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Companies need to consider the makeup of their employee populations as they develop best practices on their benefits communications, says Karen K. Delaney, GBA, Vice President and Employee Benefits Market Leader at Woodruff-Sawyer & Co.
Risk managers typically don’t have the capacity to invest large amounts of time preparing for a loss that may never occur. But when you reserve a reasonable amount of time to prepare for certain losses that could be damaging to your business, the effort can more than pay for itself in the long run, says Zac Overbay, Senior Vice President and Partner at Woodruff-Sawyer & Co.
Banking and Finance
Working capital is the lifeblood of your business. When it’s not managed proactively, it can severely limit your ability to grow your company.
Compliance & Information Governance
When referring to the health care industry, it’s assumed that it includes hospitals, health care providers and other frontline services. What may not be commonly known is that, in the eyes of the law, business associates of the covered entities — vendors, outsourced partners — are also part of the industry, and the retention regulations vary state by state.
An unfortunate fact of life in today’s digital world is that no one, be it an individual consumer of technology or a Fortune 100 business leader, can count on complete protection against becoming the next victim of cybercrime.