Myths About Directors & Officers Liability

Posted on: October 1, 2015 by Care Providers Insurance

Lawsuits against Directors and Officers on nonprofit boards are increasing at an alarming rate. Still, many find themselves under insured and completely unaware of the fact that directors’ and officers’ personal assets are at risk without D&O insurance. In today’s society, nonprofits and their boards commonly face allegations of wrongdoing that wrack up some large bills. […] Read More

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How to Make a Workplace Safety Plan

Posted on: September 9, 2015 by Care Providers Insurance

Any organization can be the victim to workplace violence. With careful planning, an organization will be able to identify and diffuse situations before they develop. Additionally, organizations will be better able to respond to a crisis. Here are three steps to help your organization avoid workplace violence: Step 1: Assess your risk, and take prevention […] Read More

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3 Things Nonprofits Should Think About When Making SMART Goals

Posted on: June 19, 2015 by Care Providers Insurance

Most nonprofit organizations use the SMART goal-setting strategy to outline their future success. Generally, the letters break down as follows: Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Relevant, and Timely. Although getting SMART with your goals will help your organization focus its efforts, today’s fast-paced and dynamic business environments require nonprofits to break out of traditional models of thinking. […] Read More

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Child Service Groups Under Fire for Psychiatric Drug Use

Posted on: February 27, 2015 by Care Providers Insurance

On Tuesday February 25th, California lawmakers gathered in Sacramento to discuss the overuse of psychiatric drugs on foster children in the state. These lawmakers are pledging to improve the lives of thousands of vulnerable teems after more than a decade of what they say is government inaction, according to an article published in The Press […] Read More

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