Happy Holidays from Roper Insurance

The holiday season is a wonderful time for us to remember the friends, customers and associates who help our business and make our jobs a pleasure all year long. Our business would not be possible without your continued support. So we’d like to take this moment to say thank you and send our best wishes to you, your staffs and your families. May your holiday season and the new year be filled with much joy, happiness and success. We look forward to working with you in the coming year and... Read More

How to Reduce Stress and Enjoy the Holidays More at Work

How to Reduce Stress and Enjoy the Holidays More at Work

The winter holidays are a fun time of year for most of us. They also can be a stressful time of year between family obligations, financial stresses and work obligations. If you let it, the holiday season can become something to be dreaded instead of celebrated. This is the busiest time of year for many businesses, like Roper Insurance, which results in a necessity of additional shifts and overtime at many companies. For working parents, there are also a whole lot of school and other events they need to attend... Read More

How to Stop Identity Thieves from Spoiling Your Holiday

How to Stop Identity Thieves from Spoiling Your Holiday

Are you an online shopper? Did you know that online Cyber Monday sales generated more revenue than in-store Black Friday sales this year? Chances are, you’ve contributed to those numbers—or will at some point this holiday season. But one of the biggest hazards of online shopping is identity theft and credit card fraud. Here are some simple things you can do to stop identity thieves and avoid falling victim to an online data breach or scammer while you’re taking care of your holiday shopping.   Shop Only at Reputable Websites... Read More

4 Reasons to be Thankful for Your Job

4 Reasons to be Thankful for Your Job

November is the month of Thanksgiving, and many people use it as a month to express gratitude and count their blessings. Often in counting blessings, though, we forget to be thankful for our jobs. We focus on family, friends, experiences and even possessions. But have you remembered lately to be thankful for your job? Our jobs—and our professional relationships–are a major part of our lives. Some of it has been good, and some of it—not so much. But if there’s not at least a little to be thankful for in... Read More

How to Be Involved In Your Community

How to be involved in your community

How are you involved in making your community a better place to live and work? This is the time of year when there are ample easy opportunities to do something good in your community. Food drives, coat drives and toy drives abound, and it’s easy to make a donation without expending a lot of effort. But what about the other ten months of the year? You can make your communities better all year round, not just during the holidays. It does take a bit more effort to find opportunities to get... Read More

How to Protect Your Company Against Employment Lawsuits

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As a business owner, your goal is to hire the most qualified employees. Unfortunately not every hiring decision goes as planned. Even if an employee is terminated for legitimate reasons— such as poor attendance or unsatisfactory work habits—every termination opens the door for a potential lawsuit. Read one business owner’s experience and then learn how employment practice liability insurance (EPLI) can help protect you and your company from costly, frivolous lawsuits. When Mary, a Colorado business owner, received a complaint that her sales manager made crude, disparaging remarks to a... Read More

How to Choose the Right Individual Health Insurance

How to Choose the Right Individual Health Insurance

It’s time to buy your health insurance for 2017. Open enrollment for individual health insurance began November 1st and will continue through January 31, 2017. If you are new to purchasing individual health insurance, this is the time of year you must choose a plan for 2017. If you don’t choose a plan now, you will not be able to get individual health insurance again until 2018, unless you have a major “qualifying” event happen in your life, such as getting married or divorced, having a child, making an interstate... Read More

What Every Employee Must Know About Their Group Open Enrollment

What Every Employee Must Know About Their Group Open Enrollment

For the thousands of employees who receive their health insurance through their employers, it’s open enrollment time for health insurance and other benefits. These benefits are very important for employees and their families and it’s essential to have the necessary information to make the right decision regarding next year’s health coverage, as well as other benefits an employer offers. This coverage usually begins about a month or two after open enrollment and is in effect for a full year. Very often coverage will begin January 1 through December 31, though... Read More

What Every Employer Must Know About Their Group Health Plans

What Every Employer Must Know About Their Group Health Plans

Open enrollment for 2017 insurance plans is just around the corner. If you haven’t already started preparing for your employees’ enrollment in the 2017 group health plans, it’s definitely time to get started. Do you know what you need to know for a successful open enrollment this year?     What Do You Need to Know as an Employer for Open Enrollment? Do you have a grandfathered plan? Knowing whether or not you have a grandfathered plan is critical to making sure you are following the right guidelines. It’s also... Read More

Protect Your Right to Choose Your Healthcare–Vote No On Amendment 69

Vote No on Colorado Amendment 69

Election time is just around the corner, and this election is critical not only to our country’s future, but to Colorado’s future as well. We’re not talking about just the presidential election, but there is a proposed constitutional amendment that Coloradoans must vote on this year that could impact our state forever. This is Amendment 69, also known as ColoradoCare. It proposes that we allow the state of Colorado to take over our healthcare and make it a government entity. If Amendment 69 passes Colorado’s state budget will increase by... Read More