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When you put in so much work and dedication into your business you want to make sure that it is protected. In most states, having a business insurance policy is the law. A Business Operating Policy (BOP) can help to protect you and your employees.
Even if you are just starting out and don’t even have a full staff, an insurance policy that covers your interests and protects you from liability issues can save you money. Don’t get stuck paying…Continue
Posted on July 2, 2019 at 5:49pm
Many small businesses don’t think about hiring a business attorney until a customer files a lawsuit against them. They decide it’s a waste of money and assume it will be just fine. Unfortunately, this decision will eventually come back and bite them in a painful place.
Business attorneys are there to protect you and your business. They are on your side if you are hit with a lawsuit. They can advise you on all areas of the law, including contract law. Hiring an attorney after something…Continue
Posted on March 22, 2019 at 6:28pm
If you’ve ever wanted to gain first-hand healthcare experience, and the opportunity to work alongside licensed physicians, training to become a medical scribe could be the best decision you ever make. The job is especially suited to pre-med students as it provides them with real-life experience that gives them an edge over other applicants later in their careers. Need more convincing? Below are five great reasons to become a medical scribe.
Posted on January 12, 2019 at 8:23pm
For many people, Thailand is just a country to go on vacation. For others, however, it is a place to live as an expat and find work. If you are the latter, you are in luck: Thailand is one of the most friendly and welcoming countries when it comes to foreigners looking for work. Most of the jobs exist in teaching English as a foreign language, but many opportunities exist for those who want to work in other industries such as tourism or IT. In fact, there is a huge variety of different jobs…Continue
Posted on October 18, 2018 at 6:30am