According to industry experts, the average cost of a data breach is nearly $6 million. And while many organizations understand the importance of preparing for a breach, few understand what it could cost to recover from an attack and what cyber criminals might be after.
Employees Who Complete the Sexual Harassment Training in 2019 Do Not Have to Repeat It Until 2021 Under a new law enacted on Aug. 30, 2019, California employers with five or more employees now have until Jan. 1, 2021, rather than Jan. 1, 2020, to comply with new sexual harassment prev
Should I shop for other options? This is a question many business owners struggle with about changing their commercial insurance. They want to ensure that they are getting the best value and the most protection. The market is very complex, making it hard for business owners to know ho
Workers’ compensation is a system of no-fault insurance that provides medical and monetary benefits to employees (or their survivors) for work-related injuries, diseases and deaths. The California Workers’ Compensation Act (WCA) imposes several obligations on employers and includes fi
Layoffs are an unfortunate reality for many businesses. Whether a layoff is planned or unplanned, a business can suffer major reputational harm or even be taken to court following a large-scale termination. In fact, it’s not unheard of for layoffs (and even just the threat of layoffs)