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November 2017 Archives

Don't let drunk drivers ruin your holiday season

The holiday season is upon us. Along with the festivities, family traditions, shared meals and holiday cheer comes another, more ominous development: a stark rise in deadly traffic accidents. It's one of the busiest times of year for traffic. An estimated 50 million Americans are hitting the roads during Thanksgiving weekend alone, according to AAA. With that increased congestion comes a higher risk of collisions - especially when it comes to drunk driving.

Is it too wet to drive?

Precipitation offers challenges to safe driving, particularly among less experienced drivers. While the rainiest months are behind us, falling temperatures can leave roads wet longer and eventually cause familiar problems with ice and snow. Knowing how to drive in these conditions can help prevent car accidents and make the roads safer for everyone.

No workers' comp for Uber drivers: A look at an alternative

Life as an Uber driver has pros and cons. On the one hand, drivers have the flexibility to choose when they're on the clock and how much they want to work. For some, it's a side gig providing extra cash for a rainy day fund. For others, it's a sole means of support, with many drivers clocking 60 or more hours per week.

Contagious health care professionals

Whether it is the start of the school year or dropping temperatures, this time of year sees an uptick in contagious illnesses like the flu. Depending on the workplace, employees may be encouraged to stay home or expected to show up no matter what. Few workplaces understand the drawbacks of contagious workers like those in the health care field. Despite this understanding, a surprising number of health care professionals continue to report to work when they are sick, according to a recent study.

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