Employers’ liability insurance is a form of general liability insurance protecting business owners from legal expenses resulting from employee-related illnesses, injuries, or deaths that occur in the workplace. Here’s why your company needs it.
Learn what risks immigration consultants face and the types of insurance that can protect your finances and reputation following an insurable loss or legal threat.
A business continuity plan can help your company endure and survive an unexpected crisis or event that can force your business to close. Get an overview of why you need one and how to create a plan that works for your organization.
Every act of communication is a miracle of translation, but for interpreters and translators, making mistakes or misinterpreting a communication can have disastrous consequences. Get the straight talk on how interpreters can protect their finances and careers.
Making informed decisions, dealing with unforeseen challenges, and positioning your business for sustained growth requires planning. See our financial planning tips to help your small business grow and thrive this year.
According to data, 75% of employees admit to stealing from their workplaces at least once, and 64% of small business employees pinch or lift funds from their employers. That’s costing Canadian businesses between $1.4 billion and $2 billion annually. Here’s how insurance can help.
Every retailer selling online or online sellers using third-party marketplaces risks falling prey to fraud and cybercrime. During the busiest shopping season of the year, here are common scams to be wary of and the steps to take to protect your business.
There's a lot to like about running a home-based business, but you also must consider the liability risks every small business has. Here are reasons you need business insurance and tips for mitigating those risks.
The opportunity Black Friday, Cyber Monday, and the holiday season present also poses considerable liability risks for any small business or independent seller angling to get in on the action. Here’s what to watch for and how to protect your company and finances.
If your business is stocking up on inventory for the holidays, operating for only a few months of the year, or opening a pop-up shop, here’s how to cover the liability risks you face.