Through the help of our many supporters and volunteers, CRI has made considerable impact in many areas that affect the quality of life for us all. With your help we can do more to “Impact Delaware”!
After reading Matthew Albright’s article in the News Journal (“Virtually no Delaware Teachers Received Poor Evaluations”) those of us who are enthusiastic about improving the quality of education in Delaware had to stop and ask ourselves this question: Are there really no teachers in Delaware who are ineffective at teaching children?
This post is among a chain of tips to help business owners save substantial sums of money on business insurance. Contractors Insurance is no exception. Now, we will discuss loss runs, which are significant to any buyer of company insurance, who needs to spend less. They’re also referred to as coverage history reports, but are more generally called loss runs.
Far too many business owners, executives, managers, or other corporate decision makers underestimate the value of an excess workers compensation insurance policy. Most view a general liability policy as sufficient to meet their needs, or worse yet, think that this is an area where money can be saved by going with lesser options. Often, the end result of these errors in judgment is having to pay a large portion of a settlement directly from a company’s own assets, which can spell financial disaster for some businesses.
Let us face it, nobody actually loves shopping. Regrettably, it’s one of those essentials of life. Not only is getting homeowner’s insurance a good move in Orlando, FL to shield yourself and your property, it is the law.
Original post from the National Employee Freedom Week movement http://employeefreedomweek.com/state/delaware/
The Wall Street Journal ran an article yesterday based on a longer study by the Brooking Institute on the trend of the average age of businesses in America aging: