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Businesses pivoting to address COVID-19 hold lessons for how we can create a more resilient society.
Marsh explored COVID-19 liability by hosting a webinar on business interruption and employment law considerations.
The trend toward outsized jury awards continues, while pregnancy discrimination claims are on the rise.
Organizations must rethink recruiting as the mass retirement of baby boomers creates a talent shortage for the risk management and insurance industries.
The wearable-in-the-workplace industry is booming, with new tech coming out every day. So how can you find the best vendor for your business?
As the insurance industry faces a talent shortage, mentorship could be the key to helping young people find their footing in the industry.
After the Borderline Grill shooting, the State Fund’s Major Claims Operations unit made a significant impact on those suffering from the horrific event.
There are more concrete benefits from diversity and inclusion than ‘doing the right thing’ that are positively impacting the insurance industry.
Companies eschew employees, offer alternatives for insurance benefits.
Risk management depends on whistleblowers. Are we doing enough to protect them?
‘Doing good’ takes more than a few volunteer hours, which is why more businesses are investing time and resources into corporate social responsibility programs.
Pandemic response plans, policies for workers in affected areas and keeping up-to-date information on hand are just a few ways to protect employees working near the coronavirus outbreaks.
Plotting out steps to recovery at the onset of a claim helps engage injured workers in their treatment and can minimize treatment delays.
Too many female executives risk falling behind if they don’t brush up on their business acumen, and the insurance industry, for one, can ill-afford to fall short in talent development.
While social media has created an extraordinary opportunity for many businesses to reach out to consumers in an instant, some posts are proving an immense risk.
Joe Cellura, President, Allied World North America Property & Casualty gives our readers his take on one of the more controversial topics out there: gun policies in the workplace.
The two most important causes of travel risks in the year ahead? The impact of climate change and potential final year of the Trump administration.
While safety efforts have been dedicated to preventing falls or crushing injuries, more can be done to prevent these five common work injuries.
The company’s first ever safety reports reveals the prevalence of assault, the difficulties in preventing bad behavior, and plans to improve.
What single activity would you say is the biggest time-waster at work? The office bore, droning on about last night’s TV show that you didn’t watch? Email? Smoking breaks?