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How much has the property market changed in just six months since the onset of the pandemic?
We are facing an “existential threat” of talent risk in workers’ comp. Here’s how to pass the torch to the Millennial and Gen Z cohorts.
Michael Hennessey talks about joining IMA, the growing cannabis industry and what that means for the commercial insurance industry.
Remote work has benefits and drawbacks. Here’s how employers can make the experience better for their employees.
Marsh FinPro broker Scott Francis got his start at the height of the big tech boom by helping clients secure coverages for emerging risks.
In-person meetings used to be a staple of the insurance buying process. COVID-19 has forced underwriters and insureds to get creative when it comes to building relationships and pricing risks.
This year’s IIS Global Insurance Forum picks the brains of insurance executives to see where they think the industry is headed.
On July 14th, California Insurance Commissioner Ricardo Lara launched the first database of more than 400 eco-friendly insurance products.
Whether you call it a Silver Tsunami, a brain drain or simply retirement, the mass exit of Baby Boomers from the workforce is bound to have major repercussions for the workers’ comp industry.
This group of E&S professionals shared their thoughts on how to be most successful and impactful as organizational leaders.
Growth in the surplus market will continue as companies facing new exposures look for coverage flexibility and rate relief.
The need for a more diverse and inclusive workforce has been thrust to the fore as Americans urge for equality and social justice.
Discussions about workplace racism and sexism on business social media platforms are very much on point.
Collectively, the experience of COVID-19 has shown us that the way we work and our relationship to our employers is dynamic, at times precarious and inherently malleable.
Fred Zutel has climbed the ladder the same way he broke into insurance — with hard work, integrity and laughing at fear of the unknown.
The Pandemic Risk Insurance Act (PRIA) would offer business interruption insurance for health crises through a public/private partnership.
Will a new generation of risk managers emerge from the pandemic, more equipped to deal with the risks of the future?
myMatrixx names a chief sales officer and Oneglobal announces two senior partners and a head of HR in this People on the Move.
With racial injustice at the forefront of the American conversation, Aflac CEO Dan Amos joined a group of insurance regulators to discuss how the industry can become more diverse and inclusive.
A Pandemic FDIC structure can provide the coordinated approach necessary to address the widespread impacts caused by novel diseases like COVID-19.