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Whether you are a new convenience store owner or a seasoned franchisee, one of your top concerns should be the safety of your employees and customers. Here are three easy steps to help you develop and implement a safety program. 

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We are proud to announce that we are now writing workers' compensation insurance in Massachusetts! http://bit.ly/1MTs8cT

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Do you encourage proper ergonomics for your remote workers? Read the latest tips from David Quezada (EMPLOYERS VP, Loss Control), via The Business Journals. http://bit.ly/24Qlm3a

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Even if your business diligently adheres to its workplace safety plan, there is still potential you will one day face an inspection. Here are four things businesses should know about OSHA inspections: http://bit.ly/1MVGzTF. David Quezada (VP, loss control), provided this helpful article to The Business Journals.

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Do you feel unprepared or unsure of your ability to identify workers' compensation fraud? Read about one of our latest small business surveys via Property Casualty 360 http://bit.ly/1hzHuLR

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According to a recent survey by EMPLOYERS, "around 13% of small business owners said they are concerned that one of their employees would commit workers comp fraud by faking an injury or illness to collect benefits..." Read the full article from Business Insurance http://bit.ly/1MIxSIz

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"Workers’ compensation fraud is a serious crime that can strain business operations, lead to higher insurance costs for businesses, and even undermine honest workers who are legitimately injured on the job,” said Ranney Pageler, vice president of fraud investigations at EMPLOYERS." Read the full article: http://bit.ly/1MGIaZM
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