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Workplace Wellness

Workplace Wellness


Workplace wellness isn’t just a buzzword anymore. Employee health and wellness programs have existed for decades now, but today, they are viewed somewhat differently in the workplace. They are quickly becoming game changers and a fundamental strategy for employers with respect to attracting and retaining employees. And as far as wellness programs go, the size of your organization doesn’t matter anymore. All businesses, of all sizes in all industries are facing the same HR challenges, just to different degrees.

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Do you find Employee Benefits Terminology Confusing?

Do you find Employee Benefits Terminology Confusing?


Group Benefits, for the average employee is something they may be lucky enough to have, but can often times be extremely complicated to understand. We are an industry full of “insurance speak” and with an unbelievable amount of acronyms. In today’s environment where employers are shifting some of the costs to employees in an effort to ensure sustainability, it makes sense to have a good understanding of at least the very basics. We call that being a “good consumer”.

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EasyInsure Can Drive A Success

EasyInsure Can Drive A Success


EasyInsure held its annual food bank caned food drive this week and Dain Meyer's efforts to help our local community paid off with our best ever food drive. Thanks to Dain Meyer and all the staff that participated in this years very successful food drive.

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Gore Mutual Insurance Company Foundation donates $1,000 to ICHA 14th Annual HandiCapable Fishing Derby

Gore Mutual Insurance Company Foundation donates $1,000 to ICHA 14th Annual HandiCapable Fishing Derby


Thank you Gore Mutual Insurance Company Foundation for donating $1,000 to the ICHA 14th Annual HandiCapable Fishing Derby!

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Is Travel Insurance Really Worth the Price?

Is Travel Insurance Really Worth the Price?


There are plenty of excuses for not buying travel insurance. “I'm healthy so what's the worst that can happen?” or “It's the airline's responsibility if they lose my bags!” Even more likely, perhaps you've thought, “Travel insurance companies are always trying to scare you with the worst case scenarios to get you to buy insurance!”

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