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Cyber Update – Ransomware Attacks Reach All-time High in Q4 2020

Ransomware attacks spiked in 2020 as the fear and chaos of COVID-19, combined with the transition to remote work, provided an abundance of opportunities for cybercriminals. Advisen data…

By: Wheeler & Taylor  •  July 23, 2021
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Gather in the Garden Fundraiser

Wheeler & Taylor invites you to The Food Bank of Western Massachusetts’ alfresco dinner event on the gorgeous grounds of the Berkshire Botanical Gardens. Enjoy a picnic basket…

By: Wheeler & Taylor  •  July 19, 2021
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WT Celebrates 150 Years

In 1871, just 10 years after Abraham Lincoln was inaugurated the 16th president, Wheeler & Taylor Insurance Agency opened their doors in Great Barrington, Massachusetts.  By the time…

By: Wheeler & Taylor  •  June 1, 2021
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DOL Withdraws Independent Contractor Final Rule

On May 5, 2021, the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) announced it will officially withdraw the Independent Contractor final rule. The withdrawal will be effective on the day…

By: Wheeler & Taylor  •  May 6, 2021
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Workplace COVID-19 Vaccination Programs

This HR Insights article provides an overview of guidance from the CDC for workplace vaccination programs, including guidance for on-site and off-site vaccinations, and general considerations for employers.

By: Wheeler & Taylor  •  April 22, 2021
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FDA and CDC Call for Pause on Distribution of Johnson & Johnson Vaccine

In a joint statement, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) have called for an immediate halt on the…

By: Wheeler & Taylor  •  April 13, 2021
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Distracted Driving Training Presentation

Each year, up to 391,000 people are injured and 3,450 people are killed in crashes involving distracted driving, making it all the more important for your clients’ drivers…

By: Wheeler & Taylor  •  April 9, 2021
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CDC Issues Long-awaited Guidance for Fully Vaccinated People

The CDC has released new guidance for people who have been fully vaccinated with a COVID-19 vaccine. Such individuals have been given the go-ahead to resume some activities….

By: Wheeler & Taylor  •  March 9, 2021
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CDC Provides Guidance on Consent Elements and Disclosures for Workplace COVID-19 Testing

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has issued guidance on the elements of consent and disclosures necessary to support employee decision-making when employers incorporate workplace COVID-19 testing.

By: Wheeler & Taylor  •  February 22, 2021
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