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Facing the Workers’
Now is the time to focus on overcoming obstacles, evaluating the
technology that has evolved around us, and seek better ways for our
industry to survive, even thrive, in the years ahead.
The New Cost of
The DOL seeks to expand liability for use of misclassified independent
The United States:
The World’s Largest
Emerging P3 Market
The United States is poised to become the largest public-private
partnership (P3) market in the world for infrastructure projects. The
opportunity to rebuild crumbling American infrastructure and create
first class assets is now.
While conducting a routine thermographic inspection at a facility in
South America, GRC experts followed their gut saving a valued client
from a significant, potential loss.
It’s More Common
Than You Think
According to an analysis by CNN, the U.S. accounted for 31 percent of all
public mass shootings between 1966 and 2012 in the world, despite the
U.S. only having five percent of the world’s population.
Funding Employee Benefits in
a Captive – A Risk Managers
Companies for some time now have reduced the costs of their P&C
risks by utilizing a captive. Today, this alternative risk transfer technique
is also available and utilized for funding employee benefits.
Searching for Stability
In Cyber Space
The dynamic cyber risk landscape demands a stable insurance carrier
with a prudent approach and an eye on the long road.
Making Automation Work
Rising Medical Solutions 2016 Workers’ Compensation Benchmarking
Study released last month found that higher performing organizations
use automated workflows to generate better claim outcomes.
Oil & Gas Industry Complexity
Requires Specialized Claims
With the increased demand for oil and gas in the United States, there is
a greater demand for experts who can handle the complex claims that
are associated with the industry.
Low Impact or High Cost?
Legalized use of medical and/or recreational marijuana in some states
raises questions about what workplace safety, drug testing, and other
risk management policies employers may want to adopt.