Baker, Romero & Associates
Insurance Brokers, Inc.
“Focusing on the Human Side of Doing Business”
What we offer
Baker, Romero & Associates
Since 1986, Baker, Romero & Associates has built an impressive reputation with the social services community providing quality services at an affordable price. Our mission is to focus on the human side of doing business and put the needs of our clients first. Baker, Romero and Associates is unique in that it provides more comprehensive services to its clients than most other insurance brokers. We offer free Human Resource services and do not charge brokers fees with most of our insurance programs.
News and Updates
written by Rebecca Gomez The California Fair Employment and Housing Act (FEHA) prohibits employers from making non-job related inquiries of employees or job applicants, either verbally or through use of an application form. Employers are generally prohibited from making the … Continue reading
What Sets Us Apart
- Effective Loss Control and Risk Management Programs Free
- Human Resources Services with an HR Professional
- Free Up To Date Employment and HR Forms
- No Brokers’ Fees (w/most insurance companies)
- Free Educational Workshops and Webinar
- Informational Email Updates on Latest Risk Management Trends
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Press & News
DISTRACTED DRIVERS CAN BE AS DANGEROUS AS DRUNK DRIVERS! By Lillian Romero The U S Department of Transportation reports that the use of cell phones while driving plays a role in 1.6 million auto crashes each year. The University of Utah recently published a study showing that motorists who talk on handheld or hands-free cell […]
Warren Buffet claims that cyber threats are the biggest threat to mankind. According to a recent study, 7 out of 10 businesses are not prepared to respond to a cyber-attack. It is time to review your organizations’ cyber security system. The following are a few quick items to consider: Email Phishing. Email phishing (or business […]
There are many misconceptions surrounding All-Volunteer Organizations (AVO) when it comes to financial responsibility and requirements. All-Volunteer Organizations perform important work for the community, which requires resources. To do this important work, AVOs may procure and utilize substantial funds. Every AVO has at least one person (volunteer-leader) counting the cash, writing checks on behalf of the organization, safeguarding the AVO’s financial integrity, procuring insurance, and managing the funds.
Yes. The American Disabilities Act (ADA) protects employees with mental health impairments just as the Act protects employees with physical disabilities, if the employee can perform the essential functions of the job and the accommodation does not impose an undue burden on the employer. Employers are prohibited by the ADA from taking retaliating or discriminating […]