December 2021

This category holds all non association editorials in The Ice World Journal.

The Basics of Property Insurance – December 2016

January 2017 Bill Bentley

Your livelihood is dependent on the survival of your business, so it is imperative that you protect it against any potential threat—big or small. For instance, a fire could destroy your business’s warehouse and the contents inside, or a burst frozen pipe could damage important documents and valuable papers. Worse, you could have trouble paying your employees during a loss [read more]

What Genuinely Confident People Do Differently – December 2016

January 2017 Bill Bentley

[avatar user=”suppliermember” size=”160″ align=”left”]Dr. Travis Bradberry Coauthor Emotional Intelligence 2.0 & President at TalentSmart[/avatar] True confidence—as opposed to the false confidence people project to mask their insecurities—has a look all its own. One thing is certain: truly confident people always have the upper hand over the doubtful and the skittish because they inspire others and they make things happen. Whether [read more]

New Overtime Rules Suspended for Now – December 2016

January 2017 Bill Bentley

Many employers have been wrestling with plans to comply with new U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) overtime rules since last May. That’s when the rules were finalized, with a December 1 compliance deadline. Those new rules included raising the minimum salary overtime exemption to $913 per week from $455. A little more than a week before the deadline for the [read more]

How Do You Know You’re On The Right Road? – December 2016

January 2017 Bill Bentley

[avatar user=”williambentley” size=”160″ align=”left”]Bill Bentley Editor-in-Chief[/avatar] Researchers indicate there are at least five common characteristics shared by the very successful. The most often cited are: A Positive mental attitude Goal-directed behavior Self-motivation A sense of Urgency The desire to never stop Learning I hope you agree with the list. And, there is great news about these characteristics. You don’t have [read more]

If Your Business is Hit By A Hurricane – December 2016

January 2017 Bill Bentley

If your business is hit by a hurricane, windstorm, blizzard, or other natural disaster, or if it falls victim to arson or terrorism, you might have to close up shop for a while. As a result, you could suffer a major loss of income. Types of Coverage Here are some basic types of business interruption coverage: Named Perils Policies, which [read more]

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