January 2021

28
Jan

Common Workers’ Compensation Mistakes That You Must Avoid

The most common workplace injuries in the U.S, according to the National Safety Council (NSC), result from overexertion, falls, slips, and trips, and contact with hazardous objects. Some injuries are minor inconveniences and discomforts, while others are disabling and career-ending. Although getting injured is sometimes difficult to prevent, making common workers’ comp mistakes that could deny you the insurance settlement

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21
Jan

7 Cyber Security Tips for Employees Working from Home

If you’re like many businesses around the world, you may have had to let some or most of your employees work from home due to COVID-19-related concerns. That practice will likely go on for a long time, with data from Enterprise Technology Research (ETR) predicting that the fraction of permanent remote workers’ globally may reach 34% by 2021. Remote working

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14
Jan

How to Be a Cyber Resilient Business in a COVID-19 World

The shift to remote work due to COVID-19 has brought along new challenges in cybersecurity. According to the Microsoft Digital Defense Report 2020, cyber attacks soared over the past 12 months, with phishing activities increasing by about 70%. It has never been more important to be cyber resilient by implementing adequate cybersecurity measures to protect your enterprise’s data and systems

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7
Jan

What Have We Learned? Business Lessons from COVID-19

The coronavirus chaos is beatable. That’s probably one of the most important business lessons learned from COVID- 19. There are a few essential things you should be doing today to beat the economic challenges and cyber threats that may test your company’s resilience during the pandemic. Keep the following points in mind as you craft your COVID-19 business survival strategy

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