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?
From a pandemic whose effects are still being felt to continued labor shortages, there have never been more reasons for employers to look after their workers’ mental health.
Individuals can only offer their best to the company, its clients and customers when they themselves are looked after.
A recent surge in book banning should have public libraries reviewing risk management and insurance practices with their brokers and other insurance personnel.
Today’s firms must take every precaution when sending their employees abroad.
Inattention to detail can lead employees to overlook indemnification in contracts, forget critical safety protocols, or exercise poor judgment while driving.
With factors like the pandemic, social justice movements, remote work accommodations and more, reviewing employment practice liability exposures is paramount.
Getting a pulse on differences in employee perspectives around mental health could improve psychological safety in your organization.
Competencies in creativity, communications and problem-solving are in high demand, particularly in specialty insurance. People with dyslexia can help fill the skills gap.
Although hybrid work arrangements are welcome by many, the impact on worker health and productivity will remain a subject for study and analysis.
Brandon Pinzon of Argo Group discusses his role as CSO, the cybersecurity threats and opportunities he forecasts for the insurance industry and more.
The competition for talent among workers’ compensation service providers is fierce. Investing in new technology is of paramount importance to complete projects, meet service expectations, and retain the best talent.
Gone are the days of not recognizing the importance of employee mental health, especially when it comes to its correlation to workplace injuries.
This National Comp session will look at how incentivizing best practices can be beneficial to both employer and employee.
In a recent webinar, presenters discuss the origins of ESG practices, how businesses are responding and the overall impact on commercial insurance.
The patchwork of paid leave laws can create or exacerbate unintentional disparities across the workforce. Employers must remain aware and vigilant.
One out of eight couples struggles with infertility. Employers that offer fertility benefits may be able to help while also bolstering relationships with employees.