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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?
Emanuele Scansani of Riskline explains how some social media posts can prove controversial — and even punishable by law — in certain countries.
In the post-#MeToo era, Rhonda Prussack of BHSI details what liability exposures she’s watching closely right now, as well as what underwriters and the courts have their sights set on.
In the newly created chief sustainability officer position, Yafit Cohn will be responsible for overseeing the company’s ESG efforts and communicating their values to the public.
Data has linked MSDs to opioid overdoses. But there may be hope yet: implementing proper ergonomic practices.
ADI Worldlink, a global technology firm, was facing two lawsuits from its employees. When its insurer refused coverage, Worldlink turned to the court for answers.
When a worker alleged a co-worker sexually assaulted her while on the job, her employer said under state law, she had exclusive legal remedy.
Two risk managers with backgrounds in heavy industry were able to bring crucial risk management lessons learned into the hospitality arena.
A look at recent court decisions and how their rulings have an impact on risk management and the insurance industry.
After an accident, it’s unclear whether Uber is liable for injuries incurred by passengers or if drivers — and yes, even the passengers themselves — are responsible.
There are numerous services and insurance coverages to support global business travel. The problem is that employees may spurn them.
Relation’s COO Ed Page wants young workers to know that insurance is a field where they can change people’s lives for the better.
Creating a workplace that is adaptable and responsive to employee desires might seem like a lot of effort. But it’s effort that is well worth it.
Keenan’s Ron Martin displayed excellent risk management prowess by tackling the horrendous topic of the sexual abuse of children.
Awareness that gained momentum during the #MeToo Movement has challenged businesses to rethink their travel risk management plans and adjust their policies to focus on the needs of female travelers.
Joining dozens of CEOs of America’s biggest businesses, these insurance industry leaders acknowledged they are beholden to their communities more than their shareholders.