The working from home model has real potential to become a permanent fixture for many insurers, although some key issues still need to be addressed. This blog highlights some important considerations when it comes to managing employees and meeting customers’ needs in a remote working environment.
The Cyber Risk Survey conducted by Post in association with CyberScout provides some great insight into claims activity and changes in the cyber landscape. This spotlight sheds light on how insurers and brokers can help their customers to assess and mitigate potential risks to their businesses.
In 2020, the cyber risk landscape changed drastically as a result of Covid-19 and the mass migration of employees to remote working environments. Based on feedback from cyber risk specialists, this spotlight sheds light on how cyber risks have changed over the past 12 months.
Companies need to consider new risks when hosting virtual Christmas parties, while being aware that normal employment hazards can still happen online. This content highlights three areas of risk that employers should consider before outlining a simple four-point plan to help avoid problems.
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.