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EHL is looking for our next awesome employee. Is it you? EMPLOYEE BENEFITS ACCOUNT MANAGER: When you become a team member of EHL you belong to a family friendly organization that consistently gives back to the community. We foster a collaborative work environment for our people, and offer a competitive full spectrum benefits portfolio.

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Don't compromise coverage with cost. Find out what you could be missing from your auto insurance policy if you go for the low ball.

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The North Kitsap Fishline is accepting donations for their holiday food drive. Please consider giving!!online-holiday-food-drive/czlg

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Learn the basics of homeowners insurance - what it is and why you need it!

The i's on Insurance: Your Homeowners Coverage

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Are you tired, have difficulty concentrating, minimal patience and a hair trigger temper? At work, do you have poor concentration, make frequent mistakes on things you shouldn’t and overall have a general lack of moral and energy? It could be that you aren’t getting enough sleep. Read Heather's latest blog post about the Impact of Sleep Deprivation.

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Surviving The Summer Heat
Feeling thirsty means that your body is on the road to becoming dehydrated—so don’t wait to drink until you are thirsty, especially if working or exercising outside in extreme heat.
Summer heat can be more than uncomfortable—it can be a threat to your health, especially for older adults and children. Whatever your age, don’t let the summer heat get the best of you.
Heat Exhaustion
Heat exhaustion occurs when a person cannot sweat enough to cool the body, usually the result of not drinking enough fluids during hot weather. It generally develops when a person is playing, working, or exercising outside in extreme heat. Symptoms include:
Dizziness, weakness, nausea, headache and vomiting
Blurry vision
Body temperature rising to 101°F
Sweaty skin
Feeling hot and thirsty
Difficulty speaking
A person suffering from heat exhaustion must move to a cool place and drink plenty of water.
Heat Stroke
Heat stroke is the result of untreated heat exhaustion.
Symptoms include:
Unawareness of heat and thirst
Body temperature rising rapidly to above 101°F
Confusion or delirium
Loss of consciousness or seizure
Heat stroke is a serious medical emergency that must be treated quickly by a trained professional. Until help arrives, cool the person down by placing ice on the neck, armpits and groin. If the person is awake and able to swallow, give him or her fluids.
Tips for Staying Cool
Drink plenty of water – In hot weather, drink enough to quench your thirst. The average adult needs eight 8-ounce glasses of water a day—more during heat spells.
Dress for the weather – When outside, wear lightweight clothing made of natural fabrics and a well-ventilated hat.
Stay inside if possible – Do errands and outside chores early or late in the day.

Eat light – Replace heavy or hot meals with lighter, refreshing foods.
Think cool! Take a cool shower or apply a cold compress to your pulse points. Or, try spending time indoors at an air-conditioned mall or movie theater.

This brochure is for informational purposes only and is not intended as medical advice. For further information, please consult a medical professional. © 2008-2010, 2012, 2014 Zywave, Inc. All rights reserved.

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Leaving on vacation? Take the time to read these easy steps to keep your home and property safe while you are away.

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Are you a self-motivated, entrepreneurial, salesperson with a strong desire to be successful? We are looking for a Personal Risk Advisor (Producer) here at EHL Insurance! Share this with someone you know that would be a great fit with our company.

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We have an open position for a Commercial Account Manager for our Poulsbo office. Please share if you know someone who would be a great fit!

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Do you have a teen driver? Find out what factors put teens at risk - and how to prevent accidents and deaths.
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