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Flexible Financial Protection for your Temporary and Contract Staff

Accidents and injuries can occur at any time in the workplace, and for temporary employees, being out of work could leave them out of pocket and in financial difficulty as they don’t receive the same protection and benefits as a permanent member of staff.
Personal Accident Insurance can provide temporary employees such as freelance staff with peace of mind should they suffer serious injuries. It gives them and the financial protection to support themselves or their families should the worst happen.
Working with leading insurer Chubb European, Jobson James has developed an insurance solution that provides valuable and comprehensive protection to a business’s temporary employees.
Through working with Jobson James as a Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) appointed representative, your organisation will be able to offer your temporary workforce this package, all at a competitive price, providing them with the peace of mind and a financial safety net they require.
Read our in-depth brochure to find out more about this offering.
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GDPR – The implications for cyber and D&O insurance

GDPR – The implications for cyber and D&O insurance

With the EU General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) set to come into place on the 25th of May next year, businesses across the UK and Europe will be wondering about the implications the regulations will have on them and what type of insurance they will need once it’s in place.
GDPR has increased interest in cyber insurance across Europe, particularly when it comes to protection against the insurable elements of the regulation and response support. This article delves into what GDPR is, who is liable, the effects on your current insurance policy and what you can put in place to protect yourself and your business.
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Check third party Terms and Conditions

Check third party Terms and Conditions

Companies are increasingly placing financial limits on liability for loss and damage in their Terms and Conditions, commonly implemented as flat financial limits or up to the value of their contract price. The reason this practice is becoming more and more common is that it off loads risk from the business and their insurers onto you, saving money and theoretically lowering their insurance costs.
This can have serious implications for you and your insurer, to find out how, and what you can do to prevent this happening.
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Personal Guarantee Insurance

Secure more with our Personal Guarantee

Personal Guarantee Insurance

Directors and other individuals can be required, through the course of raising SME finance, to provide additional security to the lender by signing a Personal Guarantee. However, signing a Personal Guarantee can leave Directors at risk, market downturn or customer or supplier failure could result in a lender to call on the Personal Guarantee to cover any financial obligations they may have, putting their personal estate at risk.

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