9 Ways Your Employees Can Help You Fight Cybercrime

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Every day, more than 1 million people become victims of cybercrime, according to a study by Symantec, the computer security company. Hackers are typically to blame. But employees also can unintentionally trigger attacks if, for example, they happen to click on a malicious link. Here are 9 ways your employees can join you in the battle… Read more »

What Childcare Centers Can Do to Reduce Wrongful Termination Lawsuits

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Negligence is a legal concept that most childcare center operators know all too well. They fully understand they can be sued for liability if they fail to supervise and educate children in a safe and clean environment. But what about the liability that centers have to their staff? Childcare and early-education employees today expect a… Read more »

Case Study: An Eye for Details Yields Big Workers’ Compensation Savings

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BUSINESS: Medical laboratory EMPLOYEES: 99 THE CHALLENGE: When it comes to workers’ compensation, a company’s experience modification rate, or E-Mod, can be the difference between night and day, profit and loss, exotic travel and staycations. A national workers’ comp rate-setting body determines a company’s E-Mod based on its record of injury claims in the workplace…. Read more »

Is Your Homeowner’s Policy Keeping Up In the Hot Real Estate Market?

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If you’re like most homeowners, the past few years have been cause for celebration. Home prices in Denver and elsewhere in Colorado have climbed steadily, even dramatically in some areas, and equity gains have been so strong that people are leveraging their real estate to remodel their homes or even buy a place in the… Read more »

A Renewed Push to Build More Condos in Colorado

Anyone hoping to buy a condominium in Colorado may soon get some good news – assuming the state legislature can overcome a few hurdles and objections. Condos are tough to find in our state because of the way construction-defect laws are written. Reform efforts have failed in the past but state lawmakers this year are… Read more »

CCIG to Sponsor 21st Annual Denver Business Journal 40 Under 40

GREENWOOD VILLAGE, COLO., Feb. 7, 2017 – CCIG, one of the largest and fastest-growing independent commercial and personal insurance brokerages in Colorado, is sponsoring the 21st Annual Denver Business Journal 40 Under 40 this spring. The awards program recognizes 40 outstanding local professionals under age 40 for their business success and community contributions. This year, the Business… Read more »

Insurance Industry Sees Job Growth, More to Come

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The latest U.S. jobs report contained plenty of good news for a number of industries, including the insurance field. The financial sector, which includes insurance, was one of the areas where employment levels rose most. Insurance carriers and related businesses added 9,000 or so jobs. Overall, employers added 227,000 jobs in January, crushing the expectations… Read more »

Cyber Hacks: An Insurance Risk Like No Other

A bead of sweat rolls down the CEO’s forehead as her computer screen flashes red.  An alert warns her that IT sensors have detected a cyber-attack against her company. She and her team have to quickly figure out how to block the attack. The CEO’s mind races. Will the security systems the company put in… Read more »