How to create a home inventory

April 6, 2021
by anchoradmin
Category: CommunicationInsuranceProperty and Casualty

Tags: Home InventoryHomeowners Insurance

A list of your belongings will make filing an insurance claim much easier In the event of a fire or other disaster, would you be able to remember all your possessions? Having an up-to-date home inventory will help you get your insurance claim settled faster, verify losses for your income tax return and help you […]

Back to Basics 3 Simple Tips for Building Healthy Kids

March 31, 2021
by anchoradmin
Category: Custom ContentHealthWellness

Tags: Child NutritionHealthy ChoicesHealthy Living

Do these promises sound familiar? “When I have kids, I’ll never let them eat XYZ.” “My kids will always eat whatever I put in front of them.” “Our family will never eat out all the time.” We’ve all said them at some point in our lives and, whether we’ve started a family or are still […]

How to Help Employees Communicate More Effectively

March 17, 2021
by anchoradmin
Category: Communication

Tags: Communicationemployee engagement

In an ideal world, communication would be easy. We’d immediately know exactly what to say or write. Emails, Slack messages, and reply threads would practically write themselves. And there’d be no confusion about what anyone meant, ever. Of course, communication never works that way. We stare at the computer screen trying to decide how to […]

Ways Leadership Affects Culture and Culture Affects Leadership

March 8, 2021
by anchoradmin
Category: LeadershipWorkplace Leadership

Tags: LeadersWorkplace Culture

The remote work landscape changes some of this as employee communications can be more easily monitored and there are fewer “water cooler” moments on offer to begin with. But negativity can me a bit like trying to contain water in an enclosed space. If there’s a place for it to leak through, it likely will. […]

A Note on Requiring COVID-19 Vaccines

February 24, 2021
by anchoradmin
Category: COVID-19Nondiscrimination

Tags: COVID-19

With COVID-19 vaccinations underway and widespread availability in sight, many employers want to know whether they can require their employees to get the vaccine. While recent EEOC guidance implies that they expect many employers to require a vaccine, there are already several states where bills are being introduced to prevent employment discrimination against those who […]

Exploring EAPs

February 16, 2021
by anchoradmin
Category: Custom ContentEmployee Benefits

Tags: Employee Assistance ProgramEmployee Benefits

Employee Assistance Programs (EAP) are company-sponsored programs that provide assistance to employees for a variety of personal issues that may be hindering or adversely affecting their work performance. Typically offered through third-party administrators, EAPs can provide their services online or via telephone and can sometimes be a part of the employee’s healthcare plan, however it […]

Considerations for Communities of Faith

February 10, 2021
by anchoradmin
Category: COVID-19Uncategorized

Tags: CDC guidelinesCommunities of Faith

CDC offers the following general considerations to help communities of faith discern how best to practice their beliefs while keeping their staff and congregations safe.  Millions of Americans embrace worship as an essential part of life.  For many faith traditions, gathering together for worship is at the heart of what it means to be a […]

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