Monthly Archives: October 2010

How Apartment Managers Solve Tenant Problems

By an eHow Contributor Responding to Complaints Although the daily tasks of apartment managers vary, responding to tenant complaints is an essential part of maintaining a thriving apartment community. The efficiency in which complaints are addressed–whether it’s a verbal complaint … Continue reading

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A FREE Seminar on Medicare Supplemental Coverages

You may have received a letter stating that your current Medicare Advantage plan will be eliminated in 2011. This only pertained to those clients that had the PFFS Blue Cross Medicare Advantage Plan A or B. Not to worry, we … Continue reading

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Answers on Adding Adult Children to Health Insurance

This article helps explain new health care provisions regarding adult children in your household. Thomas Rupp Q: Will my benefits change if I add my adult child to my plan? A: The majority of employees won’t see significant changes to … Continue reading

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Thanksgiving Safety

Please read these tips on how to ensure a safe Thanksgiving celebration. We felt this was valuable information to share. Joan Dowd-Liebrock Thanksgiving Safety Tips from SPS ¨ Keep your family and overnight guests safe with a working smoke detector … Continue reading

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New Crash Tests Curb High Scores for Auto Makers

By JOSH MITCHELL Tougher government crash tests for the 2011 model year are making it harder for car makers to win coveted “5-star” safety ratings for their vehicles, which they widely tout in ads. The U.S. Transportation Department on Tuesday … Continue reading

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Report: Fatal Work Injuries Decrease in 2009

Fatalities in the workplace are on the decline.  See the statistics that confirm the need for safety measures and workers compensation coverage. Wendy Light, CIC Preliminary results from the Census of Fatal Occupational Injuries for 2009 were released last month … Continue reading

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Preventing Colds and the Flu – including H1N1

By Gary Smith, Apartment Association Self Insured Workers Comp Fund With the heart of the flu season just around the corner it is important to remember that we can do things to prevent becoming sick.  The Centers for Disease Control … Continue reading

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