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The company’s first ever safety reports reveals the prevalence of assault, the difficulties in preventing bad behavior, and plans to improve.
These jobs don’t appear risky, but BLS data shows that workers in this sector are getting injured more frequently than those on the factory floor.
The details of a fatal crash highlight the limitations of artificial intelligence, and the complexity of determining fault when machines are in charge.
Employment tax revenue is just one sticking point in the fight over worker classification. Uber’s fate could signal an undoing of the gig economy business model – and a unique opportunity for insurers.
Here’s how Aon’s Anne Rappa leveraged her love of art into a career spent keeping it safe, and what she’s learned along the way.
In an environment where it is impossible to be prepared for every consequence of every event, business leaders instead need to practice the art of thinking strategically in a pinch.
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Risk Strategies’ Kristina Marcigliano applied her passion and expertise to create a better claims experiences for her clients.
A constantly shifting collection of risks adds to the complexity of multinational insurance. Here are four of the key challenges, and the approaches carriers are taking to solve them.
An analysis of claims data by AXA XL doesn’t bode well for electric vehicle safety, but it’s too soon to tell what reaction that warrants.
ADA claims can cripple small businesses. The ACCESS Act aims to protect business owners from abusive lawsuits as well as the rights of the disabled community.
A shifting market landscape will be at the center of discussion at the 2019 WSIA Annual Marketplace, but the industry focus remains on building relationships.
This former insurance litigator and recent Power Broker® winner understands how to craft policies that deliver on their promises.
Joining dozens of CEOs of America’s biggest businesses, these insurance industry leaders acknowledged they are beholden to their communities more than their shareholders.
A startup claiming to predict disaster damage and optimize response has attracted insurers’ interest, but flaws in the methodology could put carrier partners at risk.
Claims handling can be a particularly emotional time. Displaying emotional intelligence, or being able to “read the room,” is an important trait to possess in insurance.
Hanesbrands Inc.’s Vicki Telford talks AI, the hardening market, and the peril of reputational risk in the age of social media.
Corporate culture is more than a nod to office atmosphere. Allied World CEO, Global Insurance, Lou Iglesias says it is the behavior that can ultimately drive or stall a company’s success.
Safety risks abound at crowded public pools, but they can be mitigated through simple steps like training and supervision.
The matrix of leave and disability laws affecting pregnant women is involved and requires diligent risk management on the part of employers.