Protecting What Matters Most: Our Active Shooter Training for Clients
In today’s world, it’s unfortunate that we have to consider the possibility of an active shooter situation occurring in places we previously considered safe, such as schools and workplaces. As an insurance company, we take our responsibility to protect our clients seriously, which is why we are proud to offer active shooter training to our clients.
Henriott Launches Farm-to-Fork Risk Management Practice
Henriott launches a Risk Management Practice dedicated to the unique risks the food, beverage, and agribusiness industries encounter across their farm-to-fork supply chain.
Hurricane Ian Could Cripple Florida’s Home Insurance Industry
Hurricane Ian could cripple Florida’s already-fragile homeowners insurance market. Experts say a major storm like Ian could push some of those insurance companies into insolvency, making it harder for people to collect on claims.
5 Things to Consider When Selecting a Health Plan
Changing health plans is a major decision for any employer, regardless of size. Not only is health insurance a costly commitment, it also impacts recruitment capabilities, retention levels and overall employee satisfaction. The right plan can improve employee health, boost morale and increase attraction and retention rates without unduly straining an organization’s budget.
The Right Guy at the Right Time
Henriott’s Director of Client Risk Management, Zach Finn, will be speaking at the prestigious Insurance Industry Think Tank, the John Street Club, in New York on June 9th. He will be speaking on “The Pandemic, InsurTech and the Birth of Hybrid Insurance Companies”.
Distracted Driving Awareness Month
Put down the phone and pay attention; April is National Distracted Driving Awareness Month. According to a phone company survey, almost 100% of teens agree that texting and driving is dangerous, but half admitted to doing it anyway. It may take only a matter of seconds to glance at your phone, but, if you are driving at 60 miles an hour, your eyes were blind to the road while you drove the length of a football field. Please don’t text and drive.
Personal Cyber Coverage Insurance
Today’s society has grown increasingly digital in nature, with many individuals leveraging smart devices within their daily lives. Although this technology can offer various benefits, it can also make individuals more susceptible to cybercrime. Such incidents have steadily become more common and costly. In fact, the FBI reported receiving more than 800,000 complaints regarding cybercrimes in the past year, totaling $4.2 billion in overall expenses.
Complex Health Care Benefits Hinder Employees
Many individuals need help making sense of their options when receiving health services. In fact, a recent study from Quantum Health found that 8 out of 10 people said they faced challenges when receiving care. The study also noted that these challenges were worsened by benefits complexity. In other words, confusion toward health benefits can take a toll on employees in the workplace.
Gen Z Makes Their Move – Conexus
Conexus Indiana today announced the launch of Make IN Move, a statewide initiative to educate and inspire the next generation of Indiana’s advanced manufacturing and logistics talent. The effort aims to raise awareness of the hundreds of thousands of meaningful, high-tech and well-paying careers in advanced manufacturing and logistics and connect early-in-career talent to opportunities in these industries of the future.
Life Insurance – Do I Even Need it?
The Covid Pandemic has people buying life insurance with urgency. Industry statistics suggest that some Life Insurance Company’s business is up 50% during the month of March. People are realizing how many of their benefits are tied to their employment, which is fragile right now, and their health is potentially at risk. Seeking resolve looks different for every family.