Insight & advice from the experts at Marshall & Sterling
When outside temperatures begin to drop, one of the costliest consequences is the increased energy it takes to maintain a comfortable home temperature. Though it may be tempting to simply lower the temperature on a thermostat, there are several ways to lower your utility bill while staying warm and cozy. With this in mind, consider these tips to reduce your monthly utility bills in the winter.
The DOT drug testing rules require employees in certain safety-sensitive positions to be tested for Schedule 1 drugs. As a result, these developments have raised questions about whether these employees may use a derivative of marijuana called cannabidiol (CBD) and whether these developments have any other effect on the drug testing rules.
As fall and winter bring colder temperatures, the warm interior of your home can provide shelter, breeding spaces and access to nourishment for household pests. Keep the following tips in mind when working to keep pests out of your home.
Everyday life is hectic enough without the added stress of the holidays. Levels of burnout are high, so here are some tips to help avoid and manage this issue so you can enjoy the holidays.
Ensure that your homeowners policy limits correspond to the cost to rebuild in case of a natural disaster, whether it is a wildfire, hurricane or flood.
Although you may be excited about gaining another hour in your day, DST can wreak havoc on your physical and cognitive health for several days, weeks or even months. Here are 4 tips to help:
New York City salary transparency law goes into effect on November 1, 2022. The Westchester County salary transparency law goes into effect on November 6, 2022.
In order to keep your organization safe from cybercriminals, cybersecurity must become an integral part of company culture—something that is valued and upheld by every member of the organization.
The Consumer Price Index warranted increases in some benefits figures for 2023—for a full summary and charts of key 2023 figures that are of interest to employers and sponsors of benefit plans, please click here.
On Oct. 11, 2022, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) published instructions for employers to continue using the Employment Eligibility Verification form (Form I-9) when hiring new employees until a new version of the form is published.