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Morale in the workplace is low, according to eye-opening recent research, but it isn't anywhere near enough to lead to wholesale revolt.
Whether it be staged or full-blooded rage, reality show stars who throw down are on their own from an insurance perspective.
The Supreme Court's ruling for the defendant in Dukes v. Wal-Mart will make it harder for employees to mount class-action suits against companies for monetary damages and discrimination.
AIG's CEO Robert Benmosche debunks the many myths held against the large insurer, talks about putting off his retirement further and shares how Hank Greenberg first approached him for the job.
If you're a nonmedia company and you're uncertain of what steps you should take to better protect yourself in the social media realm, five experts provide the following advice.
A sea-change is under way in the way that companies are covering their communications exposures.
The Dominique Strauss-Kahn affair underscores the legal and employment liability risks to foreign employers doing business stateside.
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