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There are generational differences in how mental health is discussed, but overall the amount of stigma attached to the topic is too high.
A new Constructech ecosystem of wearable devices, sensors, virtual reality and drones will enable smarter and safer structures.
As insuretech is reconfiguring the way the insurance world works, there is plenty of room for similar efforts on the risk management side.
Lawsuits alleging cyber defamation have garnered multimillion-dollar verdicts.
American manufacturing is facing a worsening skills shortage and an apprentice program could help solve some of the long-term issues.
A third party partner's mishap can spell disaster for your reputation.
Being willing to 'fail small' can help organizations achieve greater success within workers' compensation programs, and beyond.
We need to iron out the kinks before moving to a world where cash is no longer king.
Looking for consistency in carrier management and in your underwriter relationship makes sense.
At what point does a paucity of risk appetite eclipse the upside?
The small commercial insurance sector has been slow to adopt predictive modeling, but a few best practices can make all the difference.
The absence of international compatibility standards in automation is just one risk to consider in this new era of manufacturing.
Work-related stress is looming as a significant concern for workers' compensation and employment liability insurers.
Risk management and millennials are a perfect fit. Now is the time to invest in their partnership.
The role of insurance will not change, regardless of how much the world changes.
Analyzing the risk is fine; acting on it is better.
Technology is lending safety a big hand in PyeongChang and elsewhere.
Separating the leader from the brand brings up a host of considerations.
Look for technology to continue to improve efficiency.
The industry is making strides, but can we go further to prepare college grads to succeed as young insurance professionals?