2022 seems to be seeing the return to festive partying that the hospitality sector so desperately needs. This content provides Christmas party guidance for employers and highlights the importance of taking a few sensible precautions.
This short blog outlines how research conducted by the Institute of Customer Service (ICS) has provided ARAG with vital feedback to monitor service levels over time and measure performance against similar businesses.
Like so many aspects of the law, indeed of life, the increasing use of mediation to resolve legal disputes is a trend that has been accelerated by the pandemic, out of necessity. This blog highlights why mediation has become such an important and successful means for delivering access to justice.
In this video, ARAG's Claims Operations Manager, Heather Wilmot, explains why mediation is becoming a more and more popular and effective way to resolve legal disputes, especially since the start of the pandemic.
Since we launched in 2006, ARAG has provided access to justice to hundreds of thousands of people who might not otherwise have been able to afford it. This blog reflects on developments over the past 15 years and ARAG’s growth in the legal expenses insurance market.
From November 11th, anyone who works at a care home in England that is registered with the Care Quality Commission (CQC) who is not medically exempt, cannot legally enter the premises until they have received both doses of a Covid-19 vaccine. This blog highlights the legal ramifications.
ARAG's news bulletin covers the latest developments impacting the legal expenses insurance field. Topics covered: justice postponed but not forgotten; building at ATE partnership; personal injury awards; partnership history - Barcan+Kirby.
In this video, Paul Loughlin, senior associate solicitor at Stephensons Solicitors LLP, talks about some of the sector specific regulatory developments and the challenges that have emerged for hauliers, as a result of Covid-19.
Recently, we have witnessed unprecedented and sweeping changes to society as a whole. Designed for landlords, this content focuses on the implications of the Coronavirus Act 2020, the requirements of the new law and the impact of the ‘pre-action protocol’ for social housing.
Lawyers have warned that the suspension of UK tax tribunal cases during the Covid-19 pandemic has caused businesses to fail and prolonged uncertainty for many taxpayers. In this content, Lesley Attu, product development manager at ARAG outlines the latest developments.