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Joel Berg is a freelance writer and adjunct writing teacher based in York, Pa. He has covered business and regulatory issues. He can be reached at [email protected]
After years of tightening limits, new federal guidelines are giving doctors greater leeway in prescribing opioids. Workers’ comp experts dive in to see how this could impact the industry.
Erin Fry looks at her position as a way to connect with the whole team, bringing in diversity of thought and the ability to exchange ideas.
FM Global released its annual FM Global Resilience Index, ranking countries on their ability to adapt and respond to emerging risks.
Employers are dropping drug testing requirements as more and more employees are testing positive for marijuana and other substances.
The company’s guidance for 2022 calls for organic revenue growth of between 13% and 15%, compared to organic growth of 22.4% in 2021.
Now that the CDC recommendations say most Americans can remove their masks, what should employers do to keep workers safe?
Construction still produces the lion’s share of workplace injuries, with waste remediation and transportation following.
Demand for construction and environmental professional liability products is expected to rise this year as construction activity rebounds from the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Ransomware is easy to use and hard to stop, and cash-strapped municipalities aren’t well positioned to protect themselves.
Once we deplete our aquifers, there is nothing helping us get through extended droughts.
The housing market recovery has been impeded by stagnant incomes, tight lending standards and a dearth of first-time buyers.
Honda of South Carolina boosted its involvement with injured worker cases, making a positive first impression on employees and health care providers.
Risk managers struggle to answer questions on cyber insurance applications.
Lawyers are shifting out of purely advisory roles to play an active role in risk management.
Zach Gifford addressed serious sports safety issues for Cal State University.
Stopping distracted driving meant establishing actionable guidelines for disciplinary action.
State and federal regulators are increasingly looking at cyber defenses, not just breaches.
Cyber risk is a foundation-level exposure that should be viewed similar to a company’s property, liability or workers’ comp risks.
Organizations with better risk management reap better financial returns, according to research.
Risk experts grade Target’s efforts to manage the reputation damage caused by the data breach.