Tips to manage stress after the pandemic14 May 2021
Some experts warn that, for many people, fully recovering from the coronavirus pandemic will take a good amount of time. During the past year, job loss, financial hardship and isolation have led to many people having to deal with greater stress and anxiety. This infographic provides a number of tips for improving and maintaining mental […]
Mental Health Awareness Week12 May 2021
Organised by the Mental Health Foundation, Mental Health Awareness Week focuses on inspiring the UK to improve mental health. According to the Office for National Statistics, the proportion of adults experiencing depression nearly doubled during the pandemic. The theme for 2021’s Mental Health Awareness Week is nature. As such, the Mental Health Foundation is encouraging […]
Commercial Insurance Profile May 202112 May 2021
This Commercial Insurance Profile includes guidance for how employers can continue to educate and train employees on potential safety hazards even while they are working remotely. It also provides information on the potential decrease of air travel among business travellers. Click here to download the latest commercial insurance briefing.
Cyber Risks & Liabilities – May / June 20214 May 2021
This edition of Cyber-risks and Liabilities includes information on firmware attacks and extortionware. It also includes guidance regarding the importance of sanitising electrical devices in order to prevent a malicious party from being able to restore sensitive or confidential information. Click here to download the briefing.
Commercial Insurance Profile April 202120 April 2021
This Commercial Insurance Profile provides guidance on two different subjects. First, employers can learn about precautions that should be taken when workers must travel abroad during the pandemic. In addition, an overview of future directors’ and officers’ liability risks may help prevent future claims. Click here to download our latest briefing.
Charity Commercial Insurance Profile 2nd Quarter 20218 April 2021
It is important for charities and not-for-profit organisations to establish digital foundations in order to not only survive the rest of the pandemic, but also to be prepared for the future. This article provides tips for achieving this goal. Click here to download our latest briefing for the charity sector.
Cyber Risks & Liabilities – March / April 202118 March 2021
As technology continues to evolve, so do the methods by which a cyber-attack might take place. One key example of a potential cyber-security step that organisations may not have prioritised heavily enough is maintaining the security of mobile devices. Just like the computers at employees’ desks, mobile devices—such as smartphones and tablets—can be targeted by […]
Commercial Insurance Profile March 20218 March 2021
The coronavirus pandemic has wreaked havoc upon the UK, including employers across all sectors. But even when employees have seemingly recovered from a case of COVID-19, it is important to recognise the extended effects that the disease may have on them. Being aware of who may be at risk for long COVID and how to […]
Directors’ and Officers’ – risks to understand in 202123 February 2021
Directors and officers can be major liabilities. Misconduct or negligence that may be committed by these leaders can result in subordinates taking legal action, government-issued penalties and irreparable damage to an organisation’s finances or reputation. In order to protect themselves from the risks and liabilities associated with their leaders, employers should take the time to […]
Cyber-risk Exposure Scorecard15 February 2021
In recent years, cyber-attacks have emerged as one of the most significant threats facing organisations of all sizes. The internet and other network operations have created risks that were unheard of less than a decade ago. When cyber-attacks (such as data breaches and hacks) occur, they can result in devastating damage, such as business disruptions, […]