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Aspen Insurance is taking interest in the wellbeing of construction workers, especially given the mental health challenges they face.
When technology and talent combine within an insurer, workers’ comp clients know claims management is in good hands.
Although wildfire smoke is clearly a public health risk, its presence doesn’t necessarily pose a workers’ compensation exposure for employers.
Gen Z professionals are hungry for opportunity and are excited about the stability and chances for growth that surround risk management careers.
How prevalent is the risk of staff-on-staff harassment at higher education institutions?
A mass shooting during RIMS underscores the need for employee training amidst the ongoing tide of violence.
Current legal trends cast a shadow over claims management, but partnership between claims and legal could be the necessary light in the darkness.
As cannabis legalization spreads in the U.S., many employers are grappling with the question of how to keep their worksites safe.
Employers who are utilizing the capabilities of artificial intelligence in their hiring process must be wary about the potential for unconscious bias.
The benefits package an employer can now provide an employee goes well beyond what was once the status quo.
This forward-thinking session at this year’s RIMS conference focused on how to keep workplaces safer from violence and active shooters by taking a predict-and-prevent approach.
During his morning keynote at this year’s RIMS, Johnny C. Taylor CEO of SHRM shared insight into how today’s workforce has shifted and what leadership can do to evolve with their employees.
Artificial intelligence used in employment practices promises faster, more efficient days, but there is an element of discrimination bias that must be addressed before this tech is fully adopted.
Suicide risk in workers’ compensation claims is not something we can shy away from. It’s time to start asking the right questions and getting injured workers the care they need.
Data-capturing technology can help management teams evaluate the safety of nearly every workplace and, in the process, predict and prevent worker injuries.
A survey from Risk & Insurance® examines insurance carriers’ top concerns for the industry.
Forced return-to-office is a touchy topic. Shall we go back to how we used to work or rebuild the work world with employees’ health and wellbeing in mind?
By offering preventive cancer screenings, employers take an active role in employees’ health, potentially reducing future costs associated with cancer treatment.
Five years after #MeToo surfaced as a movement, businesses are still figuring out the best steps to take to curb and report sexual harassment in the office.
Organizations are shifting from maintaining a DEI program to living and breathing DEI in all that they do. But is this really happening, and is this movement leading to truly authentic and effective action?