- Business Interruption – Business Interruption Insurance keeps you financially stable if you are forced to vacate your business premises. You can continue to provide your employees with pay and manage bills during the period in which the business cannot operate.
- Attract top Talent – Getting the top people has always been an important part of business planning. It is important to keep your employees engaged and energized in the business process and planning.
- Social Media Activity – Social media can be a good tool to enhance your businesses brand and reputation. The downside is that social media can also be inflammatory. We recommend that you have a social media policy that outlines what employees can and cannot post regarding your business.
- Regulatory Risk -The regulatory climate is always changing for businesses. Almost every month there is some new law, regulation, or statue with which your business must now comply. Remember, your business insurance generally does not cover fines or penalties imposed by Local, State, or the Federal Government.
A Texas Business Insurance Update In a recent study conducted by the Business Continuity Institute, the threat of cyber-attack is one of the biggest fears of large companies. However, did you know that according to the Insurance Information Institute, small businesses actually have a greater chance of having a cyber-attack than they do of having a fire? It is very important that your Texas business insurance program have cyber coverage. If you are not sure you have this coverage, call our office today. Other Business Concerns Our clients often share current business insurance and risk concerns with us, and together we help find solutions. Some of these include: