Back to Basics – Article Six: Disputes with your Insurers
Unfortunately, the world is not always an ideal place and, at times, you may find that you and your Insurers do not see eye to eye on the conduct of a claim. There can be a variety of reasons for a dispute arising, and these can range from a simple disagreement over the most cost-effective way to resolve matters to full-blown disagreements as to the facts and conduct of the claim. This document looks at how to deal with disputes when they arise.
Why Your Business Needs to Bolster Their Cyber-security Involvement
Although cyber-security has remained a top concern for UK organisations, recent data revealed that senior managers have yet to join the conversation. The government’s Cyber Governance Health Check discovered that just 16 per cent of corporate leaders demonstrated a full understanding of the potential impacts that a cyber-attack could have on their organisation. What’s worse,
Workplace Health & Safety: Don’t Ignore Near-miss Reporting
Following a serious accident on-site, many employers respond by re-evaluating their workplace risks and controls to determine what went wrong and how they can reduce the likelihood of future incidents. But in reality, many work-related accidents can be prevented altogether with the implementation of an effective near-miss reporting system. Indeed, the HSE defines a near-miss
Making the Effort to Prioritise Mental Health at Work: Here’s Why
It’s vital for your employees to feel comfortable and supported in sharing any worries or concerns they have regarding their health at work. Nevertheless, recent research found that this is hardly the case for UK workers—especially in the realm of mental health. In fact, while over 40 per cent of employees reported feeling comfortable with