The ‘lone wolf’ terrorist is a new phenomenon in Europe. Designed for risk professionals, this article explains how companies can plan ahead for unpredictable shocks to their business.
How is the InsurTech revolution impacting the insurance industry’s workforce? This article outlines how the new wave of technological innovations are impacting the industry, what roles are vulnerable to automation, what skills are sought after in the digital insurance age and top tips for employees.
In a recent survey, Airmic found that while business travel has increased by 25% over the last decade, just 16% of UK companies said they had high confidence in their travel risk framework. This article explains why simply having an insurance policy is not enough to manage people risk.
Flexible working practices are increasingly common in today’s organisations and deliver various benefits to employees and employers alike. However, they also present various risk management challenges. This article looks at some important considerations when exploring flexible working practices.
Personal accident and business travel (PA&BT) delivers vital business interruption protection and helps customers meet their legal obligations. This article explains why personal accident and business travel cover should be viewed as an essential cover for businesses of all shapes and sizes.
Produced by POST Webinars in association with the CII, this webinar focuses on the pros and cons of the varying insurance routes to the Hong Kong market and how customers value the differentiation in their offerings.
Download Fujitsu’s digital workplace infographic to discover the opinions of insurance and banking employees when it comes to workplace technology and why it should no longer be seen as a cost centre.
In the third part of Post’s research sponsored by LV=, brokers share their views on career progression, diversity and succession planning within the industry. Brokers also discuss the value of apprenticeships and achieving chartered status.
A study placed underwriters near the top of a list of jobs most at risk of being phased out in favour of automated systems. But how real is the prospect of underwriters being replaced by machines, and should it be welcomed or feared? Download Post's article to find out.
The second part of the research asks what diversity means to Lloyd’s and the London Market and how can it attract young talent and people from outside the profession into insurance.