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Cyber Attacks. What Do They Damage Most: Revenue or Reputation?
Cyber attacks are a serious global problem. The number of successful attacks has risen drastically to an average of 138 per week.* The constant national media coverage of high profile data breaches has brought cyber insurance into the spotlight. Companies hacked have the arduous task of rebuilding consumer loyalty, trust and revenue. In this issue of FOCUS, we tackle the Read More
Client Stories: Christensen Farms
At Hays Companies, we know the risks and concerns facing companies in the food and agribusiness industries. Something such as an E. coli contamination incident and subsequent product recall can leave your company reeling and scrambling to save your reputation. Our expert team at Hays is here to provide the assistance you need to stay Read More
Hays Companies Opens New York City Office
Hays Companies, one of the nation’s fastest growing risk management, insurance and employee benefits advisors in the country, recently opened an office in New York, New York. This new location will allow Hays Companies to better serve existing clients and future partners in the Northeastern United States. “Hays Companies strong, steady growth and our expanding Read More
Hollcroft Named Safety Professional of the Year
The American Society of Safety Engineers (ASSE) recently honored Hays team member Bruce Hollcroft with the Region I Safety Professional of the Year Award. The prestigious award for the West Region was based upon technical expertise, innovations to advance the safety profession, community involvement and endorsements from within the safety community. ASSE represents the largest Read More
An Educational Seminar on Drones
Join us via webcast on Tuesday, February 3, 2015 at 10:00 AM CT for our seminar on “Drones: The Future is Now.” In 2012, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Reauthorization Act was signed, which included a requirement that the FAA develop regulations for the licensing of commercial drones by September 2015. While licensing is still Read More
The Hidden Costs of Terrorism.
Terrorism. It could easily be the most alarming word in the English language. In our first issue of FOCUS, we tackle the hidden costs of terrorism and what it takes to manage the risk today. We also showcase our new analytical resource that provides valauble information on market performance and trends. Read more here. To request Read More
Steve Topel Joins Hays Companies
Hays Companies announced Steve Topel has joined its Chicago operations as President of Property and Casualty. He will be responsible for spearheading new business development, overall office leadership, and recruiting great people. “We are delighted to have Steve on board at Hays. His knowledge and experience will add significant depth to our property and casualty Read More
New Technologies That Support Health Strategies
No matter what form of health strategies an organization offers, there is little chance of success without member engagement, and no chance for member engagement without member awareness. At Hays Companies, we understand while there are many kinds of employer-sponsored wellness programs, all of them present program administrators with the common challenge of effectively Read More
Habitat for Humanity
Since 2009, Hays Companies has been in partnership with Habitat for Humanity in an effort to reduce homelessness and provide affordable housing for families in need. This month, Hays Companies’ colleagues spent two days working on the final construction process of two homes in Crystal, Minnesota. The process involved landscaping, painting, cleaning, and putting finishing Read More
New OSHA Fatality and Serious Injury Reporting Requirements
The U.S. Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration announced a final rule on Thursday, September 11th requiring employers to notify OSHA when a work-related fatality occurs or an employee suffers a work-related hospitalization, amputation or loss of an eye. The rule, which also updates the list of employers partially exempt from OSHA record-keeping requirements, Read More