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Learn how leveraging technology to adopt OSHA’s recommended practices in your workplace can help you experience
the full benefits of your safety program
Learn the strategies you can deploy to ensure you’re properly calculating your DART rate and Experience Mod factor, and ensuring that your employees are classified properly.Learn More →
Because today’s construction contracts are lengthy and packed with complicated legal language, it’s all too easy to overlook important details that could come back to hurt you later on. Use our complimentary checklist when reviewing your contract to make sure you’ve covered all the bases.Learn More →
Reviewing construction contracts can feel like studying a foreign language. You know how to cure concrete, but what is the “notice to cure” in your project agreement? This glossary will teach you the meaning behind common contract terms so you can avoid costly misunderstandings.
Simplify confusing contract compliance terminology surrounding insurance requirements with this helpful guide, including endorsements, waivers of subrogation, additional insured third parties, exclusions and more.Learn More →
A resource for improving your company culture with simple, actionable and cost-effective strategies — practical tips for any size workforce and budget.Learn More →
In the rush to meet construction project deadlines, it’s important to keep safety at the top of your list.Learn More →
Learn effective ways to promote positions, build relationships with potential candidates, and show why manufacturing is a rewarding career choice.Learn More →
Get practical cybersecurity tips for the manufacturing industry, including avoiding phishing scams, protecting IoT devices and ensuring proper cyber insurance coverage for your business.Learn More →
An easy-to-understand guide to business insurance for manufacturers in the Midwest, listing the various types of insurance coverages needed and helpful tips and potential risks.Learn More →
An HR checklist to help manage a company’s most valuable resource — employees! Compliance, payroll and benefits, culture initiatives and more.
Understand which regulations apply to your company, as well as exemptions and considerations for various size businesses in this easy visual guide.Learn More →
A guide with budget-friendly ideas for improving your company’s benefits package, including retirement benefits, healthcare, personal development and more.Learn More →
Use this visual tip sheet with practical and creative ideas for promoting open positions, attracting talent and sharing your company’s culture.Learn More →
A helpful workplace safety checklist showing OSHA recommendations and tips for developing a safety program, plus a list of dozens of safety issues to look for.
See how one manufacturer increased profits by nearly 1,000% in one year by outsourcing its human resource functions in this case study.
Healthcare premiums on the rise? Use this guide to learn six practical and effective tips to reduce claims and ultimately control your organization’s healthcare benefit costs.Learn More →
Side-by-side comparison showing the difference between in-house vs. outsourced human resources, and the benefits of using an HR services provider.Learn More →
A guide for the construction industry outlining 6 areas your firm can focus on with practical tips for recruiting & attracting skilled labor.Learn More →
A hiring guide for finding employees who are both a culture fit and have the necessary job skills. Sample interview questions, statistics, training insights and more.Learn More →
Since work comp is required by law, many companies believe there’s nothing they can do to lower premiums. Learn how one company did it and also achieved compliance.Learn More →
Learn how a fresh approach to offering retirement plans for employees eased the burden of complying with regulations and improved returns for one company.
Schedule a Human Resource Gap Analysis with us. We'll walk you through the steps to identify four key HR areas that every business needs to cover.
As in any industry, there is extensive competition, however, there are marked differences in how we serve our clients. Some competitors cannot offer our extensive set of products and resources, others do not offer our broad array of services, and
McClone is in the top 2% nationally for insurance brokers and agents. This distinction speaks to our ability to provide a broad set of services while having the leverage, expertise and network of relationships needed to serve and exceed our clients’ expectations.
We believe “value-added services” need to actually add value! Depending on the level of engagement you desire, we can provide a wide array of options and resources. However, it all starts with our RiskMAP process to determine which of those resources would add the most value for your unique needs, if any. You’ll only receive recommendations for services we feel you truly need.
Delivering the best cost on insurance is a result of having broad market access and leverage within the marketplace, and using a proven process to ensure you're properly protected. Our size and
We do, however, even the worst service providers can come up with a few people who might say nice things about them. Instead, we believe we must be great partners for all of our clients. Annually, we ask our clients how we’re doing, and in 2018 97% said they would recommend us.
Some businesses simply do not want to take proactive measures, don’t care about finding the best value and just want to settle for cookie-cutter, out-of-the-box coverage in hopes it will be enough in their time of need. We are best for middle market, proactively minded organizations that want to take back control and truly form a strategy for reducing their overall risks.
We’ll let some of our clients tell you about that. See what they have to say about their results here.
We believe in being systematically proactive because we’ve seen that it takes less time and makes things simpler in the long run. We spend significantly more time up front than anyone else in our industry, followed by detailed action plans to make mitigating risk and dealing with insurance as easy as possible so you can focus on growing your business.
McClone and our Team Members believe in our core purpose to make a difference in the communities we serve. We do this in a variety of ways such as: