Insurance People of North Carolina is the largest insurer of Charter Schools in the Carolinas – there is a reason for that. Check out our webinar that showcases our process on how we help mitigate risks and improve their bottom line. Our agency values education and loves to help schools reach their true potential! Special thanks to the Charter School Business Network, Leaders Building Leaders, and the North Carolina Association for Public Charter Schools for hosting us!
North Carolina, South Carolina, and Virginia have already declared states of emergency as they anticipate the potential impacts from Hurricane Florence. Current computer models agree that the storm is heading for the Carolinas and could hit land as a Category 3 or Category 4 Hurricane (111+ mph winds). Many residents that have lived in the area for the past 20 years understand the detrimental powers a hurricane of this size can bring – Hurricanes Fran (1996) and Floyd (1999). Being ready for a natural disaster can save money, time, property, and lives. Here are 5 crucial tips on the best…
Arguably one of the most regulated government agencies is the Occupational Safety and Health Administration, also known as OSHA. For a small business, trying to keep up with all of these regulations can be frustrating when trying to determine things like what should I record, who do I submit it to and what kind of business am I “classified” (according to them) as.
In today’s busy world, everything is done instantly through cell phones. I don’t know about you, but I’ve gone as far as turning my car around halfway through my dreadful stop-and-go-traffic commute once I realized I didn’t have my phone. Even though I didn’t plan on using it for any specific purpose throughout the day, just knowing it was with me was all I needed. Legions of companies have capitalized on our cell phone obsessions by giving us games, social media, and other time wasters but some companies want to use this technology for the greater good.