For more than 80 years, ARAG has evolved into a versatile quality insurer with a focus on national and international legal insurance. ARAG employs 3,500 staff and operates successfully in 17 countries, including the United States, and holds a leading position in many international legal insurance markets. The ARAG Group reported total revenue and premium income of 1.73 billion EUR in fiscal year 2016.
Findings from a BEIS survey highlighted that fewer than half of employment tribunal claimants use a lawyer. In this blog, Lesley Attu, product development manager at ARAG shares her concerns about a lack of access to justice and highlights the value of family and commercial legal expenses insurance.
Since 1st July, it has been possible for employees to move to a flexible furloughing arrangement in which they can work under any part-time arrangement and be paid their normal wage for working hours. This article outlines the salient points of the next phase of the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme.
ARAG conducted a survey of brokers at the recent Broker Connect virtual conference run by Insurance Business publisher Key Media, which produced some interesting results. Download this article for a brief overview of the research findings.
This year decisions over granting holiday have the potential to create conflict and possibly legal issues, even in a normally harmonious workplace. This article briefly outlines the implications for employers and employees, including furloughed staff.
As the UK eases out of lockdown, what are the exposures facing the haulage sector post Covid-19? To discuss this topic in more detail, ARAG will be hosting an upcoming webinar which will provide essential insight for anyone in the insurance industry with clients working in road transportation.
On 29th May 2020, Rishi Sunak announced what the changes to the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme will look like and confirmed the deadline for final entrants into the CJRS. This content highlights the details known about the CJRS and the latest developments.
These are exceptionally stressful times for anyone renting a property and it can really help to have all the relevant information in one place. This content provides information on the questions that are most often being asked by callers to ARAG’s legal advice line.
One problem that the Covid-19 pandemic has created for the private rental sector is the uncertainty surrounding evictions. This content highlights the new process to help ARAG’s Landlord Legal Solutions policyholders to reach the best possible outcome with any tenants struggling to pay their rent.
In light of Covid-19, this content addresses some common questions concerning employees returning to work. Topics covered include: are employees able to return to work; how can employers keep staff safe if they return to work; the employment law implications of returning to work.
We realise that these are exceptionally stressful times for anyone running a business and also trying to navigate swiftly changing legislation. ARAG has put together some information on the questions that are most often being asked by callers to our legal advice line at the moment.