Fall Driving Hazards

Driving in the fall creates a new set of seasonal risks for drivers. From shorter days to increased road obstacles, drivers need to be on guard for fall-related hazards and know how to prevent a crash. REDUCED VISIBILITY The fall season brings shorter days and reduced visibility while driving. This can affect your depth perception,…

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Deeley Serves – November 2020

Deeley Insurance Group is proud to donate to the Emmanuel Wesleyan Adopt-a-Block Outreach program. This programs provides over 200 households with groceries twice a month, a mobile food pantry for over 200 students at seven elementary schools in Wicomico County, an emergency food pantry, and a clothing closet available to the public. To learn more…

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The Pandemic & The Plan

Addressing the What-Ifs Creating A Comprehensive Business Continuity Plan Prior To The Pandemic Made Adapting Easier A pandemic? That rarely happens. What are the chances? When Deeley Insurance Group sat down in 2017 to create a business continuity plan, they started with a boilerplate guide for dealing with interruptions like power outages and natural disasters.…

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The Rise of Cybersecurity Risks in the Construction Industry

Cybersecurity attacks are making headlines these days, and the construction industry is not immune. For some construction companies, recent ransomware attacks have led to the loss of confidential data or a systems shutdown. Cyberattacks can take many forms, and as they adopt more technological solutions, construction companies need to prepare to defend themselves. From project,…

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Recruiting Post-Coronavirus

While unemployment rates remain high, many employers may find themselves struggling to connect with the right candidates. Current Employment Market According to the Society for Human Resource Management, job seekers in the post-coronavirus employment market are prioritizing safety in the workplace and looking for stability with career-oriented opportunities rather than short-term employment. Employers may want…

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2020 Workforce Survey Reveals How COVID-19 Has Impacted the Industry

The Associated General Contractors of America recently released its 2020 Workforce Survey results, outlining the latest labor trends within the construction sector. This year’s survey focused primarily on how COVID-19 has impacted the industry—analyzing the effects of the ongoing pandemic as it relates to project demand, workforce stability and job site productivity. Project Demand Fallout…

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Cybersecurity Tips for Businesses

October is National Cybersecurity Awareness Month. As a leader, now is the time to take ownership in promoting cybersecurity with your employees: “If you connect it, protect it.” It’s crucial for businesses to stay cyber-secure in order to safeguard company data, protect customers’ personal information and ensure employee privacy. “Do Your Part. #BeCyberSmart.” Establish policies…

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Preparing for an OSHA Visit

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) is the government agency that monitors and enforces compliance with workplace safety laws. Under the Occupational Safety and Health Act, Compliance Safety and Health Officers (CSHOs) have the authority to inspect the facilities of any employer subject to OSHA’s regulations. Common Reasons for an OSHA Inspection: Imminent danger…

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