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In a RIMS Live 2021 session, two leaders explained how they investigate workers’ comp claims with integrity and pounce when finding fraud.
Nuclear verdicts were down at the height of COVID-19. Will they return with a vengeance now due to increasing corporate mistrust?
Mental health is now part of employers’ duty of care.
At a virtual session of the RIMS LIVE 2021 conference, two leaders explained how the traditionally white male insurance industry can make necessary changes.
Experts say D&O capacity will continue to be constrained for the foreseeable future. Rates can also be expected to continue their rise.
This RIMS session weighs in on how all corporate boards can prepare themselves for any cyber risk that may occur.
Unlike flood risk receding after a storm, the secondary perils being ushered in by the pandemic could last for years to come.
In this RIMS session, Michelle Despres of One Call shares how employers can prevent their employees from suffering from a work from home injury.
Companies that focus on environmental, social and governance issues will be stronger going forward, according to this Hartford executive. And they will present a better risk for underwriters.
Cognitive psychology plays a larger role in our decision making than we even realize. For risk managers, it’s imperative that they make sure they aren’t relying on what’s comfortable.
In a RIMS conference session, two experts break down the importance of crisis management plans for kidnapping, ransom and extortion.
A RIMS session looks at how the push to adopt new technologies to support a remote workforce can be used to aid injured worker advocacy.
With a majority of the workforce setting up shop in their home offices, what implications will this have for us in the post-COVID world?
Former RIMS president Robert Cartwright has been working toward a stronger, more diverse and inclusive risk and insurance industry through leadership, example and continued education for young professionals.
The conference will touch on topics including climate change and cyber security that are expected to have a major impact on the industry.
Laura Langone, the 2020 president of RIMS, discusses the rise of Insurtech, a commitment to learning and why risk professionals need to break into boardrooms.
Why do we attend RIMS each year? In insurance terms: reputational risk.
Human sex and labor trafficking can be difficult to detect and presents major reputational risk exposures.
Board members are being held accountable for company-wide failure to curb misconduct and report incidents in a timely manner. This RIMS session is sure to help.
From testing your qualifications to creating your vision and strategy, here are a few building blocks to helping you become a successful risk leader.