On 10 November 2020, HMRC published full guidance on the extended Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme, also referred to as the Furlough Scheme, which has been extended to 31 March 2021. In this article, Hannah Thomas, Solicitor, Markel Law, highlights four key changes relevant to employers.
Talent retention and the skills gap have long remained a challenge in the insurance industry. In this video, an expert panel discuss how the insurance industry can become more appealing to talented millennials and the skills which are required for the modern workforce.
Insurance has been on the cusp of major change for a number of years. In this video, an expert panel discuss the key factors pushing companies to adopt change, how technology underpins the major cultural shifts in insurance and how the industry can rebuild trust with the market.
In this blog, Martino Scheepens, Customer Success Manager at FRISS, sheds light on monthly claims trends since March and why fraud will be increasingly seen as a way out for desperate people and businesses as a result of the pandemic.
Designed for intermediaries, MGAs and brokers, this content focuses on how AutoRek delivers a robust automated financial control framework that reduces operational risk, enhances control and delivers efficiencies.
Reconciliations are a vital part of the insurance industry, yet many firms still use manual tools such as Excel to perform these key financial controls. This content sheds light on how AutoRek’s feature-rich reconciliation software solution can help insurers transform their reconciliation processes.
The insurance industry is under pressure to achieve greater efficiencies and implement automated reconciliation processes. This webinar discusses the difficulties in operating manual excel reconciliations and why many insurers are prioritising automated solutions for critical business processes.
As the insurance industry continues to tackle day-to-day operational challenges associated with Covid-19, some longer-term trends are starting to emerge. This webinar focuses on EXL's four stages of Covid-19 response and how automation will play a beneficial role in the “Future of Work”.
Getting staff to come back into work prompts a host of legal questions. This content features a link to a guidance document which reviews the government’s guidance on reopening workplaces in relation to the complex health and safety obligations employers are faced with.
In this article, Carrie Huang, an Underwriting Manager with AXA XL’s Crisis Management team for Asia, explains why resilience is the fundamental imperative for companies today, and outlines how firms can become more aware, better prepared, and ready to respond to adversity.