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How much has the property market changed in just six months since the onset of the pandemic?
The Federal Reserve manages the economy, but who manages our country’s risk?
Working from home has become cemented in our everyday lives, especially with the ongoing threat of COVID-19. However, the threat of worker injury does not disappear.
Medical experts break down what hospitals have learned since the onset of the pandemic, and what that means for the anticipated second wave.
On Oct. 21, find out how four employers on the front lines have stayed ahead of the pandemic curve and learn the lessons that can help all of us remain resilient for the days ahead.
The move of millions of workers to home offices provided flexibility during the pandemic, but it has also amplified cyber risk.
National Comp’s One-Day Virtual Event leads with a dynamic CEO panel focused on turning our challenges into strengths in a post-COVID world.
A work-from-home environment coupled with fear of the unknown has opened the door for employee theft — so long as businesses are not proactive.
In-person meetings used to be a staple of the insurance buying process. COVID-19 has forced underwriters and insureds to get creative when it comes to building relationships and pricing risks.
The question of whether companies impacted by COVID-related shutdowns are entitled to business interruption coverage remains a hot button issue.
There’s a lot to be learned from the workers’ compensation teams operating during a worldwide pandemic. Here are just three.
Sprouts Farmers Market acted early and prioritized employee physical and mental health during the pandemic.
Thanks to state-mandated shutdowns, the show must not go on. To combat COVID losses, one theater operator has turned to its insurer.
Managing global supply chain risk during COVID-19 has required a drastic turn from the old ways of supply chain risk management.
Here are the top lessons workers’ comp pros have learned about COVID-19, its impact on the workplace and on how to help employees get back to work after illness.
It seems clear that telemedicine is here to stay, which means the insurance industry has a need to fill to match this emerging exposure with policy language to suit and coverage to follow.
Mask wearing is a choice, but it’s proven to be the right one. Let’s end the debate right now.
The Pandemic Risk Insurance Act (PRIA) would offer business interruption insurance for health crises through a public/private partnership.
During the pandemic, renewable energy supply chains have tightened due to equipment stockpiling, obsolete equipment and growing order backlogs.
Will a new generation of risk managers emerge from the pandemic, more equipped to deal with the risks of the future?