The nature and business goals of nonprofit organizations are unique; therefore, their insurance coverage must be too. Nonprofits employ income-reliant individuals while also facing obstacles such as donor retention, stewardship, and volunteer liability all while championing for a worthy cause. And with different organizational goals also comes different requirements for insurance coverage. In order to … Continue reading Common Insurance Obstacles Nonprofits Face
Crisis management is difficult even under normal circumstances, and with an on-going health crisis, it is even more difficult to predict what policies and procedures your nonprofit should have in place. If we have learned anything from the COVID-19 pandemic, it is that preparedness and resiliency against known risks and threats are essential, no matter … Continue reading Five COVID-19 related policies and procedures your nonprofit should have in place
Regardless of the progress that has been made over the years concerning gender equality in the workplace, most studies on the topic show that businesses and organizations still have a long way to go. According to a recent survey performed by the Pew Research Center, 42% of women in the United States claim that they … Continue reading 4 Steps in Preventing Gender Discrimination in the Workplace
Over 100 years ago, the Great Chicago Fire of 1871 burned through the city and beyond, destroying thousands of buildings, leaving hundreds of thousands of people homeless, and resulted in over 250 deaths. The fire raged for two days, from October 8 through October 10, and caused an estimated $200 million in damages. Fire Prevention … Continue reading National Fire Prevention Week is October 4-10
When nationwide stay-at-home orders were enforced back in March, most employees thought they were packing up their desks for just a few weeks. Majority of employers and employees could have never anticipated that six months later they would still be working from home. Although remote working appears to have been coordinated overnight, it seems like … Continue reading It’s Time to Reevaluate Your Organization’s Cyber Risks
The H&A 3rd Quarter Newsletter is hot off the press and is titled "Commercial Insurance Forecast". It's a look into the insurance marketplace during the economic downturn and COVID-19, plus other interesting articles and fun facts!
By: Hawley & Associates and Lutheran Social Services of Minnesota Risk Management team You might not realize it, but times have been relatively good for insurance customers. For the most part, premiums have been steadily reducing for years now. In the insurance world, we call this a soft market. But this has changed drastically. The … Continue reading What’s Up With The Commercial Insurance Market?