If participants would like to rebalance their portfolio, or just want to maintain a portfolio similar to what they had with John Hancock, they will ...

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This summary document is intended to help consumers better understand key features of the coverage they have. The summary must include the following...

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If you’ve been following the Affordable Care Act (ACA), you know that several ACA reforms are already in effect. These include coverage for adul...

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In today’s business world, a PEO is all about stability and buying power – and ESG provides both of those things. Due to its large payroll volume and substantial client base, ESG was recently recognized as a “2012 UV50 TOP 10 Revenue Companies.” Steve Pierson, ESG President, said, “We are grateful to be partnered with loyal clients who help our organization be successful year after year, and we take our job seriously in helping each one of them succeed in their individual businesses.” Congrats, ESG!!

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View all Available Training Modules and their course descriptions.

With so many potential legal pitfalls facing employers, compliance training for employees and supervisors has never been more essential. Yet in the current economic climate, you may be struggling to maximize talent and resources while cutting costs and gaining efficiency.  ESG clients can now access 40+ online training modules (each course is approx. 30 minutes) to protect your organization and make life easier.  These web-based training courses are:

  • Cost-effective. Training via the Internet eliminates travel time and expense, a critical consideration in this challenging economic environment.
  • Interactive. Quizzes, video clips, and real-world scenarios keep your employees and supervisors engaged throughout each course.
  • Flexible. Training sessions are compatible with multiple learning styles for enhanced results across the entire spectrum of your workforce.
  • Authoritative. Each training course in the catalog has been developed by experienced employment law attorneys and HR practitioners. They know what your team members need to know.
  • On-demand. Because training courses are available 24/7, you can conduct training on a schedule that meets your organization's staffing needs.
  • Engaging. Each course is professionally developed and adheres to the highest production standards.
  • Comprehensive. Training administration and tracking tools enable you to easily assign specific courses, deliver automatic reminders, and monitor employee progress and comprehension.

For more information or to get your Company setup with these training tools today, please email Sharron or call 888-810-8187.

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Falls are the leading cause of death in construction.  In 2010, there were 264 fall fatalities out of 774 total fatalities in construction. These deaths are preventable.  To help the cause, OSHA has launched a new program that gives three simple steps to preventing falls: PLAN. PROVIDE. TRAIN.

PLAN ahead to get the job done safely
When working from heights, such as ladders, scaffolds, and roofs, employers must plan projects to ensure that the job is done safely. Begin by deciding how the job will be done, what tasks will be involved, and what safety equipment may be needed to complete each task. Include the costs of safety equipment when estimating the cost of a job.

PROVIDE the right equipment
Workers who are six feet or more above lower levels are at risk for serious injury or death if they should fall. To protect these workers, employers must provide fall protection and the right equipment for the job, including the right kinds of ladders, scaffolds, and safety gear.

TRAIN everyone to use the equipment safely
Falls can be prevented when workers understand proper set-up and safe use of equipment, so they need training on the specific equipment they will use to complete the job. Employers must train workers in hazard recognition and in the care and safe use ladders, scaffolds, fall protection systems, and other equipment they'll be using on the job.  Use OSHA’s materials for regular toolbox talks to regularly train workers on safe practices.

For more details about this program, visit 
www.osha.gov/stopfalls or contact ESG to speak with our Safety Director.

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