Tag Archive: business risk management

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Does your business have a strong  “corporate veil” in place?

by | July 28, 2022

When it comes to legal matters and liabilities your business may face, there must be a shield of separation in place to protect your personal liabilities and everything you have work to accomplish in your business. It’s time to deploy the "corporate veil" – strategically leverage your business’ legal entity structure as a risk mitigation tool.

Marijuana- What Employers Should Know

by | December 11, 2012

This week’s blog from Lauren Burgon Washington voters approved Initiative 502 on November 6th leaving many Washington employers wondering how and if they should be amending their policies regarding drug use. While the passage of Initiative 502 decriminalizes, regulates, and taxes the recreational use and sale of marijuana in the state of Washington, marijuana use... View Article

Feeling overwhelmed? Need to reduce risks… have too many big issues in front of you?…. Do something! You’ll feel better

by | July 12, 2011

Today’s guest blog comes from Dave Shapiro, a group leader at Excell CEO.  Dave mentors CEOs and business owners throughout the Puget Sound and West Coast to help them gain clarity about what is holding their company back and what will propel it to even greater heights. —————————————— One of the toughest issues to face is uncertainty…... View Article

Change is Constant in Business

by | May 16, 2011

Today’s guest blog post comes from Matt Bryant of Baldwin Resource Group, a risk management and insurance consultant  with a focus on identification, evaluation, and classification of risk and subsequent development of risk management programs for organizations.   Matt will be a panelist at our upcoming Equinox Focus event “Thrive in the Upturn” on May 25. —————————- For... View Article