Your Inner World

Keeping the Scales Even: Tips to Achieve a Good Work/Life Balance

These days, finding the ideal work-life balance can seem like formidable challenge. With technology making worker’s accessible around the clock and a whopping 94% of working professionals working more than 50 hours per week, according to a Harvard Business School study, experts agree: the compounding stress from the never-ending workday is damaging – to relationships, overall happiness and even your health and wellness. So, how can you achieve a work-life balance? We highlight a few tips to keep the scales even. Be sure to unplug Technology can be a blessing... Read More

Things to Do in Colorado This Labor Day

Cool things abound in Colorado this coming Labor Day! Be sure to squeeze the most out of summer and mark your calendars for these events and happenings around town. Like to stay in the know? Whether it comes to events around town, your insurance needs, health and wellness tips or information on how to keep your employees safe on the jobsite, we’ve got you covered! Sign up to receive one of our custom newsletters. Email us at [email protected] or give us a call at 303.721.1145. FOOD/FUN Enjoy Labor Day in... Read More

2019’s Best Work Perks

Looking to attract and retain today’s top talent? We’ve compiled a list of today’s best benefits and work perks that are attracting the best and brightest. How does your company compare? Work perks that promote financial wellness There is data that shows employees have experienced significant decreases in the purchasing power of their paychecks over the past decade, which is largely due to rapidly rising health care costs. Regardless of the reason, wages just aren’t keeping up with inflation. As a result, many employees find themselves in distressingly tight financial... Read More

Back to School Safety Tips: Be in the Know

It’s that time of year again. Back to school. You may have already purchased the supplies and gear but are you up-to-speed on back to school safety? We’ve got you covered with a few tips to ensure a smooth and safe transition for you and your kids are you prepare for the upcoming school year. Know Your Password Be sure you have a family password that you share only with those you hold dearest in taking care of your children in case there is an emergency and there are mix-ups... Read More

Accident Insurance: What Is it and What Does It Cover?

Accidents happen. No matter how careful you are, they do, especially when you least expect them. While on vacation, a fall from a ladder or a common sports injury can happen at any time. And beyond the injury, the cost of paying for an accident can be a serious pain. Medical expenses are one of the biggest financial hardships for Americans every year. Accidents are no exception to these expenses: Americans visit the doctor on average 68.2 million times a year to treat injuries. But beyond covering medical expenses, your... Read More

The Added Benefits of Your Benefits

We all know the value of having good health insurance benefits. However, many people neglect to realize that their ‘benefits’ extend way past just coverage for preventative care or major medical and dental expenses, with a lot of people not taking advantage of everything their plan offers. It’s not just about paying the bulk of your doctor visit and lab test bills; your plan can actually help you save money while getting or staying healthy. Call your health insurer or check their website to see if your health plan offers... Read More

Summer Vacation Safety 101

It’s summertime, and for many, the time to enjoy a well-deserved vacation. And, while you’ve planned everything from getting the best deals on airfare, booked your hotel and packed your suitcases, are you properly prepared when it comes to your safety? We’ve got you covered with 10 safety tips to keep you safe and secure wherever your travels bring you!  Know before you go with thorough research. Don’t be ignorant about where you are going. Make an effort to learn about the country, the political situation, the cultural norms, the safest... Read More

4th of July Safety Tips

Fun, festivities, food, fireworks… all things that make the 4th of July one of the most highly anticipated holidays of the year. This year, stay safe with a few tips from Roper Insurance to ensure that you stay safe while enjoying all the holiday has to offer! Fireworks: Did you know that more than 50,000 fires are caused by fireworks every year? Be sure to take the proper precautions when operating fireworks: Never disassemble or try to make your own fireworks. Don’t point sparklers, or fireworks at yourself or others, especially... Read More

Summer Vacation Safety 101

It’s summertime, and for many, the time to enjoy a well-deserved vacation. And, while you’ve planned everything from getting the best deals on airfare, booked your hotel and packed your suitcases, are you properly prepared when it comes to your safety? We’ve got you covered with 10 safety tips to keep you safe and secure wherever your travels bring you!  Know before you go with thorough research. Don’t be ignorant about where you are going. Make an effort to learn about the country, the political situation, the cultural norms, the safest... Read More

Understanding Mental Illness in the Workplace

Many Americans suffer from mental illness – and this includes many of the employees at your company. In fact, nearly 43.8 million Americans deal with mental illness each year. Because mental illness is so prevalent, it’s imperative that all employers understand the rights of workers dealing with mental health issues. ADA Protections According to the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, employees struggling with mental illness are granted rights under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). These rights include the following: Workers cannot be harassed or discriminated against due to mental... Read More