We were pleased to be joined by Ashley Chisholm of Jacoby & Meyers and David Bryant of Avocado HR on May 21. They covered how HR and Benefits Providers are managing their staff and the benefits they offer. Also mentioned are safety measures and preparations they are undertaking.
To say that we're living in stressful times would be an understatement. Being stuck indoors without knowing when things will go back to normal have prompted many people to resort to coping mechanisms, and at this time, there's a spike in interest in fostering pets.
The outbreak of COVID-19 has made national and international headlines. Thousands of cases of the virus, which causes flu-like symptoms, including fever, cough and shortness of breath, have been confirmed since the disease was first diagnosed in Wuhan, China, on December 30, with numbers and death tolls continuing to escalate.
Here are some important facts, resources, and links regarding pets and the Coronavirus pandemic. Can our pets become infected? Can it be spread from humans to our pets?
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The Problem - Insurance Companies
The insurance premium model ties the insurance companies’ profits as a proportion of your monthly premiums. This means that the more expensive coverage is for you, the more money the insurers make.
We see the effects of this in healthcare magnified to the extreme. They have allowed every possible inefficiency to creep in, as they all lead to higher monthly costs while protecting them from blame.
We need a better system that aligns interests as a core principle.
2020 will be an amazing year for Eusoh. We want to continue our growth and our mission of protecting the things we love in an easier, more affordable, and simpler way. To help us do that, we need YOU!
Pets are the best friends to us humans. They probably understand human emotions than our fellow humans would. Also, pets, to a high degree, blindly trust their owners. Although, they cannot talk to us, they definitely know how to communicate with us. We have the privilege to watch our pets grow; We get to play with them, pamper them, and most of all, care for them. Our pets may seem completely fine and healthy to us from outside. However, the real question remains - are they really healthy from within?