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When a group of higher education institutions was looking to cut costs on health care benefits, they turned to the formation of a group captive in Vermont.
As NCCI celebrates 100 years of ratemaking, it looks back on the changes, trends and challenges the workers’ comp industry has faced.
With college students still recovering from pandemic-induced isolation, the need to address mental health and enhance social life in higher education has never been clearer.
Rising Star Allie Eans sat down with Risk & Insurance to discuss her introduction into brokering renewable energy.
A RIMS session took attendees into the mind of a hacker, exactly how they infiltrate organizations’ systems and how companies can protect themselves.
When the need for mental health support and resources on college campuses increased, broker Terry Lyons worked to ensure that his clients could serve their students.
Ben Evans, associate vice president of risk management and insurance for the University of Pennsylvania, and 2022 Risk All Star, shares his perspectives on the risk management space.
Nonprofit organizations give their employees the chance to work for a cause that is close to their heart. Those who work to insure the sector have that same opportunity.
With her new post as president of the RIMS Society effective this January, Jennifer Santiago shares her goals for the year and what excites her about the role.
Oak Grove Center views Nonprofits Insurance Alliance as a trusted insurance partner and a wealth of resources.
Established as one of the leaders in child welfare in Florida, the Children’s Home Society of Florida found partnership in having NIA as its insurance carrier.
Securing property coverage for nonprofit organizations is no easy feat, and it’s one the Nonprofits Insurance Alliance is trying to solve.
Oregon-based nonprofit organization Albertina Kerr’s exposure profile became too risky for its previous insurer. That’s when NIA stepped in.
This National Comp session discussed how employers can best equip their workers to lessen the frequency of neck and back injuries.
From a pandemic whose effects are still being felt to continued labor shortages, there have never been more reasons for employers to look after their workers’ mental health.
A session at this year’s National Comp looked at how telemedicine has made a name for itself in the workers’ comp industry.
When the Taliban took over Afghanistan in 2021, broker Seth Cohen met a challenge few in his field have faced.
Optimistic about the future, Lauren Dunnigan shares her enthusiasm and what AmTrust’s partnerships mean long-term.
When Anne Grady Services was met with less coverage and higher premiums from its insurer, it turned to the Nonprofits Insurance Alliance.
Rising Star Brandon Cole shares the importance of education throughout your career, and how he achieves this every day.