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Trade Credit Insurance: Is one of your Largest Assets Unprotected?

Accounts receivable typically make up 40% of a company’s assets. With past-due invoices and non-payments becoming more common, it becomes a very vulnerable asset. That’s where Trade Credit insurance comes in. Trade credit or accounts receivable insurance helps businesses protect the capital they have in reserve and stabilize cash flow…

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The Cost of Weight Loss Drugs is Rising, but There are Methods to Control Spending

Alex Alusheff

In the last year, Oswald clients spent more than $49 million on drugs that employees use to treat diabetes or, as has become the latest trend, induce weight loss. Drugs such as Ozempic® and Wegovy® became trendy weight loss alternatives in 2023, going viral on social media and talked up…

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Builders Risk: Owners and Contractors Alert

There’s a significant amount of risk involved in any construction project, so builders and contractors can’t be too careful when it comes to securing Builders Risk coverage for their projects. Oswald’s Design & Construction team recently attended the 2024 AGC Surety and Risk Management Conference, along with 600 of the…

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Don’t Get Burned by the Eclipse: Tips to Plan Ahead to Ensure Your Business Runs Smoothly and Your Family is Safe

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Northeast Ohio is in the global spotlight due to its position in the Path of Totality for the total solar eclipse on April 8. As the sun becomes completely covered by the moon, it will likely be dark enough for streetlights to come on and to see some stars –…

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Storms Among Storms: Spring Severe Weather Preparedness

The Climate Prediction Center at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration is forecasting above-average temperatures across the country this spring, as well as above-average precipitation in the central and eastern United States. Tornadoes, thunderstorms, floods – nature will continue outdoors as we respond to, and plan for, the health concerns…

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Culture of Health: Encouraging Primary Care (Part 4)

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A program and culture that drives individuals to interact with their primary care clinicians is one of the first and most important steps to moving towards a proactive approach of health management. By building trust with his or her primary care physician, an individual is more likely to follow guidance…

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Oswald Women’s Leadership Council: The Power of Belonging

Think of a time when you felt a strong sense of belonging to a team or organization. Now, consider a time when you felt like an outsider and didn’t fit in. Whether you felt safe, empowered, isolated or silenced, you probably haven’t forgotten how you were made to feel. Belonging –…

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Prime Farming Season is Coming Soon: Protect the Business From Nature’s Impact on Crops and Animals

Lila Thompson

Spring is just around the corner, which means farmers will be faced with new weather-related challenges and triumphs. However, there are multiple forms of insurance that farmers can use to protect their business when impacted by natural forces, and lenders often require such coverage to approve loans or financing for…

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The Spotlight is on Long-Term Care: Is it Good for Your Employees?

Kerryn Limongi

In recent years, long-term care has moved into the spotlight, and it is gaining traction, thanks to the Washington Cares Fund, which is funded by working residents of Washington state so they can have access to long-term care when they need it. Numerous states have since started to consider similar…

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The Hottest New Employee Benefit Might be Good for Recruitment and Retention, but is it Worth the Cost?

Drugs such as Ozempic®, Wegovy®, Mounjaro™ and Zepbound have become household names in a short period of time – and for good reason. They’re the latest way to lose weight, which is also making them the hottest new benefit an employer can provide. In fact, a recent survey showed that…

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