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Companies should review ‘what if’ scenarios before attaching their products or services to a celebrity sponsor.
Lost productivity and remediation expenses may amount to $100,00 for each potential measles patient.
Don’t let supply chain risk management move to the back burner.
To succeed, brokers must focus on specialization, leverage technology in client relationships and meet recruiting challenges.
Reliance on supply chains has hiked the number of business interruption claims, which cost nearly one-third more than property claims.
Mitigating sexual assault on campus requires more than analytics.
New research reveals workers’ comp claimants receiving urine drug tests when doctors have not prescribed opioid pain medications.
Choose a career in safety and you will be in demand.
Certificates of insurance are often required, but risk managers should understand that it is always the actual policy that controls coverage.
We must create a culture where risks are identified earlier, and processes and systems are put in place with greater ease.
Does the term “risk management” really adequately convey the seriousness of the problems facing organizations?
In a trend that shows no sign of reversing, American workers are reporting higher levels of stress, which contributes to injuries and illness and hinders recovery.
Risk professionals with ERM responsibility were less satisfied with their insurance partners than those without such responsibilities.
The FAA needs to issue real UAV regulations.
Researchers from the Workers Compensation Research Institute were surprised by evidence that physicians allowed to dispense medications prescribed unnecessarily strong opioids.
Redundancies are powerful tools for risk managers.
Pricing for workers’ comp coverage is not quite flat, but it’s much closer to it now than it has been in recent years.
The increase in ambush-style assaults on police officers could make it challenging to obtain workers’ comp coverage for law enforcement.
Three recent NLRB decisions make it more difficult for employers. GOP control of Congress probably won’t make a difference.
Experts point to competitive pricing, favorable financial results for insurers, and a negative outlook on reinsurance.