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Eventually, human error will be eliminated from motoring. What does that mean for auto insurers?
Risk leaders should address big change head-on. Only then can ERM drive good institutional decisions.
Companies can design a captive to respond to their No. 1 asset: their reputation.
Senior executives and boards, facing an increased burden of accountability, would do well to remember that risk favors the prepared.
Employers increasingly view paid leave as a way to keep key talent.
Duty of care may seem like a simple concept. But think again, it is hard to execute competently.
Reputation is everything: How can it best be protected?
Bringing manufacturing back might seem appealing, but the movement brings with it a host of risks.
Like so much else, 2017 is a year of uncertainty for the absence and disability management profession. It’s “wait and see” as the new president and Congress set out their agenda.
Participating in a captive requires understanding of both risk distribution and risk pooling.
Cyber security requires sensitizing staff to correct behaviors and separating important data from routine information available on the internet.
The losses in commercial auto are disturbing but analytics provides answers.
A new designation recognizes the need for skills in absence management.
Disclosure requests on policy applications can create a minefield of exposures for insureds. Tread carefully.
Emergency preparedness demands the utmost attention.
Losses linked to reputation at public companies increased dramatically over the past five years.
Make sure your cyber management plan works before a crisis occurs.
Personal privacy as we once knew it is dead.
Predictive analytics models are useless if their implementation lacks the necessary resources.
From a risk management perspective we ask the question: “What does this historical election mean to the profession, our organizations and ourselves?”