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Here’s what one medical director says the workers’ comp industry should think about before embracing the drug.
Mass shooting events have employers fearing the worst. That's why some are training employees to spot warning signs of potential active shooter events.
Employers can address mental health risks by fostering a culture of openness, and offering resources that target specific mental health stressors.
Confidence among global business leaders is slipping. This despite the fact that the overall risk environment is no more threatening than it was last year.
When an employer received a wage and hour suit from a former employee, it contacted its insurer for coverage.
In this Risk Scenario, Risk & Insurance explores the very real possibility of a cyber breach impacting a client's ability to pay in full and on time. What consequences await when a business lacks accounts receivable insurance?
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Employee health and workers' comp both reap the benefits of a healthier workforce. Partnering up on wellness to maximize results is just good common sense.
With storm season in full swing, it’s more important than ever to consider the "what-ifs" of natural disaster.
Natural catastrophes are growing in severity, resulting in an increase in uninsured losses. Numerous technologies are emerging to aid resiliency.
The Doctors Company elects a new board member, Markel International brings on a head of PACE in Asia, the Liberty Company adds a new senior vice president and more in this edition of People on the Move.
A performance report on the first five years of California’s independent bill review program reveals that claims adjusters’ billing decisions rarely align with how the state workers’ comp system sees things.
Joey Hayles of Crestwood Equity Partners talks technology, regulatory tribulations and the transition to a carbon-free future.
In a bifurcated market, capacity abounds generally, but can shrink markedly for some high-hazard environmental risks.