As the Covid-19 vaccination programme progresses, many companies are looking to implement a hybrid-working model offering their staff a degree of flexibility between working from home and from the office. Corporate wellness programmes will need to adjust to this new reality.
The International Maritime Organization (IMO) has set ambitious CO2 reduction targets for the marine sector, but the regulator relies upon member states and ship operators to take decisive action to achieve the goals.
The construction sector has significant potential for reducing its environmental impact as pressure from investors, regulators, governments as well as insurers is on the rise.
Businesses are rapidly replacing their internal combustion engine (ICEs) powered fleets with electric vehicles (EVs) to reduce their carbon footprint. As part of the process, fleet managers need to address EV specific risks while also making sure that their insurance providers are keeping pace with the company’s changing risk exposure.
As the construction sector speeds up automation and digitisation of processes, contractors are increasingly required to show strong cyber hygiene protocols as the industry and more importantly, the customers fear the financial and reputational fallout from a cyber-incident.
Men tend to avoid talking about their own health issues. This may need to change if they want to live a longer and better life.
A company’s human resources (HR) function naturally has to manage a wealth of personal and confidential data. The task of protecting it from breaches or unpermitted use has become more challenging and riskier after the implementation of stricter data protection regulation.
Over the past decades, companies have experienced a massive shift from tangible to intangible assets in their balance sheet exposures, which needs to be reflected in their risk management strategies.