Testimonials from SafetyNet customers and stories from hardworking Americans.

Old Train: The history of Labor Day
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A Hard-Earned 3-Day Weekend: This Labor Day Remember Its Roots

For most people in America, Labor Day means barbecuing with friends, camping with family, or having one last visit to the lake. But the fact that you are enjoying a long weekend before summer’s end has significant historical roots. While Labor Day parades may be a thing of the past, take a moment to pay […]

Woman at computer concerned about being laid off
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How to Know if Layoffs are Coming: 5 Warning Signs to Look Out For

Gwen H. had enjoyed several years at a well-established nonprofit when a series of events suddenly led her to question the security of her job. “There were a lot of power leadership changes happening,” she remembers. In the first few months she watched warily from the sidelines, unsure what to make of the jockeying executives. […]

Prevent work related injuries
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Income Loss from Work-Related Injury Is a Costly Problem

When you think of on-the-job injuries, some trades probably come to mind: construction, manufacturing, nursing, trucking. The fact is, the risk of work-related injury and illness span every industry, and their consequences are expensive and complex. In 2015, U.S. employers reported 104 cases of nonfatal occupational illness or injury per every 10,000 full-time employees, many […]