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A spirit of collaboration has helped this public sector broker find creative solutions for his clients.
Stéphane Cossette spent 31 years in a risk management career. Here, he shares his triumphs, his mentors and the lessons he learned along the way.
Insurance fraud isn’t new, but the industry must always find fresh ways to stop it before money, time and resources are lost.
A new report from Deloitte Insights looks ahead to the challenges and opportunities facing risk managers in 2023.
Quiet quitting is the latest trendy hashtag, but what is it really and is it really detrimental to our workforce?
In this series, Risk & Insurance looks to highlight some of the nonprofit organizations that the Nonprofits Insurance Alliance serves.
Claims automation and improved recruitment programs are helping claims quality while addressing the industry’s talent gap.
Gone are the days of not recognizing the importance of employee mental health, especially when it comes to its correlation to workplace injuries.
Rising Star Brandon Cole shares the importance of education throughout your career, and how he achieves this every day.
Inattention to detail can lead employees to overlook indemnification in contracts, forget critical safety protocols, or exercise poor judgment while driving.
Businesses, primarily manufacturers, must be aware of their environmental and health impact, lest they be on the receiving end of a hefty lawsuit.
Five Insurtech CEOs took to the main stage at ITC Vegas to field questions about embedded insurance, growth versus profitability, Insurtech 2.0, and more.
What’s really going on in the blockchain industry? And how is it affecting insurance?
Woodruff Sawyer offers a look at head at the 2023 D&O market with pricing trends by risk type and top-of-mind concerns of D&O insurance underwriters.
The Hartford announces a head of middle & large commercial business units, Vantage names chief risk officer.
Although hybrid work arrangements are welcome by many, the impact on worker health and productivity will remain a subject for study and analysis.
When it comes to answering quick insurance queries, conversational AI leads the charge in usability and ease.
The future of event cancellation insurance will be determined by the far-reaching impacts of COVID-19.
The competition for talent among workers’ compensation service providers is fierce. Investing in new technology is of paramount importance to complete projects, meet service expectations, and retain the best talent.
Rooted in empathy and compassion, this dedicated workers’ comp team has delivered better care for workers and cost savings for the organization.
CPCU Society President-Elect Brett Clausen expresses a sense of gratitude and acknowledgement of responsibility in his new role.