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Post Summary for the Week of July 3rd - July 10th | Human Resources Total Rewards Through The Lens Of COVID-19 Post-Coronavirus Return-To- Work Plans And EAPs Addressing Bias In The Workplace Engaging Remote Employees With Learning Corporate Social Responsibility And Recruiting | Operations HIPAA Compliance For Business Associates IRS: Employers Must Report Pay For FFCRA Leave On...

Post Summary for the Week of June 27th - July 2nd | Human Resources Live Well, Work Well Newsletter – July 2020 DOL Launches Employee Tool For Assessing FFCRA Leave Eligibility Managing Grieving Employees Boosting Self-Motivation For Remote Employees | Operations Application Deadline For Small Business Loans Extended Establishing Company Culture In The Remote Workplace | Commercial Insurance Excess...

Excess liability insurance (ELI), more commonly known as umbrella insurance, is one of the most important types of insurance your company can buy.

It protects your business from holes or limits in existing policy coverage as well as from financially draining lawsuits. Just as you carry an umbrella to protect you from a potential downpour, ELI protects your company from the types of claims that could close your business.