Workers’ comp is a type of small business insurance that covers employees in case they get hurt at work. Here are the most common questions business owners have about workers’ comp.
CalSavers is a new program, launched on July 1, 2019, that’s designed to help employees at California businesses save for retirement.
Under this ordinance, employers are required to contribute toward health care benefits for eligible employees, but employers can choose exactly how to direct the funds.
Fringe benefits, like gym memberships and cell phone reimbursements, can give your business a serious edge.
What happens if your employee gets sick or injured and can't come into work? Long-term and short-term disability insurance is what can help that employee pay the bills while they're recovering.
If you’re an employer who is planning a layoff, the WARN Act may require you to give a written 60-day notice to employees and other parties. Here’s what you need to know.
A robust sexual harassment policy can help protect your employees and your business. And if your company has employees located...
If you’re a business owner in New York with employees, you need workers’ compensation insurance. (Yes, even if all your employees are family members.)
Not sure whether QSEHRA or small group health insurance is better for your business? We’ve got you covered.