With the GDPR dominating the headlines over the past year, the Privacy and Electronic Communications Regulations (PECR) has taken a backseat. Just like the GDPR, the PECR focuses on streamlining digital interactions with customers, and although it has existed since 2003, the law is getting a major overhaul in line with the GDPR. Read more here.
When taking out a new insurance policy, it’s important you understand exactly what your policy covers as failure to do so may leave your business underinsured or unable to fully recover after a disaster. This is a common problem with Business Interruption (BI) insurance as policies are defined by both the indemnity period and the sum insured. So what exactly is an indemnity period?
Underinsurance remains an issue in the UK with an estimated 40% of businesses not being correctly covered. Nevertheless, there are simple steps you can take to kick the new year off, to update your insurance policies from 2017, and give your business a refresh with peace of mind that everything’s covered.
As a small business, it can be hard juggling your workload; your finances, your customers, your staff, where do you start?
Well here at Insync, we’ve got your insurance needs covered. Whatever type of business you are running, whether you’re self-employed or a business owner, we can help. That’s why we’ve created this blog post to give you an insight into which types of insurance you might need.
Employers’ Liability (EL) insurance protects your business from claims of negligence made by employees who have suffered an injury or ill health due to their work. To work out what your EL limits may be, here are 6 important things to consider.
When working on the go or travelling for work, it has become more important than ever before to take extra precautions to stay cyber safe. With more and more people relying on technology each day, cyber crime is becoming increasingly important as it can be detrimental to businesses and their reputations.
For adults that have age-related impairments or physical, mental or visual disabilities, it may be difficult for them to live independently in their own familiar surroundings. Domiciliary care organisations are able to provide these adults with specialised assistance which allows them to obtain a beneficial sense of self-reliance.
At Insync we provide cover for hundreds of gyms and fitness centres across the UK, including many start-up businesses. One of the most common questions we are asked is why does a gym need liability protection and what exactly does it cover?