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Butler University’s Zach Finn has little patience for those who underappreciate insurance as a career.
A far greater risk in the rampant use of pesticides and herbicides is environmental destruction.
A teleworker’s fall over a family pet highlights how questions about compensability and causation can be trickier when injuries occur off site.
CNA’s Nick Graf says there’s plenty about the insurance industry to appeal to the tech-minded — but first it needs to finally embrace technology.
Giving injured workers access to their doctors’ notes can provide clarity and improve return-to-work results.
Pervasive ageism is putting companies in the crosshairs of regulators and fueling high turnover in an already tight labor market. Here’s how employers can build a strong defense against it.
Why do we attend RIMS each year? In insurance terms: reputational risk.
Jody Moses never dreamed of a career in insurance; now she celebrates over 30 years of top industry experience.
After a car dealership employee was fired, the dealership and its employment practice liability insurer argued in court who would be responsible for the wrongful termination claim.
Managing the pervasive risk of fatigue takes a layered approach that includes leveraging data, replacing outdated processes and procedures and promoting a culture of wellness.
The business of placing coverage for alternative energy projects has gotten a lot more complicated.
A self-insured real estate broker found himself in the middle of two misrepresentations suits after acting as representative for both buyer and seller.
Technology makes it easier to identify fraud and is revolutionizing the accuracy of the insurance industry.
With ‘traditional’ insurance pulling back in some lines, insureds are using captives to fill in the gaps.
If you don’t have anything nice to say, don’t say it at all…especially from behind your computer screen.
Insurers, brokers and risk managers agree there are endless opportunities in this field. Here’s what they want young professionals to know.
Hanesbrands Inc.’s Vicki Telford talks AI, the hardening market, and the peril of reputational risk in the age of social media.
Emerging risks like workplace violence, disabling injuries and inexperienced workers are driving up workers’ comp claims and costs.
Simplifying and humanizing the workers comp process benefits injured workers and employers alike, but many aren’t doing enough to put workers first. Here’s what a true advocacy approach demands.
When employers have a focus on workers’ compensation cost control they may miss out on the optimal benefits of physical therapy, both for their injured workers and the health of their workers’ comp program.