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Implementing an HR portal? Get your house in order.

One question I hear time and time again from organizations is, “I wish I knew what to expect going into an implementation of an HR portal. How can I better prepare?” In many ways implementing any new technology is like … Continue reading →

The English Court of Appeal holds a senior manager strictly to account for negligence

As a senior manager, can you be summarily dismissed under English law for gross misconduct not as a result of deliberate or dishonest conduct but instead due to a negligent failure to act, even when this has caused your employer … Continue reading →

Insurers: Master practical risk management and thrive

Insurers face a critical choice that can separate those that thrive from those that get by. Enterprise risk management (ERM) can be a mere regulatory compliance exercise that satisfies a minimum requirement, or the starting line to a sprint toward … Continue reading →

How behavioral economics can improve well-being

We are learning that we can use the way our brains are hardwired to help improve our health. Continue reading →

Disruptive change and animal spirits stoke D&O risk

After escalating D&O risk in 2016, buyers will be looking for a reprieve in 2017. They may be disappointed. Continue reading →

They like me, they really like me! A candidate view of total rewards.

Turnover is on the rise and so is the competition for new talent, putting the pressure on HR to effectively manage and track their employees.  Some of the questions we frequently get from clients are What is the right candidate … Continue reading →

Looking to the future of airport security

A seemingly never-ending queue, the frantic patting down of pockets, shoes and belts stuffed into trays, the monotonous refrain of “please remove any liquids, iPads or laptops”: welcome to airport security. The global airport security market is expected to exceed … Continue reading →

Customer-centric insurers—Drive for show, putt for dough

Over recent years, the term “customer centricity” has become established in the global business lexicon. Companies are finding innovative ways to attract and satisfy consumers. Continue reading →

Earthquake hazard in a 3D world

The latest advances in computing now allow for 3D simulation of wave propagation; techniques simply not available to us previously. This will allow us to better understand the rupture and resulting ground motions of the largest earthquakes in greater detail. … Continue reading →

New EU Network Security Directive

The U.K. government confirmed in its Cyber Security Regulation and Incentives Review published in December that the EU’s Network and Information Security (NIS) Directive will be implemented in the U.K. In light of the U.K.’s vote to leave the EU … Continue reading →