- Crisis planning needs dynamic approach
CHICAGO — Crisis communications plans can help organizations effectively manage and recover from a crisis, but they have to be well-thought out and updated, a panel of experts said.
- Receptionist stands up to high heel requirement
Beauty is pain, according to some workplace dress codes.
- Lowe's settles claims it fired workers on medical leave
(Reuters) — Lowe’s Cos. has reached an $8.6 million settlement of a U.S. agency lawsuit accusing the nation’s second-largest home improvement retailer of illegally firing workers who went on medical leave for a long time.
- Fewer retail sector data breaches means less business for law firms
An apparent decline in cyber breaches affecting retailers has led to fewer data breach lawsuits filed in federal courts, a report says.
- Workers comp insurance group appoints new leaders
AF Group has announced the appointments of a new president and executive vice president/chief operating officer, effective immediately.
- Maritime worker's long-time knee injury not deemed temporary disability
A maritime worker who injured his knee nearly 30 years ago can’t be classified as temporarily disabled despite the prospect of surgery, the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in San Francisco has ruled.
- Rule bans transgender discrimination in health care
HHS has finalized a rule that bans discrimination against transgender people throughout the health care system, carrying out anti-bias provisions in the Affordable Care Act.
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Find out which features on BusinessInsurance.com were the most popular this week.
- European Central Bank to set up cyber attack warning system for banks
(Reuters) — The European Central Bank will set up a database to register incidents of cyber crime at commercial banks, aiming to create an early warning and analysis system for big lenders, it told a German newspaper on Thursday.