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Mask wearing is a choice, but it’s proven to be the right one. Let’s end the debate right now.
Kurt Leisure of the Cheesecake Factory is constantly looking for ways to improve, grow and innovate the risk management programs in place.
This Risk All Star knows that strong relationships and collaboration help companies succeed in spite of uncertainty.
This AXA XL senior risk manager has mastered the process in the gathering, evaluating and dissemenation of information on emerging risks for the company and its clients.
When the Canadian claims team became part of the North American team, this risk manager found a way to keep claims local.
A focus on safety, efficiency and transparency is helping this senior living community through the pandemic relatively unscathed.
Sysco’s senior director of risk management says helping injured workers achieve the best possible medical outcomes was the primary goal behind a data analytics initiative.
Hoping for the best but preparing for the worst paid off for Northwell Health, a system in the pandemic’s original U.S. hotspot.
Representations and warranties claims are not new by any means, but understanding the trends behind an increase in claims severity is the first step in managing the risk.
The market was optimistically cautious entering 2020, but thanks to COVID-19, growing liability challenges and other risk factors, we’re seeing more hardening.
With the help of collaborative carrier partners, Program Administrators are perfectly positioned to help clients address challenging risks.
As the risk landscape becomes more complex post COVID-19, E&S insurers are poised to tackle unique underwriting challenges.
Schools have always contended with the risk of students experiencing traumatic injuries and abuse, but legal and societal trends may be increasing exposure.
Large auto insurers offered rebates at the onset of the coronavirus shutdowns, but some consumers believe it was not enough.