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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.
Insurance designations do more than add value to a career; they symbolize a constant pursuit of learning and commitment to the insurance industry.
In a fast-evolving risk environment, gathering and sharing real-time information will be central to effective loss control.
Telematics bring promise of innovation to the insurance industry, whether you want it or not.
With the ever-evolving risk landscape, risk professionals have to stay on top of today’s biggest drivers of change to combat tomorrow’s business roadblocks.
A panel at the virtual Future of Risk conference discussed how the workers’ comp industry is likely to change in the future.
With so many insurance designations out there, it can be hard to determine which one is the right next step for your career.
As insurance companies and the federal government debate over who should cover COVID-19 losses for businesses three possible paths emerge.
At 23 years old, Keyson Dingle holds nine insurance designations. He’s asking industry leadership to engage and entertain young talent before it’s too late.
While many industries are playing a waiting game to learn the extent of the damage that COVID-19 will inflict on their businesses, hospitality is feeling the losses most immediately.
A report from WCRI sheds light on how a coronavirus-related recession could affect return-to-work.
Current advances are paving the way for true touchless claim technology — a game-changer that is sorely necessary in the tricky commercial auto sector.
Organizations must rethink recruiting as the mass retirement of baby boomers creates a talent shortage for the risk management and insurance industries.
Cryptocurrency is growing in popularity and value, but its widespread adoption and volatility present risks that insurers are not equipped to cover yet.
In the workplace, wearables are becoming more popular than ever. But in order to implement this growing technology, understanding the different types and abilities is a must.
The wearable-in-the-workplace industry is booming, with new tech coming out every day. So how can you find the best vendor for your business?
Over the next decade, factors such as the labor shortage, case shifting and technology will have a major impact on workers’ comp.
As the insurance industry faces a talent shortage, mentorship could be the key to helping young people find their footing in the industry.
Kevin Ingram discusses FM Global’s approach to risk mitigation and how this ‘finance-minded guy’ fits in.
From the death of Clayton Christensen and the surprising results of the recent Academy Awards, risk management truths emerge.
Newfront Insurance adds a head of agribusiness, Distinguished Programs hires two executives; all of this and more in this edition of People on the Move.