PSA Perspective

  1. Get Your Head in the Game: Six “How-Tos” to Create a Super Bowl-Winning Workplace Safety Culture

    All around the country, cleats are hitting the turf as NFL players throw everything they have into drills and scrimmages at training camp. While you’re enjoying a baseball game, grabbing an ice cream cone, or relaxing at the beach, NFL players are training hard—why? Because you can’t stumble into winning the Super Bowl. The same […]

  2. PSA in Good Health August Tips

    Stress Response You undoubtedly face multiple demands each day, such as taking on a huge workload, paying the bills and taking care of your family. Your body treats these so-called minor hassles as threats. As a result, you may feel as if you’re constantly under attack. Check out this month’s In Good Health flyer to […]

  3. Are Volunteers Covered Under Workers Compensation or Liability Policy?

    Volunteers are an incredible asset to countless organizations and businesses, from schools and non-profits to eldercare centers and hospitals. According to the latest study by the Corporation for National and Community Service, about 77.34 million people volunteered through an organization last year. The cost-savings of using volunteers are substantial, adding up to an estimated value […]

  4. Employee Benefits Compliance Updates (Benefit Minute)

    This issue of the Benefit Minute provides a recap of some recent regulatory activity affecting employee benefits compliance.

  5. Jetting Off? Dodge Disaster with this Vacation Checklist

    You’ve packed your vacation gear and checked your list twice, but what about everything you’re leaving behind? If you’re in and out of the house a lot this summer or you have a big vacation or road trip coming up to end the season, you could be leaving your home and possessions at risk. Download […]

  6. Can’t Cover Your Cannabis Biz? Making Sense of the Current Cannabis Insurance Marketplace

    The Cannabis insurance market remains limited. Whether you own a dispensary, grow facility, processing operation, or testing lab, for the most part, cannabis businesses can only buy insurance from a handful of insurers. Additionally, cannabis entrepreneurs are often surprised to learn that their cannabis insurance policies are much more restrictive than policies covering their other […]

  7. Your “Sacrifice” Strategy Isn’t Working. Stop Drifting Your Life Away.

    Workplace burnout is an ever-increasing challenge for many businesses. Each year, it seems we’re asked to do more with less when it comes to our jobs, and according to PSA Partnership Seminar speaker, Dominick Quartuccio, people are using one strategy to meet the rising work demands: sacrifice.

  8. PSA in Good Health July Tips

    Avoid Food Poisoning this Summer According to the CDC, approximately one in six Americans fall ill due to foodborne illness each year, with the onset of the summer months increasing your risk. Stay safe by following these important rules. For more information, click on the buttons below to download the flyers in English and Spanish, […]

  9. Final Rule Expands Availability of Health Reimbursement Arrangements (Benefit Minute)

    On June 20, 2019, the Departments of Labor, Treasury and Health and Human Services published a final regulation regarding Health Reimbursement Arrangements (HRA). The regulation is intended to fulfill the President’s Executive Order directing the agencies to expand the availability and use of HRAs by employers. While the final rule allows for two new types […]