COVID-19 is affecting the entire world, from local businesses to global enterprises. Our Coronavirus Risk Hub is a centralised resource centre that offers insights, guidance and information to help you stay informed on what this global pandemic means for your organisation, whether your operations are in Australia or beyond.
It is important to take a People-First approach by listening to employees' concerns and preparing to amend policies and plans based on evolving advice from local governments and health officials. As we move through the various stages of the pandemic, organisations need to account for financial, business, and personal impacts of their decisions and actions.
Below is a collection of articles, blogs and thought leadership related to COVID-19’s impact on four key areas: People, Business Implications, Insurance and Risk Management. Scroll further down if you would like to explore the Pandemic Response Lifecycle and learn about the challenges and solutions pertinent to your business throughout the various stages of a pandemic.
As COVID-19 makes its unprecedented mark on businesses and society as a whole by changing the way we work and our way of life – potentially forever, we examine how organisations can prioritise their employees, whilst still meeting the needs of customers and looking after the broader community.
As the global insurance market continues to harden, both insurers and policyholders are faced with an additional layer of complexity as a result of COVID-19. It is a continually evolving situation as the market realigns its focus and look for ways to manage the situation. Read the latest updates and discussions on key coverage issues faced by the Australian insurance market and organisations across the board.
As business operations are disrupted, companies are forced to adapt to changes and adjust to new realities in the COVID-19 world. We explore the immediate and long term implications this rapidly-evolving situation has on organisations and various industries.
How do organisations plan, respond to and recover from a pandemic? Has your business continuity plan been properly tested before being mobilised? What actions should you take now versus in six months’ time and are there alternative ways of managing risk? As businesses navigate through these questions, learnings and actions from today will shape organisations’ preparedness for the next crisis.
Navigating the Pandemic Response Lifecycle
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