Moving Past the COVID Chaos: Tips for Your Insurance, Finances, and Business - July 8, 2020

July 08, 2020
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The article below from Insurance News Net reports that most employers have not at the present time cut back on sponsoring employee benefits, to save money. They are doing so in other ways. 

But has your employer cut back? And has this included group life insurance? If so, good offers are now available in the marketplace. 

 

"Covid-19 Accelerates Banks’ Move To Digitalization"

From Wealth Advisor:

* Covid-19 might be just what financial organizations needed to move beyond talking about going digital to implementing digital capabilities broadly across their organization. A new report, The Future of Work in Banking, from Digital Banking Report takes an optimistic view of the future, at least for those organizations who are prepared.

 

"How This Bergen County Pizzeria Survived COVID-19 Pandemic, Opened Third Storefront

From Daily Voice:

* Thankfully, his customer base and community were "amazingly supportive," Reina said. Without them, things right now could be different.

"I was very nervous every morning about how the day was going to go from a sales standpoint," Reina said. "But after that first week, I saw things were pretty steady for the most part and felt a little bit of relief as the days and weeks went on."

Last Wednesday, Reina opened Francesca's third location on Broadway, in Fair Lawn. Sure, it happened later than expected, but Reina knows he's lucky.

 

"How to Embrace the New Normal of Remote Work"

From Inc:

* For business owners in the knowledge economy, these implications are critical. It's not just that we use Zoom or Teams. It's that our workers have changed as a result of this instant cultural shift that has been forced upon them. Here are three big takeaways and how to embrace this new normal. 

  

"Few Employers Thinking Of Dropping Coverage, EBRI Says"

From Insurance News Net:

* EBRI’s study showed employers believe “health care is too emotionally charged to be on the table.” Instead, employers are looking to save costs through furloughs, salary decreases and cuts to 401(k) matches.

 

Here's a short video from Steve on how you can purchase insurance in these changing times....Watch Here