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No sector has been affected more than the hospitality & leisure sector by the impact of Coronavirus. We spoke with Jon Preston, an expert on hospitality insurance, about some of the important issues business owners should be considering.
If there is one thing businesses can learn from the coronavirus crisis it is the importance of having a robust disaster recovery and business continuity plan (BCP) in place. We consider what goes in to a BCP.
The impact of the Coronavirus pandemic on business has been well documented but many sectors, including farming, have been considered essential and seemingly impervious to lockdown measures. We take a closer look at the implications of the virus on UK farms and what changes may be needed in the future.
Re-opening can present specific hazards, which if not planned or managed properly, can result in further disruption to your business. We take a closer look at some of the key considerations businesses need to take as they look to return to work.
As the Coronavirus pandemic continues to dominate headlines, our Group Protection teams have been busy understanding the implications of the virus on the protection markets and what businesses need to consider for their scheme members.
Government support for business throughout the COVID-19 crisis has been well documented but the implications of the virus on Group Pensions is unclear. We consider some of the more frequently asked questions.
Business owners have had to be incredibly agile and make numerous business decisions to maintain business continuity. However, there is a risk that these decisions could, without careful consideration, expose them to costly compensation claims.