An increasingly interconnected world offers new and exciting realms of opportunities, in addition to new risks. Whether your organization has significant international operations or your employees travel internationally, safeguarding the bottom line means anticipating potentially costly exposures. You have access to a partner with a thorough understanding of global complexities that can help you obtain the right coverage.
Our global partners help navigate laws, regulations and cultural differences to develop a program that meets your standards. We help design insurance packages for foreign employees and ensure compliance with local laws and regulations. We also help identify, analyze and reduce exposures where you operate while reducing redundancies and minimizing coverage gaps.
Our membership with Worldwide Broker Network (WBN) allows clients to partner with over 15,000 independent insurance specialists that have a comprehensive understanding of their local markets. We partner with WBN to provide customized global solutions through:
Snow days were a highlight of winter when many of us were children, but now winter weather presents a host of difficulties for employers. There are safety concerns, OSHA regulations to comply with, potential liability risks, attendance confusion and pay-related issues. It’s important to be prepared for all scenarios associated with inclement weather before the weather arrives, and to make sure employees are properly informed of all relevant policies and procedures.
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In a previous article, we discussed what consumers should do in the wake of the breach of data at Equifax. But what about its effects on businesses? Businesses have a significant responsibility to protect their customers’ personally identifiable information (PII). Failure to do so could lead to lawsuits, loss of trust, loss of revenue, and even loss of the business.
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