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Managing Marijuana in the Workplace

Approximately 44% of adults ages 19 to 30 and 28% of adults ages 35 to 50 reported using marijuana in any form.

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What Businesses Need To Know About the FTC’s New Noncompete Rule

Noncompete clauses are a common fixture of employer-employee agreements. They’re most often found in offer letters or other similar documents. If you’ve been using a template agreement with your workers, you may have noncompete clauses that you’re unaware of.

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Market Trends: Rising Home Insurance Rates

The national average for home insurance is around $2,614 per year for $250,000 in dwelling coverage, according to MoneyGeek. Rates have increased steadily in areas with extreme weather like floods, wildfires, tornadoes or hurricanes. And with inflation driving up the cost of materials and labor, prices have skyrocketed.

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Protect Yourself Against Unethical Practices in Medicare Insurance Sales

While most Medicare advisors work in the best interest of their clients, there are some tactics to be wary of if you are approached by or working with a Medicare advisor.

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Market Trends: Rising Auto Insurance Rates

Auto insurance costs rose 22% between March 2023 and March 2024, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics Consumer Price Index for All Urban Consumers. It was the largest unadjusted change since December 1976.

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How to Renovate Greener and Better

Green building is an approach to design and construction that uses less energy, reduces waste and lowers the impact on the environment.

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8 Strategies for Addressing and Supporting Mental Health in the Workplace

Mental illnesses can affect anyone, regardless of gender, culture, race, religion or socioeconomic status. A study in BMC Psychiatry estimates that 309 million people, or 4.4% of the world's population, suffer from major depressive disorders.

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DOL Announces Change to Overtime Threshold

According to the DOL, the July 1 increase updates the present annual salary threshold of $684/week ($35,568 annually) based on the methodology used by the prior administration in the 2019 overtime rule update. On Jan. 1, 2025, the rule’s new methodology takes effect, resulting in the additional increase.

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Why Contractors Need Professional Liability Insurance?

In the past, contractors didn’t need to be concerned about professional liability insurance. It was traditionally carried by architects, engineers and other design professionals for errors and omissions. But these days, construction companies must consider this coverage to complement their general liability insurance.

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