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A report from Aon examines how increased cyber attacks are affecting cyber and E&O lines.
Two U.S. lawsuits show that caste discrimination may exist in the U.S. Here’s what employers need to know.
Getting public school police officers the care they needed meant taking on the risk of visiting emergency rooms during the pandemic.
Theft of digital information costs companies $250 billion a year. Now is the time to get smart on protecting those intangible assets.
While some big-ticket insurance mergers ran into obstacles within the past year, the trend to pursue M&A will continue.
Companies may be expanding inventory to manage increased online shopping, but are they managing the risk appropriately?
The dangers of dual prescribing and the sometimes staggering differential in the cost of prescription medications were two notable findings in a study by WCRI.
The increased amount of employees who work from home have heightened the potential of already prominent cyber risks. Here are 10 ways to diffuse them.
QBE’s Kristen Bessette is a pioneer for modern data strategies within the industry.
The term “industrial athlete” isn’t new, but interest in this approach to keeping workers fit and safe is on the rise.
A myriad of state and local laws and abrupt shifts from one administration to the next are creating challenges for employers trying to stay on top of it all.
A growing number of states move to fill support gaps for injured workers with a federal return-to-work program.
For businesses that use chat services to interact with customers, be warned: Cyber criminals are now using this tool as a way to expose vulnerability.
The challenge for insurers will be how to report climate change risk well and still protect intellectual property.
The Americans with Disabilities Act is the standard for equal employment opportunity and advancement, but employers must also review their state laws on the matter to remain compliant and fair.
GPS tracking systems are growing in traction for businesses looking to review driver behavior and cut back on commercial auto insurance costs.
There’s no question telehealth has gained traction, but will it last in workers’ comp beyond the pandemic?
Perhaps not surprisingly, trusts and estate law are where malpractice claims seen to becoming more painful. It’s too soon to say how much of an impact on claims costs the pandemic will have.
With modified duty greatly restricted, employers can only hope that their options improve in coming months.
Best-practice office ergonomics will be back in focus once the workforce is vaccinated and workers can return to something resembling normalcy.