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Sexual harassment and the threats and opportunities in artificial intelligence will be on this year’s RIMS agenda.
Janet Sheiner, VP of risk management and real estate at AMN Healthcare Services Inc., sees innovation as an answer to fast-evolving and emerging risks.
Conditions seem ripe for rates to rise, but overcapacity in excess & surplus and elsewhere hinders hardening.
Mohegan Gaming’s director of risk management recognizes the value of the people around her in creating success.
Major sporting events pose many property and safety risks to local businesses.
In this Q&A, the VP of one workers’ comp service provider shares how to soothe a common pain point for injured workers: Getting to appointments on time.
Insureds and carriers agree that more communication can address common claims complaints.
Flooding, humid conditions and power outages make preventing and removing mold a tough mission in the aftermath of disaster.
As risk manager for a cloud computing and software company, Laurie LeLack knows that the interconnected economy and cyber security remain top risks.
Citing a lack of resources and internal collaboration, most companies still don’t treat cyber as a strategic, enterprise-wide risk.
Like on the baseball diamond, a “double play” in workers’ comp demands a team mentality.
Workers’ comp providers can work with doctors, adjusters and patients to get a handle on pain prescriptions.
A new survey by Mitchell International Inc. looks at the role advanced technologies may play in workers’ comp.
Pinnacle Entertainment’s VP of enterprise risk management says he’s inspired by Disney’s approach to risk management.
Hospitality may eventually be compelled to adopt airport-style security measures, but for now training is key to prevention.
When travelers stay home, hospitality companies recoup lost income through customized, data-defined policies.
Maila Aganon is the personification of the American dream. The vice president of treasury and risk for Caesars Entertainment Corp. immigrated from the Philippines and worked her way to the top.
Restaurant patrons call for locally sourced menus, but short supply chains up the risk of foodborne illness.
Susan Hiteshew embraces the dynamic nature of her role and says the risk management community must put increased focus on integrating high-level concepts into day to day operations.
The sector’s profitability is precarious, but investments in technology and recruitment could assuage some of its challenges.