As attacks on businesses' networks continue at unprecedented levels, cyber risks have become the top concern among organizations of all sizes for the first time, according to a new survey.
The "Travelers Risk Index" found that 55% of executives surveyed said they worry "some" or "a great deal" about cyber risks. That's more than they worry about medical cost inflation (54%), employee benefit costs (53%), the ability to attract and retain talent (46%), and legal liability (44%).
No workplace is immune to the risks of an active shooter incident. However, there are steps that you can take to ensure that your organization is prepared for the worst.
To prepare your staff for an active shooter situation, create an emergency action plan (EAP) and conduct training exercises. Together, the EAP and training activities will prepare your staff to effectively respond and help minimize loss of life.
With all the fun fall activities, you may be tempted to put off your home maintenance chores. But winter will be here before you know it, so take some time to tackle any needed maintenance before the weather gets too cold.
This handy checklist will help you take proactive measures to prevent damage from any winter storms that may pass through.
Molyneaux Trumps & Tricks Euchre fundraiser was once again a major success! The total raised this year was $18,462! This year’s deserving beneficiaries were Child Abuse Council and One Eighty.
This annual event has contributed more than $291,000 to Quad City charities since it started in 2001. This event would not be so successful without the participation and generous contributions of the players, our sponsors, and the Molyneaux Team.
Falls from ladders are one of the most common injuries that construction workers and others in the industry sustain. Because using a ladder seems like common sense, many employers fail to properly train their workers in ladder safety.
As the temperature drops, pipes exposed to the cold are prone to freeze. This is especially true for pipes located in unheated areas like basements, crawl spaces, attics, and garages. Pipes that run along poorly insulated exterior walls can also be affected by the extremes in temperature.
The continued freezing and thawing of these pipes can cause the material to become weak and break. When this happens, water fills the room, causing significant damage. A crack measuring as little as three millimeters can send as much as 250 gallons of water a day into the house or building.
Because your home or building is a valuable asset, it’s critical to take preventive steps to avoid major inconveniences, high repair costs, and higher insurance costs.
Fraud takes many shapes and forms, among them corporate fraud, consumer fraud, tax fraud, identity theft, and many others. According to ACFE (Association of Certified Fraud Examiners), organizations worldwide lose an estimated 5 percent of their annual revenues to fraud, costing the world $3.7 trillion each year.
International Fraud Awareness Week is a global movement to minimize the impact of fraud through awareness and education.
New federal overtime regulations have been introduced for non-exempt workers after years of wrangling over the issue.
Under the new rule, employers will be required to pay overtime to certain salaried workers who make less than to $684 per week - or $35,568 per year - up from the current threshold of $455, or $23,660 in annual salary.
There are about 10 million adults over the age of 50 in the United States who provide care for their aging parents. During the past 15 years, the number of adult children providing primary financial or personal care for their parents has increased more than three times. About 25 percent of all adult children in the country today are the primary care providers for their parents. The same number is almost equal to the number of non-working adult children who help their parents.