How to Protect Yourself from Workplace Eye Injuries

How to Protect Yourself from Workplace Eye Injuries

Your eyes, and their health, are critical to your success at work, and to your ability to fully enjoy life independently. According to Prevent Blindness America, more than 300,000 eye injuries occur each year in the workplace. Of these injuries, 10 percent result in missed days of work and of those injuries, 10 to 20 percent will cause temporary or permanent blindness. OSHA estimates that 90 percent of such injuries could be prevented by wearing the proper protective eyewear. Even minor eye injuries can cause vision problems that last a... Read More

Educate Your Employees on the Importance of Life Insurance

educate your employees on the importance of life insurance

Although life insurance is one of the most common employer-provided benefits, many employees do not appreciate its value. Life insurance can be an invaluable benefit should tragedy strike one of your employees. As an employer, you are well-positioned to educate employees on the importance of this coverage. What’s in it for you? Educating employees about life insurance can yield higher enrollment, greater appreciation for your benefits package and increased loyalty to the company. Many employees are not financially savvy, but are interested in learning. Financial education from their employer can... Read More

How to Protect Your Personal Financial Information

How to Protect Your Personal Financial Information

Is your personal financial information secure? This is a question on many consumer’s minds these days in light of the recent report of a security breach at Equifax, one of the nation’s largest credit-reporting agencies, that may have affected nearly 150 million people. Not only does this breach leave credit reporting information exposed to hackers and criminals, but it also has exposed personal financial information of millions of Americans, leaving them vulnerable to identity theft. So, what do you need to do to protect your credit AND protect your personal... Read More

Boost Employee Benefits with Group Life Insurance

Boost Employee Benefits with Group Life Insurance

Employee benefits are one of the best ways to attract and retain qualified employees. Most employers these days offer at least basic health and dental insurance. There are many additional employee benefit options available to employers, and one of the most requested and most beneficial is group life insurance. This article covers many of the basics of offering group life insurance and some of the employer options for providing it. Types of Life Insurance Life insurance is divided into two categories: term and permanent. Term life insurance has a specified... Read More

Is Your Workplace Prepared For The Unexpected?

Is Your Workplace Prepared For The Unexpected

Mother Nature seems to have gone crazy this summer.  Dozens of wildfires in the west, Hurricane Harvey—and now Hurricane Irma—heading into the Gulf Coast, extreme temperatures and unpredictable weather everywhere. And in addition to crazy weather, there are all kinds of other unexpected events that can throw your workplace into chaos. According to the Insurance Information Institute, as many as 40 percent of businesses forced to suspend operations due to a natural or human-caused disaster never reopen their doors. Try to imagine the challenges and struggles your business would face... Read More

Join Roper Insurance for a fun Networking Event

Join Roper Insurance for a fun Networking Event

Networking events are a great way to wrap up the work day, meet new people and build beneficial professional relationships. And sometimes they’re just fun. Roper Insurance believes in all of these, especially that networking should be fun. We’d like to invite Denver’s HR professionals to join us for an HR Networking event Thursday, September 14th, from 5-6:30 pm at the Lila B. Lounge in Greenwood Village. This is strictly a networking event. There will be no sales, no speakers, no agendas, no recrutiing. We want to provide an opportunity... Read More

Commercial General Liability: Do You Have This Essential Insurance Coverage?

Commercial General Liability Do You Have This Essential Insurance Coverage

What would you do if a customer or vendor is injured while at your business? What would you do if a customer is injured by one of your products? How would you handle the medical bills or legal expenses? Commercial General Liability insurance is the coverage your business needs to protect you from these and other possible hazards of being a business owner. This insurance protects your business from damages caused by bodily injury or property damage for which your business is found to be legally liable.   What Does... Read More

How to Avoid Distracted Driving Accidents

How to Avoid Distracted Driving Accidents

It’s back to school time and that means more traffic on the road—including inexperienced teenage drivers. If you haven’t already reviewed the rules of safe driving—and reviewed them with your teens who will be behind the wheel this school year, Roper Insurance would like to share a few reminders with you and your teens to help keep you safe on the road this year.   Distracted Driving is the Number One Cause of Auto Accidents Every day, more than 1,160 people are injured in crashes involving a distracted driver, according... Read More

How To Start Your Company Wellness Program On A Budget

company wellness program

Do you have a company wellness program? If not, why not? Is your company too small? Do you think a wellness program is too expensive? Do you think it wouldn’t make any difference? If you answered yes to these three questions, you’re probably wrong. Wellness programs can provide tremendous benefits for businesses of all sizes. Whether you’re a tiny start-up with only a few employees, or whether you have dozens of employees in multiple locations, you can create and run a company wellness program that will not only help create... Read More

How to Protect Your Business from Ransomware

How to Protect Your Business from Ransomware

Computer hacking—and especially ransomware—has become a hot topic in the business world. And with good reason. The damage caused by global ransomware is predicted to exceed $5 billion in 2017, according to researcher Cybersecurity Ventures. Up from $325 million in 2015, the costs represent not just the amount of the ransom, but also the costs of downtime and lost productivity. Ransomware is any type of malicious software that infects a computer and either prevents it from working as it should or prevents access to certain files until the user pays... Read More