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Working remotely is not an option for many businesses, so employers need to carefully devise a plan and protocols to contend with the serious risks associated with coronavirus.
While businesses are shuttered thanks to COVID-19, property maintenance shouldn’t be out of sight, out of mind. Here are the risks owners face if closure and reopening isn’t done with care.
The pandemic blossomed due to global interconnectedness. With business travel limited for the foreseeable future, the industry is changing faster — and sooner — than anticipated.
As businesses reopen and workers’ comp compensability laws proliferate, employers have their hands full staying in compliance with a myriad of rules for keeping workers safe.`
California’s new presumption law will enable all workers to file for workers’ comp if they believe they’ve contracted COVID-19 at work. What will this mean for the WC industry?
Even with COVID-19 in the mix, college is an investment, not a gamble. It just requires good risk management to make the right school choice.
The wound left by COVID-19 is deep. Ripping off the bandage quickly will not promote swift healing and could re-open the wound.
COVID-19 revealed weaknesses in traditional methods of risk management. The lessons learned can help create a stronger global economy.
But if their doors were already closed due to COVID-19, are businesses eligible for coverage?
Coronavirus isn’t the only illness employers need to fear when they return to the office. Stagnant plumbing systems make Legionnaires’ Disease a top concern.
As some businesses prepare to reopen after COVID-19 quarantine, there are still more questions than answers when it comes to coverage for pandemic-related losses.
Our work lives may never be the same post COVID-19. As disturbing and, in too many cases, acutely painful as this pandemic has been, perhaps there is room for hope in that idea.
The impact of COVID-19 is unprecedented, yes. But a more aggressive approach might have allowed us to better weather the disruptive storm we’re now in.
Employee monitoring software can keep your workforce accountable and productive, but it can also reduce morale and promote distrust. Consider the risks.
The COVID-19 has hit global supply chains with shocks whose impact could reach farther and last longer than any other event.
As hospitals focus on fighting COVID-19, many other types of care and procedures have been suspended. How will that affect workers’ comp?
Workers’ comp entered 2020 from a position of strength, but the pandemic and an economic downturn present challenge.
140 drones lit up the Philadelphia night sky on April 28 to show gratitude towards health care workers, but what many didn’t see was the risk management behind it.
Already grappling with a shaky run due to several years of massive Nat CATs, the E&S market is facing even larger hurdles thanks to COVID-19.
Due to physical inactivity in quarantine, workers may not be used to the level of physical activity they previously engaged in while on the job.
How employers can keep employees safe and engaged while planning for life after the pandemic.