Archive for April, 2016

April 26, 2016

Many churches support full time foreign missionaries who are usually associated with other para-church organizations and/or denominational headquarters.  However, in the past decade, many churches have chosen to send out their own short and intermediate term mission teams.  These teams are being sent for various reasons.  Primarily to help the people in the foreign country […]

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Your Experience Mod Is Your Workers’ Comp Identity

April 18, 2016

It is a fact that many employers actually overpay for their workers’ compensation premiums. According to the latest reports, employers are paying around 20% more in surcharges than they need to. Most surcharges come from increases in the experience modification factor (mod). The experience mod is a factor unique to each employer. In simple terms, […]

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Why Check Backgrounds?

April 12, 2016

Over the last several years, I have worked with churches who are still resisting background checks on staff members and all volunteers. Here are Good Reasons to background check from my insurance provider; Brotherhood Mutual-Comprehensive background checks should be part of your ministry’s programs. Choosing the right provider and services can be tricky, because when […]

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Food Safety Lessons From Chipotle

April 6, 2016

By now we have all heard about the food safety issues facing the Chipotle restaurant chain. Getting sick while eating out is actually a very common occurrence, and with Chipotle under the microscope, they may now actually be one of the safest places to eat. According to (foodpolitics.com) the main issue at Chipotle was linked […]

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