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How is the #metoo movement affecting insurance rates, and how can you get ahead?

There is not one way to gain success. There is not a magical set of steps that will lead you to it, nor a guidebook you can follow to help you achieve it. What you can do, however, is take cues from the people who claim to have achieved it.

True wellness programs have four core components. They put an emphasis on getting enough sleep, eating the right types of food, exercising a little bit each day and understanding when to take a break.

Cyber-insurance is a type of policy that is supposed to be designed to protect you and your business if you’re data is exposed. In an ideal world, cyber-insurance does two things: provide financial security for your business and a team to help you navigate the complex legal and regulatory environment.

Ollis/Akers/Arney is pleased to announce the appointment of Ann McDowell as its newest Board of Directors Member effective December 12, 2017. McDowell comes to Ollis/Akers/Arney with a wealth of knowledge and an extensive background in management, marketing and community service.

Oftentimes, we get discouraged from the start because we aren’t giving ourselves a chance to succeed from the very beginning. When setting goals, make sure they are S.M.A.R.T. goals.

During the holiday season it’s too easy for employees to distance themselves from their work and their organization. To retain talent through the holiday aftermath, you must make sure your employees stay engaged.

The holidays are supposed to be a time of fun and family not freakouts. That’s why we’ve compiled three easy tips for you to beat the holiday blues.

Changes in legislation and economic ability make it increasingly difficult for business owners to make insurance and benefits decisions. Industry experts are forecasting many more changes to be made over the next several years that will continue to impact your ability to find and purchase benefits packages for your employees.

We were so excited to have MJ Shaar come and speak with us at the 11th Annual Wellness Conference this past week. If you missed her talk, check out the post below for the helpful hints and highlights she provided, and make sure to register for next year’s conference!