Despite “freedom day” being delayed for now, many companies have been putting the finishing touches to office moves or remodelling to ensure new workspaces are ready for employees to return. This blog highlights some of the key issues for employers to consider ahead of a return of the office.
The current furlough arrangement is set to come to an end on September 30. This article outlines how government support will taper over the summer months and why businesses need to keep meticulous and up to date records of furlough claims as well as any other business support funds.
As the vaccine programme accelerates and lockdown gradually starts to lift, many employers will be turning their attention to unfurloughing their workforce and/or encouraging their employees to return to the workplace. This article lays out the answers to the most common employer uncertainties.
The pandemic has certainly reminded us all of the need to prepare for the unexpected and that not all risks can be assessed based on historical data. This blog focuses on the factors impacting the changing risk landscape and how technology infrastructure is reshaping the insurance industry.
In this blog, Mike Smart, Sales Director, Duck Creek Technologies, looks back at the effects of the pandemic, how working practices will alter, and the opportunities on the horizon for the insurance industry.
This whitepaper is based on a survey conducted by Nuxeo and confirms a growing appetite for more agile ways of harnessing critical enterprise content assets, as organisations in all sectors strive to keep up with a fast-changing world.
Staying compliant and keeping customers’ data safe must be a top priority for all insurers. This blog provides a breakdown of some of the most important global legislation that will impact insurance operations, and the steps insurers can take to protect data privacy.
In this article, Hannah Thomas, Markel Law’s employment law solicitor, summarises the EU settlement immigration scheme in place for European Economic Area nationals, Swiss nationals and their family members who wish to continue living in the UK after 30 June 2021 and what it means for employers.
It’s hard to imagine a word cloud for 2020 without the word “vaccine” in it, and 2021 is proving to be little different. This content focuses on whether employers can require employees to be vaccinated before returning to work, and potentially dismiss them, if they refuse.
Without embedding a predictive model into a relevant business process, all the work and cost put into predictive analytics will be for nothing. Part four of this blog series considers the unique needs of implementing predictive models into insurance business processes.