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Changing risk management for the changing global environment

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The strategic CRO needs to be at the forefront of understanding a rapidly changing environment to assess risks in an informed way and advocate for new opportunities. Continue reading →

Why employers need to address the stigma of mental health and suicide

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Employers have been slow to address emotional and behavioral wellbeing. All we need to do is look at the data to see the facts. Continue reading →

Shaping a flexible Total Rewards experience

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In order for Total Rewards to support today’s evolving work ecosystem, programs must flex not only with changing business needs but also with the shifting expectations – especially regarding choice – of a diverse, multi-generational workforce. Continue reading →

From catastrophe to data: The findings of Flood Club

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The re/insurance market is ready to embrace academic findings and new technology for risk management. It is clear that there is a surge of interest in climate risk in the financial sector and in catastrophe modeling. Continue reading →

Is the ‘Attention Economy’ hindering performance at work?

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Against the backdrop of the Attention Economy and the "over supply" of information, how do organizations deliver a compelling employee experience while maximizing the benefits that technology offers? The answer starts with a deeper examination of the attentional requirements for performance and peak human experiences. Continue reading →

Claims against directors for failure to insure against cyber risk are more likely now

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In recent years, there have been many reports of data breaches on a massive scale caused by either corporate system failures or employee negligence. Continue reading →

Connecting emotional wellbeing and the employee experience

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A one-size-fits-all” approach toward benefits has long been on the way out. Tailored emotional wellbeing benefits and engaging individuals at points of need in their lives that could be significant sources of stress is imperative for increasing benefit value, workforce productivity and a meaningful employee experience. Continue reading →

Changing the face of the risk function….

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When some risk management teams are asked to weigh in on a business decision, they boil the question down to a matter of accept or reject. But in limiting their answers to a binary choice they’re missing a trick. Continue reading →

Unrest and uncertainty: Understanding the consequences of Brexit for businesses

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One of the primary consequences of Brexit could be the continuing ability of law enforcement to share information and coordinate their activities. Continue reading →

Risk heat maps: Moving from fear to danger to strategy

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In some situations, final frequency and severity scores may reflect the fears of the group, which can be unduly influenced by risks that are easier to imagine and/or that are currently topical. But what is needed to effectively guide organizations’ risk management activities is an assessment of underlying danger — rather than irrational fear. Continue reading →