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The E.U.’s Network and Information Security Directive: How should transportation companies respond?

On August 8, the U.K. government announced it was considering fines of up to £17 million, or 4% of global turnover, for companies that fail to implement cybersecurity measures set out in the Network and Information Systems Directive (NISD). But … Continue reading →

Demystifying social media for broker-dealers: 6 updates to FINRA guidance

Keeping up with the pace of change in social media is difficult for everyone. For broker-dealers, remaining in compliance with regulatory guidance is particularly difficult. Customers are constantly demanding more and more channels for online communication. Conforming to regulatory record-keeping … Continue reading →

Peak hurricane season is approaching. What can we expect?

Two months of 2017 Atlantic Hurricane season down, four more to go. With the peak of this year’s hurricane season yet to pass, so far we have seen seven named storms. None of these storms have become hurricanes, but echoes … Continue reading →

Good HR looks a lot like good business

C-suite executives, including Chief Human Resources Officers (CHROs), require broad business acumen  I was speaking with a client recently who asked me what I thought good HR “looks like.” My answer was swift and simple: Good HR looks like good … Continue reading →

Cracking the code: Using performance management to better retain and engage millennials

Employee retention is critical for the success of any organization. Retaining millennial employees, a group who has almost become synonymous with turnover, has become a hot topic for many of our clients as our recent research shows that cost of … Continue reading →

Title VII and sex discrimination…where will it end up?

“Sex discrimination” – what does that mean? Sounds simple, right? Discrimination against an individual because of their sex. But what does “because of their sex” mean? And what exactly is protected pursuant to Title VII? Those are the questions that … Continue reading →

Multi-patient losses create real financial challenges for medical professional insurers

Recent headlines have confirmed that health care providers are increasingly being held liable for multiple patient injuries and deaths, an issue previously highlighted in research by Willis Re. Since our initial blog following the conviction of breast surgeon Ian Paterson, reports … Continue reading →

Following up: U.S. health care debate

With the July 28 defeat of health care reform legislation on the Senate floor, the ACA remains in effect. However, the political uncertainty surrounding the law continues. So, as policymakers determine their next steps, here are a few points for … Continue reading →

Who touched my homepage! Is content governance all it’s cracked up to be?

If you’ve spent years poring over your words trying to remove any possibility of ambiguity, you know “not open to interpretation” is practically an unreachable goal. And the age of 140 characters and #hashtags makes the impossible even more difficult. … Continue reading →

Avoid a reporting crisis: Useful tips – Part 2

Implementing reporting process transformation has to be a multi-discipline, collaborative exercise. Continuing our recent series of blog posts on the driving forces behind reporting process transformation in European insurance companies and some tips for achieving it, we move on to … Continue reading →