Podcasts & Blogs

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Creating an Effective Succession Plan

Typically, the public sector has been behind the curve when it comes to its leadership training and development. The fact that the public sector faces the challenges of changing administrations, politics and priorities are all the more reason developing a strong, sustainable succession planning program is important.

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The Impact of COVID-19 on Litigation and Risk Management

While some jury trials have reconvened in-person, with safety precautions of social distancing and face coverings, there comes great difficulty with keeping remote jurors accountable.

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Documenting Complex Claims After a Natural Disaster

As the frequency of these events rises, it is critical to have a sound plan for managing through the cost recovery phase of a significant impact on your organization.

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Compliance Strategies and the Role of the Interactive Process

When it comes to employee injuries and illnesses, the intersection and overlap of state workers’ compensation laws with federal laws such as the Americans with Disabilities Act can present seemingly endless questions.

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New Face of Case Management in Workers’ Compensation

The new face of case management incorporates technology to provide a holistic approach to the person; subsequently encouraging more proactive, resolution driven claims processes which will prove to be more effective for all parties.

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How Health Management Programs Impact Workers’ Compensation

While there are many factors that determine the outcome of a claim, the most significant influence is the decline in health of the claimant, which leads to increased costs and a longer duration.

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Autonomous Vehicles and Scaling Risk

I want to see mainstream autonomous vehicles (AVs), but I remain bearish about mainstream high-level autonomy.

My reasons for bearishness are not related to the technology that powers self-driving cars, or demand for AVs. Instead, it’s the systemic risk that wide-scale AV deployments create. What will change when we have numerous fully autonomous cars on the road?

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Managing Infectious Disease Risks

It’s imperative to understand how to manage the ongoing risks and consequences of the current COVID-19 crisis at hand.

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Encouraging Education in Cybersecurity

Ignorance has never been bliss, but it is even less so today. Cybercriminals are always looking for vulnerabilities to exploit.

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