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In an unpredictable risk landscape, businesses need a dynamic and fluid response strategy. Here are four key trends that are dramatically affecting private risk profiles.
A strong return-to-work plan is key to any workers’ compensation program. Here are five strategies that have proven results in getting workers back on their feet.
Professional liability underwriters head to this year’s PLUS Conference with rates on the rise but damages payouts rising even faster.
The poisonous actions of pharma companies peddling painkillers are a social scourge that cannot be accepted.
Absenteeism, higher rates of accidents and frequent tardiness are making this already costly epidemic even more expensive.
Legislators are holding companies to a higher standard when it comes to diversity, anti-harassment and anti-discrimination practices. Non-compliance can result in costly lawsuits, damage to corporate reputation and rising insurance rates.
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Extended full employment means that eventually, frequency and severity in workers' compensation will rise.
How does a company go from a reputation as the industry standard for product safety to one that is deeply sullied by a continual stream of consumer complaints, product recalls and billions of dollars’ worth of lawsuits?
If it can be determined that individual companies are responsible for climate change, investors and insurers might want to brace themselves for massive payouts.
Ahead of NWCDC, The Alliance of Women in Workers' Compensation held a workshop on the idea of change in the workplace.
At NWCDC 2019 mega-session ‘Disability Prevention: What’s Needed to Keep Routine Claims from Deteriorating’, Dr. Gary M. Franklin talks strategies that prevent acute pain from becoming long-term disability.
This director of corporate operations believes risk management has done a great job of filling the talent gap, but it can do more to adopt helpful technologies into the fold.