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Wellness Programs: A Proactive Approach To Healthy Corporate Finances

If you’re not pairing your healthcare coverage with a robust wellness program, you’re addressing only part of the issue you face regarding rising costs. Think of it this way: […]
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An Unwelcome Threat: Cybercrimes Reach All-Time Record

It’s not a record to celebrate—in 2016, the number of tracked U.S. data breaches hit an all-time record high of 1,093, which is a noteworthy increase of 40 percent […]
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Millennials: Turning Business Ideas Into Business Success

Millennials: Turning Business Ideas Into Business Success Millennials may be better tagged as the Entrepreneur Generation. This is a generation that’s not afraid to take a shot with a […]
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Cyber Resilience—Does Your Company Have What it Takes to Bounce Back After an Attack?

The odds are not good. A new IBM/Ponemon Institute study claims 66 percent of organizations would not recover from a cyberattack. This ability to recover—dubbed “cyber resilience”—is defined as […]
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Will 2017 Be the Year of the Cybercriminal?

Cybercriminals are a crafty lot. Just as you address one type of risk, another surfaces. That’s why it’s important to always keep an eye on trends and the evolution […]
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It’s Time to Fight Back. Why Proactive Cybersecurity is Mandatory

Cyber risk is beginning to equal or even eclipse some types of physical risk. But here’s the challenge: cyberattacks are ever-evolving. Just as we begin to understand how to […]
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MJ Insurance Expands Food Industry Risk Services

INDIANAPOLIS – (Dec. 6, 2016) – While MJ Insurance is no stranger to the food industry, currently working with more than 60 clients in all aspects of the food […]
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Looks like the ruling is ready to go. Are you ready?

Courts recently rejected a request for preliminary injunction, or delay, of OSHA’s new “Improve Tracking of Workplace Injuries and Illnesses” rules, despite revisions that may apply. Specific provisions that […]
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What will happen to insurance now that we’ve cast our vote?

This is not a political post, I promise. But it is a post to help everyone understand the potential impact of the recent election on insurance. Voters demanded change…and […]
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You’re Just One Incident Away From Supply Chain Disruption

Somewhere there’s a snow storm raging, a riot just getting underway or political unrest that will cause a breakdown in communication. All three scenarios could suddenly become your problem […]
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