As businesses return to work after pandemic closures, they must focus on key considerations like reducing virus transmission in the workplace, resuming and maintaining operations, and promoting a safe work environment.
Business owners need to get ahead of potential conflict scenarios that could arise when reopening after COVID-19 lockdowns.
COVID-19 is not going away any time soon. With additional pandemic outbreaks on the horizon, organizations must prioritize their risk management practices to prepare for long-term impacts on operations.
Businesses that collect health data for COVID-19 screening efforts may face legal liability.
Security teams can take advantage of office closures to assess risks and fortify now.
Videoconferencing tools generate a vast amount of data that could pose risk in future lawsuits.
These tips can help risk professionals gain trust and influence as advisors within their organization.
As businesses turn to insurance for COVID-19 losses, claims preparation is key to recovery.
Struggling companies looking to boost liquidity should review their commercial lease agreements.
Crisis response planning may be more effective than security tools in protecting against cyberattacks.
Employee lawsuits related to COVID-19 are growing exponentially since the pandemic took hold.
A majority of companies said they are not fully prepared for the financial impact of a changing climate.