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Tracey Sharis of Liberty Mutual details the way she and her company are keeping a pulse on the programs business through mergers and acquisitions, pandemics, innovation and more.
Industry veteran Mario Vitale joined Resilience in September of 2019 as president. He talked to Risk & Insurance about his reasons for joining the Resilience team and hopes for the future.
Leaders of both organizations say the new affiliation will drive out unnecessary membership costs and prime the group to better serve its member companies.
Sociologists and human resource visionaries who come up with generational labels might be well-intended. But they do humanity, the economy and even commercial insurance a huge disservice.
2021 will hold many dangers. Look for these executives to display the necessary courage to run to the fight.
The Federal Reserve manages the economy, but who manages our country’s risk?
In this Risk Scenario, Risk & Insurance explores what might happen in the event a telemedicine or similar home health visit violates a patient’s privacy. What consequences await when a young girl’s tele visit goes viral?
Discussions about workplace racism and sexism on business social media platforms are very much on point.
With societal upheaval testing the nerves of many, these risk managers dug deep and came up with solutions to benefit everyone around them.
How one county risk manager took a tragedy and found a way to empower employees moving forward.
Lots of words get overused and many of them misused, but for the hospital workers during COVID-19, ‘hero’ is the perfect word to use.
Underwriting homeowners associations can be challenging at times, but the rewards far outweigh any risk for PHLY’s Nicole Reed.
Several factors, including the recent COVID-19 crisis, have catapulted health care systems into what many are calling a “new normal.” Those in the space must prepare now for the emerging risks to follow.
For those looking for the next great adventure, investing in risk management tactics to train, prep and protect against outdoor activity hazards is paramount.
Interconnectivity’s latest lesson: International human-to-human contact and the risk of passing a virus from one person to another.
With three months of COVID-19 experience underway, One Call’s CEO discusses the effects the pandemic’s had on workers’ compensation.
Several important considerations must be reviewed by the health care sector as lines transition into a hard market and organizations seek to protect their capital.
Our work lives may never be the same post COVID-19. As disturbing and, in too many cases, acutely painful as this pandemic has been, perhaps there is room for hope in that idea.
Creating a backstop that will allow insurers to administrate government funding in the case of a pandemic makes good risk management sense.
Every time I see a motor vehicle operator with their head down, not looking at the road but instead looking at a cell phone, my blood boils. Why do we senselessly throw away lives when we know the right thing to do is to pass hands-free legislation?