Make Sure to Insure All Aspects of Your Business

The minute you start a business, you are immediately exposed to certain risks. The importance of having the right business insurance cannot be overstated. Our knowledgeable agents at Worldwide Risk Management, Inc. in Portland, Maine can help you fully assess your business insurance needs and find the right coverage at the best available rates. Types of Business Insurance Businesses today have a wide range of... Read Article

How to Prevent Your Business from Being Hacked

A business of any size may be vulnerable to a data breach. Cyber attacks have become a frightening reality for individuals and organizations in recent years. Business owners should do all they can to secure their websites and customer information. If your business stores passwords, credit card numbers, or any form of sensitive client or customer information, be aware that hackers have you in their... Read Article

Follow These Tips to Make Your Workplace Happier

Need a few tips to keep your employees happier over the next few months? We have gathered together a few simple tips that are designed to keep employees productive and happy at the work place. Here are a few tips to get you started: Give yourself and your employees permission to be happy. Make employees feel like they don’t have to act serious or try to be “professional”... Read Article

Why a Growing Business Needs to Look Into Key Person Insurance

In a small, thriving business, the death of a key employee could cause the business to collapse. It could be an owner, a founder, a key salesperson, or another important player in a growing concern. Life is full of uncertainties. Key person insurance helps protect your business should the unexpected happen. How Key Person Insurance Works Key person insurance is life insurance on a key... Read Article

Protecting Your Business From the Dangers of Winter

The winter months bring in weather systems that can lead to heavy property damage as well as a higher incidence of employee illness, power outages, and the possibility of weather-related closures. Sub-zero temperatures can lead to burst pipes and flooding and leave business owners dealing with an expensive clean-up. These dangerous conditions can also increase the risk of employees, customers, or clients slipping and falling... Read Article