Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Employees may be feeling post-lockdown anxiety at the thought of returning to office life. What can employers do to help ease their staff back into the workplace?

The FCA’s test case into whether business interruption insurance policy wordings cover the circumstances experienced during Covid-19 pandemic has reached the Supreme Court. The ruling will provide authoritative guidance on this matter.

The FCA has proposed additional guidance to help insurance and premium finance customers who are in financial difficulties because of the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic.

In all companies, it is crucial that the decisions of the Board are made validly and lawfully. To do so, a meeting must be quorate. What does this mean and how does it apply in practice?

Just because we’re living and working during a global pandemic, this is not an excuse to cut corners with compliance. Bruce Fayle explains how the FCA meets its objectives.

The High Court has delivered its much-anticipated judgement in the FCA’s Business Interruption test case. What does this mean for policyholders, brokers and insurers?

What does the word ‘vulnerable’ suggest to you? Lisa Powell explores the FCA’s four drivers of vulnerability and the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic.

Starting a new job can be daunting at the best of times but particularly so during the current Covid-19 pandemic. RWA’s latest recruit Chloe Morris reflects on her first week at the company.

The coronavirus pandemic has resulted in a shift towards home working, meaning that videocalls are becoming a regular feature of our working lives. But should these calls be recorded, and what might be the implications of doing so?

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