Insurance Agencies Exempt From Workplace Reduction Executive Order
Dear Valued Customer:
Each day brings changes to our work force that we want to make sure our customers are fully aware of. Today, as we were preparing to transition to working remotely, came the following news:
Insurance Agencies Exempt From Workforce Reduction Executive Order
New York Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo signed an Executive Order No. 202.6 on March 18, 2020, requiring all nonessential businesses to reduce their in-office workforce by 50%. The governor subsequently modified that order on March 19, increasing the reduction of in-office workforce to 75% for nonessential businesses.
In order to clarify which businesses are considered essential and nonessential Empire State Development released guidance on March 19, 2020.
ESD identified 12 categories of businesses, many with their own subcategories, as essential businesses. Among the identified businesses were financial institutions. Insurance is specifically included in this category alongside banks, payroll and accounting.
As insurance agencies have been categorized as an essential business, they are exempt from the governor’s executive order, and they are not required to reduce their in-office workforce by 75%.
Further in the guidance, ESD makes clear that if a business operates or provides both essential and nonessential services, only those lines and/or business operations that are necessary to support the essential services, supplies, or support are exempt from the restrictions.
ESD guidance and the list of all the exempt professions can be found here.
We would like all of our customers to know, that no matter what our changing climate is, Naccarato Insurance is prepared. At this time, we are happy to be staying put in our offices. We are still adhering to keeping our clients and employees safe, by following the suggested safe practice directives conveyed by the Federal Government, State and Local Agencies.
Until further notice we will be unable to allow for walk in clientele, or in person appointments. However, Naccarato Insurance continues to commit to making ourselves and resources available to our clients;
We are currently available via phone, email & fax.
There is a black drop box located directly in the front of the building for drop off payments and documents.
Most all of our carriers offer online and phone payment options.
For after hour’s questions, payments or claims, a list of our carriers and their phone numbers can be located on our website at www.naccaratoinsurance.com .
These are unprecedented times and Naccarato Insurance will continue to monitor this situation closely. We are committed to working towards notifying our clients of any changes we make to our operations as this situation continues to evolve.
Stay Healthy Everyone!!!
The Naccarato Insurance Staff
Employee Contact Information
Saugerties Location – 845.246.7134 or 1.800.823.7134
Commercial Lines Department
Ann Bruno firstname.lastname@example.org x113
Keith Blair email@example.com x118
Jessica Doskocz firstname.lastname@example.org x107
Alana Bennett email@example.com x109
Personal Lines Department
Lisa Bolde firstname.lastname@example.org x102
Mindy Esposito email@example.com x100
Tiffany Petramale-Wadsworth firstname.lastname@example.org x103
Jennifer Wicke email@example.com x106
Dina Cafaldo dina@Naccaratoinsurance.com x110
Susan Tiano firstname.lastname@example.org x108
Life & Health Department
Keith Reece email@example.com x114
Pamela Kaufman firstname.lastname@example.org x119
New Paltz Branch – 845.255.5715
Steve DeSalvo email@example.com
Nicholas Collins firstname.lastname@example.org