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Employees and employers must learn to spot the red flags that signal a situation on the brink of turning violent.
Family and medical leave issues will continue to be hot topics in 2016.
Employers are still slow to take the necessary steps to ensure that their organizations are prepared for violence.
Brazil offers risk management and compliance challenges for U.S. companies.
Insurers are working with their clients -- and their own organizations -- to reduce carbon footprints and better manage climate change.
We need the participation of risk practitioners to help us shape the future of risk management, as expressed through international standards.
Ask the right questions and choose a domicile for your immediate and long-term needs.
Significant workers' comp legal decisions from around the country.
University relationships with student organizations can help mitigate the risk of hazing.
The Internet of Things is fueling “the next industrial revolution” and is poised to make a significant impact on workplace safety.
A new schema will create a standard way for insurers to gather data on cyber exposure.
An integrated cyber security and breach response team is crucial to protecting an organization.
Patient communications are necessary to prevent hospital readmissions.
Consulting clinical expertise can vastly improve disability and absence management outcomes.
The threat of a catastrophic cyber attack on our infrastructure is real.
A car accident leads a nurse case manager down a spiral path.
Industry forum panelists acknowledged cyber security and investment income challenges, but saw growth opportunities in 2016.
Insurance carriers can be doing more to address the risks for student athletes.
Litigation against employers continues to rise, often with significant financial consequences.
Investment in Chile and Paraguay is up sharply, as Brazil sees some investment declines.
Small and mid-sized companies underestimate a disruption's potential impact.
Events prompted educators in Iowa to host the first ever statewide summit on campus safety.
Most company fraud is carried out by employees.
Fitch Ratings expects deteriorating earnings for insurers and only modest improvements for brokers.
The eighth chapter in Grace Crickette’s Risk Insider series on implementing enterprise risk management.
Lower pay for women in the field may be due to lower educational credentials or less time on the job.
A workers' compensation executive roundtable in California provides insight into reforms and claims management opportunities.
Changing market forces are driving pessimism among independent insurance agencies.
Stakeholders, including the public, have little tolerance for intentional deception.
Insurance business leaders in 2016 will be expected to both manage change and drive it.
Just because integrated absence management is hard to achieve doesn't mean it shouldn't be attempted.
While insureds with losses can expect an increase, others can look forward to level pricing or even modest discounts.
If I could invite nine insurance figures to dinner, these would be the top picks.
Insurers and brokers are developing unique tools to help insureds stay ahead of global political risks.
It's our internet passageways that are the weakness, not the walls of our cyber defenses.
A dedicated team of professionals is just one of the key elements of an effective claims innovation program.
Insurers need to become partners of Silicon Valley, not just claims payers.
Researchers produced what they believe is the first scientific proof that consistently applied treatment guidelines are effective in treating injured workers.
Modeling cyber risk accurately is key to avoiding a subset of D&O claims.
The risk manager for Columbus, Ga., discusses law enforcement liability and venturing into a coal mine at 15.
Kids' Chance, which provides scholarship assistance to kids whose parents have been catastrophically or fatally injured on the job, is working to reach the people who need it most.
No company is safe. Know how to prepare for and recover from a cyber attack.
Except for cyber, risk managers can expect declining insurance premiums.
Rhetoric simplifies workers’ comp for the general public, but details matter in the opt-out debate.
How a smart shirt and lifting weights can trump Big Data.
Unforeseen liabilities in M&As may cause headaches for buyers.
A look at the latest decisions impacting the industry.
Legionella remains a costly and deadly foe in real estate, hospitality and other sectors of the economy.
Risk professionals spend too little time considering human capital risks.
Companies that move data and services to the cloud may put themselves at risk of attack by patent trolls.
Fraud impacts the majority of U.S. companies annually.
Long supply chains offer criminals ample opportunities to sneak in counterfeit drugs, which pose a serious risk to public health.
Connect with college graduates before they join the workforce to help steer them toward the insurance career path.
Businesses retain many risks when their employees go on the road. Presented by Travelers.
Suspicions mount when an unpopular teacher takes a tumble.
Professionals wishing to speak at the 2016 National Workers’ Compensation and Disability Conference & Expo may now submit proposals. Deadline is Feb. 26.