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Thanksgiving Gratitude to You

With Thanksgiving just a few days away, I want to say thank you to our valued clients, from all of us here at Assured Neace Lukens. As your trusted insurance broker, you depend on us to provide protection for your business and life, and we are grateful for the opportunity to provide you with the […]

Healthy Recipe of the Month: Sweet Potato Casserole

The typical Thanksgiving meal usually includes an abundance of unhealthy food options, and for most of us a long nap after eating. This Thanksgiving, consider incorporating lighter versions of your holiday favorites like this five-ingredient sweet potato casserole recipe from Zywave. Low in fat and rich in flavor, this dish makes for a perfect side […]

Black Friday and Cyber Monday Shopping Safety Tips

For many people, shopping on Black Friday and Cyber Monday is an annual tradition. With thousands of people hitting the malls or the web, there is always a chance for something to go not as planned. Whether you’re shopping in stores or online, read on to learn some important tips. Black Friday The day after […]

Holiday Home Safety Tips

With the holidays right around the corner, many of you will either be hosting family or traveling to spend time with your loved ones. Here are some great tips for keeping your home safe during the holidays, no matter if you’re staying put or hitting the road: If you’re hosting Never leave candles unattended, and […]

Nov. 17, 2014 Compliance Observer Alert – HHS Extends Deadline for Submission of Enrollment Counts for the Transitional Reinsurance Program

November 17, 2014 HHS Extends Deadline for Submission of Enrollment Counts for the Transitional Reinsurance Program! The Department of Health and Human Services has received requests for an extension of the deadline for contributing entities to submit their 2014 enrollment counts for the transitional reinsurance program contributions under 45 CFR 153.405(b). The deadline has now […]

Fleet Safety Newsletter – November 2014

Winter Driving Winter brings special hazards to the transportation industry. From December to March, nearly every part of the country can expect some days when the temperature drops into the 30′s and often this is accompanied by some form of precipitation. Road moisture can turn to ice crystals on Cold temperature days, especially in shadows. […]

RMSC Safety Sentinel – November 2014

November, 2014 Addressing Occupational Noise Exposures OSHA estimates that more than 10 million U.S. workers have already lost part of their hearing; furthermore the agency considers another 30 million workers “at risk”. In fact, occupational noise exposure is likely the greatest employee health concern facing many industrial employees. There are three main points to understand […]

A Look at the Affordable Care Act: Employer Mandate Information for Large Groups

As part of health care reform, the Affordable Care Act includes the employer mandate. The employer mandate requires applicable large employers to offer affordable, minimum value coverage to full time employees and their dependents, or face a penalty. This penalty is often referred to as employer shared responsibility or pay or play penalties. Back in […]

Prepping Your Home for Winter

Winter weather can be tough on a home. Between the snow, ice, wind, and freezing temperatures, your home works hard to keep you warm and dry. Regular seasonal maintenance can go a long way in helping your home do its job in the winter. Schedule time to prep your home for cold weather this weekend, […]

The Growing Concept of Integrated Project Delivery

Organizations that work in the construction industry are familiar with handling the many complexities and risks of their projects. There are many ways to manage these projects, but one trend we’re seeing is the growing concept of Integrated Project Delivery. According to a KPMG whitepaper, Integrated Project Delivery (IPD) is defined as a collaborative approach […]

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