Blame culture is everywhere. Claims can be made by people who aren't even your clients. Here's who needs professional indemnity insurance - and why.
It's all very well showing concern for your staff's physical health. But positive mental health is just as important and boosts productvity. Here's how.
What's cyberchondria? And how does it affect you? Here's everything you need to know about the latest and oddest-sounding problem for businesses to deal with
Do you offer professional advice, consultancy or specialist services? Then the answer to 'do I need professional indemnity insurance?' is 'yes'. Here's why.
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Employee benefits like wellbeing plans aren't just for big businesses. Flexible packages are ideal for smaller outfits and are a big hit with staff.
Mental ill health costs businesses more than £1000 per employee per year. Workplace education, openness and stress support helps boost employee wellbeing.
A compensation claim for injury, damage or alleged poor teaching can easily leave you dancing to someone else's tune. Dance teacher insurance can help.
Here's some noteworthy reasons why music teachers need insurace and a look at what types of cover can help them stay protected.
Who needs PI insurance? Who doesn't, more like. These professional indemnity claims examples serve as a warning of what can go wrong, and how much it costs.
Whether you tutor at home or elsewhere, public liability insurance protects you if there's a claim a student was hurt, or their property damaged.
There's evidence that untreated teeth and gum problems can lead to more serious health concerns - whiich is why conquering a fear of the dentist is crucial.
Sitting at a desk all day puts people at greater risk of deep vein thrombosis - a potentially fatal blood clot. Here's some ideas for minimising the danger.