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Apr 18

4 Techniques for Recruiting Top Talent

Posted by Sarah Munson in the category McClone Community
words "Time for Change. We're hiring." etched into wooden sign haning on concrete wall

by: Zach Kaiser & Adam Terrell, Strategic Risk Advisors We hear it day in and day out, “If I could just find good people.” or “There is no one out there these days that wants to work.” Unfortunately these statements are true. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), Wisconsin, Illinois and Indiana have an average unemployment rate of [read more…]

Mar 14

The Dangers of Cybersecurity in Construction

Posted by Sarah Munson in the category Business Risk
Computer login screen with picture of a lock in front

by: Troy Carlson, Strategic Risk Advisor Most of us have emails filling our inboxes throughout each workday. Often, it seems like a job in and of itself just to keep up with them. When an invoice comes across your desk, you typically review it, approve it or reject it, and move on. Imagine your surprise when you receive an email [read more…]

Mar 03

Types of Medicare Options

Posted by Sarah Munson in the category Personal Risk
stethescope in the shape of a heart laying on top of an explanation of benefits

Beginning Thursday, March 9th, our team will be hosting weekly Medicare educational seminars at a location near you! Join us as our team of experts help you sort through all the information about Medicare that may be causing confusion, stress and worry. We will educate you in how to identify the Medicare options that meet your or your loved ones personal [read more…]

Oct 18
Aug 17

Are you or a Loved One Experiencing Medicare Overload?

Posted by Sarah Munson in the categories Healthcare News, McClone Community, Personal Risk
stethescope in the shape of a heart laying on top of an explanation of benefits

Beginning September 8th, our team will be hosting weekly Medicare educational seminars at a location near you! Join us as our team of experts help you sort through all the information about Medicare that may be causing confusion, stress and worry. We will educate you in how to identify the Medicare options that meet your or your loved ones personal care [read more…]

Aug 02

Auto Emergency Kit – Are you prepared?

Posted by Sarah Munson in the category Personal Risk

by: AJ Weisheipl 10 Items to Include in Your Kit You’re driving on the highway when you notice that your car isn’t controlling as well as it normally would. So you pull over to find you have a flat tire. When you go to get your spare, you realize you don’t have the right tools! Nobody wants to be in [read more…]

Jul 28

Riding Your Bike? How to not get hit by a car

Posted by Sarah Munson in the category McClone Community
picture of bike in bike lane

by: Martin Jansen I am a regular commuter on many forms of two wheel transportation.  On a bicycle, you can be particularly vulnerable to daily traffic.  In your best boy scout behavior and as echoed in the song from the Lion King your best bet is to “Be Prepared”.  You can start by making sure that your equipment is in [read more…]

Jul 13

10 Causes of Distracted Driving – what do they all have in common?

Posted by Sarah Munson in the category McClone Community
Drivers hand on car steering wheel

It’s no surprise that distracted driving is a major cause of car-related injuries and deaths. In fact, it’s estimated that roughly 25% of motor vehicle accident fatalities are a result of distracted driving. But what causes us to be distracted while driving in the first place? A Pennsylvania-based insurance company examined data from the Fatality Analysis Reporting System, which surveys all American motor vehicle [read more…]

Jun 10
May 20

Eat Fresh. Support Local.

Posted by Sarah Munson in the category McClone Community

Wisconsin Farmers’ Market – 2016 After a long winter, there is nothing better than the summer farmers market throughout Wisconsin. It’s a chance for local growers to showcase the bounty of their hard work while we get a refreshing break and change of scenery from the grocery store. Throw in some live music, crafts, fresh flowers and clean summer air, [read more…]