Start Your Year Right! Choose Health and Safety!
Work-related injuries and illnesses can cost your business thousands in legal costs and compensation. As a business owner, you should already be aware that Employers’ Liability cover is a legal requirement for any company that has employees, excluding non-limited family businesses where every single employee is an immediate family member. With the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) Statistics of 2017-2018, it is not hard to see why. Read on to find out the most common causes of injury in the workplace so that you can prevent unnecessary claims!
Charitable donations peak during November and December according to research conducted by the CAF. Unfortunately, not everyone is in the giving mood and instead target charities from the inside. The National Fraud Intelligence Bureau (NFIB) released a national alert earlier this year highlighting the insider threat of fraudsters and cybercriminals to charities with statistics that are an eyeopener to the amount of insider fraud that occurs year in year out across an overwhelming number of charities.
As a business owner, there are few things more horrifying than finding out you’re underinsured after a disaster. The number of businesses that are underinsured is shocking and the consequences of not having the correct cover in place can sink a business. Fortunately, if you address it before disaster strikes you could save your business from collapse.
With more than 4 billion views on YouTube every day, the numbers speak for themselves when it comes to the reach of online videos. But what could video content do for your business?
When done well, video content can serve as a great asset to your marketing and brand awareness efforts. Read on for some tips on how simple video marketing can boost your online presence.
Since the decision to leave the EU in 2016, the ways manufacturing organisations are conducting business outside of the UK in changing. With much of the world prepare to pay up to 22% more for British-made goods, read how you manufacturing business can make the most of this opportunity.
With GDPR just around the corner, it’s becoming a popular topic of conversation among many businesses. Organisations who do not comply with the new law will face fines of up to €20 million (approx. £18 million) and potential damage to their reputation. In this blog post we give you 12 simple tips on how to prepare your business for the GDPR.
If your business operates in the construction sector, you’ll know how complex it can be managing supply chain risks, and how there is increasing pressure on managing, mitigating and transferring them effectively. Such delays can impact the commercial, design, logistical, quality and safety risks, which often negatively influence the businesses operations, project management and reputation. Read how you can efficiently manage your supply chain risk.
Simply put, motor fleet insurance is cover for multiple business vehicles on a single policy. These can be all the same type of vehicle, or a combination of cars, vans and trucks. Many insurers offer cover for fleets of at least 5 vehicles, however here at Insync we can cover fleets with 3+ vehicles. Read our blog post to learn more about motor fleet insurance and whether your business needs it.