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Apple, BMW and Cisco are just some of the companies that are transforming the way data is used in insurance.
Paid leave is more than just an employee benefit; it’s where law and business practices catch up with decades of social and economic change.
When it comes time to do a full remodel, there is a prominent risk hoteliers must consider: environmental issues they may uncover during construction.
In the post-#MeToo climate, employers should maximize EPL coverage and ensure company culture and policies facilitate a harassment-free workplace.
Fast breaking stories online create an expanded media liability exposure for journalists, and underwriters are reacting.
Facebook is poised to enter the cryptocurrency market. What are the risks that this will damage global banking?
With storm season in full swing, it’s more important than ever to consider the “what-ifs” of natural disaster.
Every June thousands of organizations in the United States commit to safer business practices during the National Safety Month. Here’s how construction can join the cause.
Savvy companies can turn the disruption of the on-demand economy into a business advantage if they do risk management right.
Hopefully misunderstandings around cyber insurance will not echo the financial calamity of 9/11.
Small population group health care plans that preceded the Affordable Care Act can remain in place in some states.
It’s time to stop presuming you will never have a loss and instead assume it will happen and prepare appropriately.
Not overestimating his opponent’s weakness has been just one piece of James Holzhauer’s risk management prowess.
While the age of diagnostic equipment is important, many factors should be considered to understand the quality of an individual center.
When most people do break or violate the law, it’s usually out of ignorance of a particular law or a lack of information about it. But for FMLA or the ADA, there are ways to stay ahead.
From testing your qualifications to creating your vision and strategy, here are a few building blocks to helping you become a successful risk leader.
The rapid-fire advances and increased adoption of smart technology will change the way manufacturers detect and respond to product recalls.
Risk managers are not all-knowing and should consider alternative strategies to working in isolation, particularly when it comes to cyber risk management.
Research over the past few decades has shown that psychosocial issues can have a significant impact on recovery rates.
The words diversity and inclusion hold subtle differences in definition that are important to understand.
Risk management stands to benefit from the growth of sensor technology in the workplace, as leaders find new ways to increase its business value.