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The State of Vermont is known for its captive knowledge base and its success with for-profit businesses. It’s equally adept at offering alternate risk transfer to the nonprofit sector.
Details of the successful workers’ comp program include a predictive modeling tool, an embedded claims advocate and an enhanced return-to-work program.
Results included a core operating income rounding out to $1.65 billion and underwriting income reaching $1.27 billion.
Several reports reveal startling information regarding large corporations’ roles in the ever-growing climate crisis.
Aon’s 2021 Cyber Risk Report looks at which industries are lagging in cyber resilience and how to prioritize a healthy cyber budget.
A recent study by WCRI compares data and pricing points between in-person health care visits and telemedicine.
Smartphone apps have joined the fight against the mental health crisis. Here’s how they can serve as a beneficial tool.
Rising Star Lael Chappell is a firm believer in the endless opportunities within the industry.
Rising Star Rebecca LaFazia took her passion for entertainment and the arts into a worthwhile career as a broker. Here’s her story.
What is creating issues within the global supply chain and business resilience? FM Global has identified these six factors as root causes.
Risk Placement Services released their mid-year casualty market outlook, highlighting which segments are meeting challenges and embracing opportunities.
Aon broker Yoselien Jansen talks her career so far and what advice she would give to a young professional in the industry.
Risk Strategies’ Rebecca LaFazia combined a longtime passion with a career in the insurance space, and there is never a lack of excitement.
As COVID-19 vaccinations became available to the public, the University of Arizona’s stalwart distribution site stepped up to serve its community.
A session at 2021 National Comp discussed which trends and issues will be prominent in both 2022 and beyond.
Few sectors were as debilitated by the pandemic as the aviation industry.
Kids’ Chance provides an opportunity for everyone in the workers’ comp industry to come together and make dreams come true for the children of injured workers.
A session at the National Ergonomics Conference and ErgoExpo will look at the concept of ergonomics gamification and how it can add value to ergonomics training programs.
This National Comp session provided a thought-provoking discussion on where the practice of telehealth is headed.
The 2021 National Comp keynote focused on the challenges organizations have faced throughout the pandemic and the solutions they fostered.