Posted by Nina Terenzi on May 10, 2022

In April 2020 when the worldwide COVID-19 pandemic erupted, the U.S. shed nearly 21 million jobs. Analysts at the time forecasted a difficult climb back - yet two years later the biggest workforce challenge facing the U.S. economy is not joblessness, but persistent labor shortages that cut across market sectors. In fact, The U.S.

Posted by Nina Terenzi on Apr 13, 2022

Avoiding Fires in Commercial Properties

Posted by Nina Terenzi on Mar 10, 2022

Each year, The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) releases their list of the top 10 most common safety violations to help bring awareness and prevention to hazards in the workplace.

Posted by Nina Terenzi on Dec 07, 2021

Frigid temperatures, snowstorms, icy roadways and surfaces, and strong winds are all a product of New England winters. These conditions present hazards to everyone, not the least of which are employees who spend a significant part of their workday outside. From illness to injuries, exposure, and even fatalities, it’s important for employers to take necessary precautions to protect them.

Posted by Nina Terenzi on Nov 02, 2021

Whether you just made your first big purchase and need to obtain an auto insurance policy, or you’ve been working with your local agent for decades, there is a lot of insurance jargon written into your policy that you may not be familiar with. The first step in understanding your coverage and making sure it fully suits your needs is to learn the language.

Posted by Nina Terenzi on Apr 01, 2021

Whether you’re starting your own small business from scratch or growing a side hustle into a larger business, it’s essential that you understand your insurance options. On average, less than half of all small businesses (500 employees or fewer) will survive beyond five years.

Posted by Nina Terenzi on Feb 05, 2021

At Eastern Insurance, we attribute the majority of our success to the quality of our employees. From their dedication to providing the highest level of customer service to their commitment to supporting other employees and the communities we serve, we’re tremendously proud of our team. One employee who is the epitome of an individual we want to represent our brand is Todd Drager, Vice President, Commercial Lines Sales.

Joining the Eastern Insurance Team

Posted by Nina Terenzi on Aug 07, 2019

With technology making it seamless to telecommute, remote work has become the new norm for business. In fact, the number of Americans working from home has increased 159% from 2005 to 2017 with nearly 5 million people currently telecommuting in the U.S. As new generations enter the workforce in an increasingly competitive landscape for employee benefits, as a business owner, you may be considering offering this flexibility to your employees.

Posted by Nina Terenzi on Jul 11, 2019

Unfortunately, the risk of a shooting happening at a business has become increasingly substantial. According to reports by the Gun Violence Archive (GVA), so far in 2019 there has already been 21,563 incidents of gun violence in the US, resulting in 5,669 deaths and 10,827 injuries. Of these incidents, 148 have been defined by the GVA as mass shootings, meaning they included four or more victims.

Posted by Nina Terenzi on Apr 29, 2019

Employers — does your business require employees to drive for work? If so, what are you doing to combat the dangers of distracted driving? In almost every state, the percentage of distracted driving related accidents has increased in recent years, making distracted driving a risk that business owners can not afford to ignore. This is especially true if your employees feel that using their phone while behind the wheel is a part of the job.