Taking a proactive approach to disaster preparedness can reduce stress and ensure that brokers recover quicker should adversity strike. In this article, Adam Tier, head of underwriting at Ansvar Insurance, outlines the steps intermediaries can take to improve their resilience.
Undoubtedly hybrid working has revolutionised the way we work, but it may also be a catalyst for new potential risk exposures. This article considers three misconceptions about computer insurance in relation to hybrid working, and how brokers can ensure their clients have appropriate cover in place.
In this content, ARAG’s partners at Vita Health Group talk about where the term ‘neurodiversity’ comes from and challenge the stigma of neurodiversity. The content also highlights different neurodivergent conditions and provides a short guide to attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD).
Organisations are increasingly thinking about people risk, recognising that employees are their most valuable intangible assets. In this article, Helen Payne, UK director of human sustainability at Aon, outlines what steps firms are taking to look after their employee’s wellbeing.
Culture is a significant factor in recruitment and attracting people to the insurance industry, during the most difficult period for hiring in the broker market’s history. This article highlights why culture holds the key to attracting and motivating staff in the broker market.
There is an ongoing war for talent in the loss adjusting industry. In this article, Sonya Tolson, chief people officer of McLarens, examines the steps the loss adjusting industry needs to take to have a broader appeal while continuing to attract senior adjusters.
With many experienced practitioners heading for retirement, the London Market urgently needs to find ways to attract and retain young talent with a broad base of skills. This article discusses the London Market’s talent issue and the steps it must take to address the gap.
‘Blue Monday’ is the name given to the third Monday in January which has been dubbed the most depressing day of the year. The psychologist who coined the term has since said he believes ‘Blue Monday’ is a “self-fulfilling prophecy”. The content busts the myth of ‘Blue Monday’.
If you’re someone who finds the guilt and shame-inducing subtext of marketing messages in January to be overwhelming, Vita Health are here to help. ARAG’s partners share their top three coping mechanisms to help you through the “new year, new you” onslaught.
In this article, Emma Higgins, chief people officer at QBE International, argues that updating employment offerings in line with ideas from employees is the answer to the great resignation.