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Organizations should not assume that any of the insurance policies they have in their portfolio will respond to a biometric privacy claim.
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.
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.
Older workers may be more vulnerable, but their experience is indispensable, which is why it’s important to protect them with ergonomics.
The American Hospital Association has asked insurers for financial assistance through advanced/accelerated payments as health care providers see a drastic drop in revenue during the pandemic.
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.
There are numerous steps employers can be taking now to minimize damage to properties and harm to employees as work forces shelter in place during the pandemic.
If health care companies are making decisions whether to keep or close hospitals based purely on economics, then we may need a different system.
Always put the injured worker first and treat the whole person. That’s a best practice regardless of the state of the world.
The bridge between between a high-performance workforce and a peak-safety workplace might be wider than meets the eye.
Can advancements in artificial intelligence that are being implemented in the auto insurance realm find traction in workers’ compensation?
COVID-19 could be increasing the risk of data leakage in your company. Here’s how you can protect your business.
Health care facilities and companies that manage big data are partnering to better protect patients and patient data.
Effective communication during COVID-19 can be the make-or-break moment for your business’ crisis response plan.
Even in previous years, viral infections killed thousands of Americans, yet we seem to be callous to the risks.
Humans are creatures of habit, which is why improper implementation of ergonomics could cause emotional and physical tension in the workplace.
State legislators are looking for COVID-19 business interruption claims coverage, despite insurance policy pandemic exclusions that may exist.
When it comes to managing reputational risk, knowing how to tell your company’s story is key.
Private nonprofit educational institutions in the U.S. are in serious financial trouble. Their business model, such as it is, is no longer working and needs serious adjustment.
Workers in important industries who find themselves still in the workplace as the COVID-19 pandemic rages on are in a bind, and so are their employers.