Nearly 15% of Job Seekers Use Social Media to Land a New Job

Job recruiters are tasked with the role of locating and finding qualified applicants to fill positions. As a job recruiter, how you post jobs and expand the reach of those jobs is constantly changing as both the needs and available options for applicants change. In a study released earlier today by Clutch, a Washington, DC B2B research, ratings, and reviews firm, a staggering 15% of job seekers are using social media to find their new job.

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Coverage Insights: Making a Flood Claim

Heavy rain, storm surge, hurricanes, and other sever weather events can lead to devastating floods that cause extensive damage. According to the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), flood damage totaled over $8 billion in 2017 and many of the affected areas are still recovering from the impact.

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PCORI Fee Amount Adjusted for 2018

The ACA imposes a fee on health insurance issuers and self-insured plan sponsors in order to fund comparative effectiveness research. These fees are widely known as Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI) fees.

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Ransomware Attacks Are More Common Than Ever

Although hackers can use a growing list of cyber attacks to endanger businesses, one of the costliest and most common is ransomware. And, according to a new report from Beazley, the number of ransomware attacks has risen by 32 percent since August.

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Risk Insights: Reduce Your Exposures During Work Events

Businesses host parties for a variety of reasons, including the holidays and organizational accomplishment. While these events are designed to create and fun, team-building opportunity, they can open your business to risks. Read on for some ways to reduce your risk exposure during work functions.

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Hurricane Relief for Farmers

Flooded barns and lost crops are just a couple of the emergencies farmers have to deal with after a disaster. Thankfully, there are federal programs and resources available to help with some of the costs, but seeking them out can be confusing and time consuming.

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A New Law Could Change How We Prepare for Disasters

Congress and President Donald Trump recently approved the Disaster Recovery Reform Act (DRRA), an overhaul of the federal government’s approach to disaster preparation and risk reduction. The new law gives businesses, federal agencies and state governments more flexibility when requesting and using federal grants.

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