The PEO Industry lost one of its early pioneers

Larry Roberts Sr. a/k/a “Senior” lost his 25+ year battle with Parkinson’s Disease on Wednesday April 13, 2022 passing in his sleep. During the mid 1980’s, Senior became intrigued by an emerging industry known at the time as “Employee Leasing.” In 1987, along with his good friend, Howard Gibraltar, they launched what would eventually become […]

CDC reduces the isolation period for those COVID-19 infected and exposed

Contrary to what many might have expected, the CDC has reduced the number of days recommend for people to isolate after being infected with COVID-19 to five days from 10. This is likely due to recent research, improved pandemic-management practices and the hardships experienced by several industries as the Omicron variant continues to spread. Basically, […]

Tips for Planning Your Office Holiday Party

As the year comes to an end, companies across the country are planing their annual Christmas and Holiday parties. While these parties can be a great way for everyone to celebrate another year, it’s also a time for business owners and managers to be aware of risks that can be associated with the festivities.  While […]

New Sick Pay Ordinance to impact Dallas & San Antonio employers

Despite the failure to date of a similar ordinance with the city of Austin, the Dallas and San Antonio PTO ordinances are still scheduled to go into effect on August 1st. Several members of the Texas legislators have been working to pass a bill that would prohibit these sorts of local ordinances. The new Dallas […]

Avoiding Ladder Injuries

This month’s safety topic is one that we revisit every year.   Ladder related injuries are still happening and it is one that is easily avoidable if you follow the rules to keep you safe. Using   ladders will always be a task that many people perform at work or even completing odd jobs around the house. […]

Tax Reform Heads to President’s Desk, Here’s What You Need to Know

Good information on the new tax reform bill from our friends at NAPEO.  As of today, both the House and Senate have passed tax reform legislation. The President is expected to sign this bill before the end of the week. Below is a brief summary of some of the significant changes the tax reform bill […]

Fall Protection – Stay Safe At Any Level

If you’ve worked on jobsites for any length of time, you have more than likely seen someone fall off of scaffold, ladder, or any other equipment. Some are minor, but most can be fatal or debilitating. Fall protection is required and must be provided to any employee working at a height of 4 feet (General […]

Our New Golf Course Safety Video is now online

Roberts Risk Management, the safety division for the LL Roberts Group, launched their new safety video series in summer 2017. Roberts Risk Management is a professional safety risk management firm providing a wide range of services. Our trained, experienced and professional team of safety consultants is available to conduct accident investigations, prepare workplace or jobsite analysis […]

Let’s Not Forget…..Walking Is Working

We’ve discussed before about being distracted at work and paying attention to the task at hand, but recently injuries are up for another reason.  This time, being distracted while walking on the job. We as a society are more distracted today then we have ever been thanks to technology, issues in our personal lives, and […]

Hard Hat Questions & Answers Video

Roberts Risk Management, the safety division for the LL Roberts Group, launched their new safety video series in summer 2017. Roberts Risk Management is a professional safety risk management firm providing a wide range of services. Our trained, experienced and professional team of safety consultants is available to conduct accident investigations, prepare workplace or jobsite analysis […]