2018 was a busy year for cyber-attacks and data breaches: it’s time to make sure your business doesn’t get caught out in 2019 by checking your policies to ensure you are covered for everything you believe could pose a risk within your business. Remember: cyber crime insurance is NOT usually covered on a commercial combined policy.
When it comes to insurance, the temptation to arrange a policy online via a comparison site is very real. But the question is: do you really know enough about what you are buying to make sure the cover is right for you or your business? This is where the value of an insurance broker can never be underestimated.
The November moustache-growing movement known as Movember has been gaining momentum since it started back in 2003. With its focus on men’s health from both a physical and mental perspective, this is the perfect time for employers to encourage their male workers – and their female colleagues and friends – to start investing time and care into their health and well-being.
The mental health charity Mind has revealed that poor mental health affects half of all employees. In this post we are taking a look at two aspects of mental health, starting with employer liability and workplace mental health, then moving on to how mental ill health can affect access to insurance cover.