodity seller—not just a broker, but a problem-solver.
[Updated 3/31] We’ve compiled a list of the most helpful coronavirus resources we could find to help you navigate this public health crisis.