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Improving workers’ compensation outcomes requires addressing mental health issues. One often-overlooked factor is the critical impact of gut health on our minds.
Big banks can learn from Big Oil how to manage risk.
The Tracy Morgan case presents peril for Walmart.
The insurance industry can take a leadership role in safe UAV operation.
Mitigating safety risks while accommodating the public and special events organizers can be challenging.
Post-injury drug and alcohol testing of employees — or PIDAT — can help companies support safe work behavior and successfully challenge claims.
Risk managers should conduct key assessments before buying any cover.
Ineffective risk management can cause missteps in recall events that cost millions of dollars.
Workplace modifications can speed return to work for injured, aging employees.
Risk managers who personally believe in their organization’s mission make a difference to its success.
Focusing on the person behind the workers’ comp claim is the right thing to do — not just for the employee but for the business.
U.S. companies that don’t heed the reform may face harsh penalties.
It’s important to be well-versed on the way risk managers can mine social media for information.
What an insurance executive will require to survive in the new economy.
GM’s gambit to restore its reputation.
All eyes are on Oklahoma now that the state has begun to approve carriers to quote business under the reformed workers’ comp system.
With changes at the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services always deliberate, here’s what to watch out for.
In getting safety program funding, an actuary is a risk manager’s ally.
Risk managers stand in the background as they seek answers and find solutions.
It’s time for the insurance industry to sound the alarm about climate change.
Risk aversion for its own sake does not constitute a true risk culture.