As Risks Rise, You Need a Commercial Umbrella

Posted by: VMA Staff | Aug 23, 2022

As a responsible business owner, you no doubt make sure that you are properly insured for any liabilities resulting from damage to other parties. But, imagine the follow...

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New Premium Threshold Set for X-Mod Qualification

Posted by: VMA Staff | Aug 17, 2022

Employers whose annual premiums exceed $9,200 in annual premiums need to start paying closer attention to their workers' compensation policies and safety practices. Unde...

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The State of the Web-to-Print Software Market

Posted by: VMA Staff | Aug 05, 2022

A 2021 study of North American print service providers (PSPs), conducted by Keypoint Intelligence, provides some intriguing clues on the state of the web-to-print softwar...

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Free Virtual Print Training Available Thru Heidelberg

Posted by: VMA Staff | Aug 05, 2022

The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics cites that print operator positions are declining at a rate of 13% annually – equating to roughly 20,000 people leaving their jobs o...

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Dear David: Dealing with Insensitive Comments

Posted by: David Katz | Aug 05, 2022

Question: An employee allegedly made a racially insensitive comment in the presence of a coworker. How should we respond? Answer: You need to investigate the matter....

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Paper Removed from SB-54

Posted by: VMA Staff | Aug 05, 2022

Important news for Paper and Packaging companies – SB-54 EPR, the Extended Producer Responsibility Law, is a new law set to affect many manufacturers. VMA and our Lob...

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As Risks Rise, You Need a Commercial Umbrella

Posted by: VMA Staff | Aug 04, 2022

As a responsible business owner, you no doubt make sure that you are properly insured for any liabilities resulting from damage to other parties.  But, imagine the foll...

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State Supreme Court to Weigh In on ‘Take-Home’ COVID Case

Posted by: VMA Staff | Jul 19, 2022

The California State Supreme Court will take up a case to decide whether an employer can be sued for liability when a worker contracts COVID-19 at work and then passes it o...

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Employers Upset About Three Bills

Posted by: VMA Staff | Jul 12, 2022

There are three measures progressing in the state Capitol that businesses should keep an eye on as they could have profound effects for them. The measures passed their h...

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Supreme Court Deals Blow to California Private Attorneys General Act

Posted by: VMA Staff | Jul 06, 2022

The United States Supreme Court has put a significant dent in California's Private Attorneys General Act, which in recent years has resulted in a surge in legal actions aga...

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