The COVID-19 pandemic will undoubtedly lead to a record number of business interruption (BI) and event cancellation insurance (ECI) claims filed by commercial policy holders. In anticipation of the surge, GB has formed a specialized team consisting of experienced professionals organized to assist carriers in process management, and more importantly, driving superior outcomes.
While we were unable to meet in-person this year to discuss the major issues facing risk management, we want to support our risk management community through sharing of knowledge and resources. As a part of our commitment, we brought you:
Think Ahead. Think Gallagher Bassett. A Thought Leadership Webinar Series.
A change of work environment can lead to increased productivity for some employees, but on the other hand, can lead to a dip in productivity for others.
Download our editable toolkit to support you and your team to remain productive and top of your game when working from home during this period of uncertainty.
Recent months have seen organizations across the world embrace remote working to ensure business continuity throughout the COVID-19 pandemic. While this quick transition to working from home is challenging for all employees, it’s particularly difficult for working parents. Download our “Gentle Bear’s Big Hibernation” story to help you talk about working from home with your children.
This webinar brings together executive leaders from GB to discuss the current and near-term effects of COVID-19 on business operations for the insurance industry. Features Mike Hessling (CEO - GB North America), Dawn Griffin (Senior VP - US Claims Operation - Carrier Practice), and Joe Powell (Senior VP - Analytics).
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Truck drivers are emerging as some of the unsung heroes during the COVID-19 Crisis and we salute them for working each day to keep our economy moving forward. With this in mind, GB Transportation has created a resource to help transportation companies protect the health and safety of their drivers.
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The next phase in overcoming the Coronavirus Pandemic is to re-open our businesses and buildings, which have been shuttered as never before. There remains a host of questions and challenges on exactly how to do that safely, employing a calculated, well thought out plan that will instill confidence in those returning to the workplace and the public in general.
In preparation for a return workforce re-occupancy, Gallagher Bassett Technical Services is offering a vast array of services from a team of Certified Industrial Hygienists, Certified Safety Professionals, Professional Mechanical Engineers, Architects and
disinfection and sterilization experts.
The National Council on Compensation Insurance (NCCI) intends to alter the way businesses that have suspended operations due to COVID-19 (but continue to pay employees at home) report payroll.
With temporary declines in claim volume due to the COVID-19 pandemic, risk managers and their TPAs should look to capitalize in the short term, by focusing on closing out long outstanding claims. Now may be the time to make a positive impact that can be felt far into the future.
Coronavirus has shaken every part of the global economy, including the healthcare industry. Here’s how healthcare workers can help in COVID-19 virus control.
Moving your workspace from an office to your home can be a challenging effort on many levels. Fortunately, it is not an impossible task, especially if you follow some basic practices.
Staying connected while working from home is important, but not always easy. Here's how to do it for the non-tech savvy.
The easiest way to make the workplace a safe environment is to make it a clean environment. Here we discuss how you, as an employer, can ensure a safe environment for your employees through this uncertain time.
In times like this, keeping good hygiene practices at work becomes more important than ever. Read on to learn how to keep your workspace clean and protect yourself and your co-workers from coronavirus.
Here we outline the necessary steps that all workplaces and employees must comply with, in order to keep the workplace as clean and hygienic as possible.
It’s becoming ever more important for organizations to take control of their workplace health and safety, and look after their employees. Check out our simple guide to create an emergency pandemic plan.
The COVID-19 outbreak has already shut down universities, workplaces, sporting events. But for some of us, travel plans must march on.
It’s important for employers and employees to recognize the risks associated with stress during crises. Here we outline the steps you and your employees should take to remain calm during these uncertain times.
Social Distancing is one of the best ways to maintain your workplace health. Keep reading to learn how to be effective at social distancing.