In this video, Stephen Moore, Partner and Head of Employment at Ashfords LLP explains some of the steps that employers can take to head off employment disputes and avoid tribunal claims.
In this video, Stephen Moore, Partner and Head of Employment at Ashfords LLP talks about the longer impact the pandemic is likely to have on the world of work and the laws that govern it.
The ongoing Covid-19 pandemic and economic fallout combined with a shift to remote working has created ideal conditions for cyber criminals. This infographic highlights some key areas where businesses could be exposed to a cyber attack and how cyber coverage can mitigate the risks.
In this extract from ARAG's Talk to the Experts webinar about the heightened legal pressures on the care sector, since the coronavirus outbreak, Adam Pennington, Senior Associate Solicitor at Stephensons Solicitors LLP discusses the employment law implications for care providing businesses.
Natural catastrophes present serious safety threats as more organisations take on international exposure. Produced by AXA XL, this article highlights why organisations require natural disaster evacuation coverage to protect their people overseas and the key characteristics of the coverage.
As businesses reopen or consider reopening, any procedure that falls outside of standard operations could be placing companies at increased risk of privacy issues, not to mention cyber risks. Produced by AXA XL, this article focuses on how organisations can manage cyber risks connected to Covid-19.
Taken from ARAG's recent Talk to the Experts webinar about the exposures facing the road haulage industry, this video focuses on the wider implications for employers, and how they impact all businesses with workers and employees in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic and subsequent lockdown.
The increased use of automation is a trend that is likely to continue once lockdown restrictions are lifted and life gets back to “normal.” This article focuses on the risk management considerations and the shifting concept of liability from human to systems, technology or parts failure.
As the UK gradually moves towards the 'new normal' and necessary changes are made to working practices, business owners will have in mind the risk of claims if employees develop Covid-19. This content highlights how businesses can mitigate the risk of employers' liability claims.
As businesses move to reopen, resuming direct contact with customers and between employees, risks are exacerbated for both employees and customers. This article focuses on how businesses can evaluate and manage operational risks associated with Covid-19, including the risks to workers and customers.