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The Insurance Industry Charitable Foundation recently hosted a forum on the topic of diversity and inclusion. Most agree that insurance needs to be more diverse going forward.
Risk & Insurance lost a friend, a long-time contributor and a Risk All Star when Jack Hampton passed away on June 13. We take a pause here to mourn his passing and celebrate his many accomplishments.
While the focus for organizations may be on cyber insurance coverage, E&O should also be top of mind.
Are non-CMS approved MSAs still an option for settling parties? Differing opinions can leave settling parties at best confused, and at worst, stalled.
Insureds renewing cyber insurance programs in the last 18 months know that underwriters have substantially upped their game when it comes to underwriting cyber risk.
United Educators’ Constance Neary reflects on the art and science of risk management as she approaches retirement.
As more travelers fight to book seats on a dwindling number of flights, airlines cannot afford any additional disruptions.
Collectively, almost half of the 5,000 Americans who were surveyed cited health concerns as the driving force behind their employment status.
Despite the ever-rising prevalence of cyberattacks, the field of cyber insurance is still relatively new and evolving. Do you know, then, what’s inside your policy?
From the Russia-Ukraine crisis to supply chain issues, how a business responds and perseveres through risk matters.
Hurricane predictions expect at least19 named storms in 2022, four of which could be CAT 3 or larger.
Wearable tech can help prevent injuries by changing worker behavior, and can help focus attention, in real time, on workplace risks.
In order for cybersecurity insurance policies to be top notch, companies must be playing their part in mitigating cyber risk.
Transportation and accident litigation shouldn’t feel like an incomplete deck of cards. Ace these scenarios with the right legal tools at play.
Can professionals really compare the insurance needs of for-profit business to those of nonprofit organizations?
The SEC maneuvered ESG factors further into the risk category with its recently proposed rule.
How will current tensions across the globe affect the supply chain? Several ways, in fact, and mitigating these business risks is a critical element for all markets.
Although COVID cases in the U.S. have eased of late, companies still need to have a plan for additional flare-ups. But many don’t.
The looming talent gap of pre-pandemic lore, coupled with the Great Resignation as of late only makes recruitment and retainment of employees that much more difficult.
Flexibility in scheduling is becoming the norm for employers as we start to return to an office setting. This is great news, because the pandemic certainly changed the working climate.