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Spring is welcome after a cold, snow-packed winter. Yet, it also signals the unwelcome arrival of tornado season. According to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), about 1,200 …

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Microsoft revealed earlier this month that threat actors were compromising on-premise Microsoft Exchange servers using new vulnerabilities. Since that announcement, they have discovered that threat actors are using these …

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Leaders face immense pressure as they work to keep employees happy, costs low, performance high and success always within reach. They work to hire the best talent, delegate decisions …

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This post is republished here with the permission of our colleagues from Globiana, Inc. In the age of the coronavirus pandemic, business travel has come to a near standstill. …

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The American Rescue Plan Act of 2021 (ARPA) was signed by President Biden on March 11, 2021. Among changes affecting employers, this COVID-19 relief package includes COBRA subsidies for …

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COVID-19 changed everything—including business travel risks and liabilities. Here, Tanja Lumpp, Hylant Global Benefits Leader, answers questions about travel risks and insurance in general, and the impact of the …

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On February 26, 2021, the Departments of Labor, Health and Human Services (HHS), and the Treasury issued FAQ guidance to clarify health coverage requirements related to COVID-19. Coverage of …

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This post is republished here with the permission of our colleagues from Global Rescue LLC. You’re currently working in Africa, with plans to travel home at the end of …

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Anne was careful to safeguard her personal and financial information. But one day, a company with whom she did business was subject to a cyberattack. Her information was no …

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