You don’t have to look far to see that executive and management liability exposures are increasing. Almost daily, headlines report cyberattacks and data breaches, lawsuits against corporate directors and officers, litigation over employee benefit plan issues, and criminal activity committed by company insiders.
Businesses are under greater scrutiny from regulators, legislators, customers, employees, investors and others. But it’s not just larger public companies that face such challenges – cyber privacy and security, crime, and employment practices litigation present real threats to privately held businesses and nonprofit organizations of all sizes.
The Hanover understands the challenges of doing business in today’s complex and litigious business environment, and is here to help. We offer an array of tools and resources to help you manage these risks and sustain long-term business success.
Risk Solutions Partners
The Hanover has partnered with other expert safety professionals to provide our customers with discounted solutions to costly problems. You may find these especially helpful:
|Background checks and employment screening|
|Cyber security eRisk hub® portal
NetDiligence®, an expert cyber risk assessment and data breach services company, provides cyber privacy and security policyholders access to tools and resources to help you understand your exposures, establish a response plan and minimize the effects of a breach on your organization via the eRisk Hub® Portal. Learn More
Education & Training
Course I – The Fundamentals
Learn about the hard and soft costs of EPL claims, the types of discrimination, the statutes that protect against different types of discrimination and the most common types of claims. Start Now
Course II – Policies & Procedures, The Managers Role
This course will help identify key institutional policies and procedures, list different forms of communications to help employees understand and describe talent management strategies. Start Now
Course III – Common Complaints and Prevention Strategies
Learn to identify the most common employment practices that cause employee complaints and understand how to address each of these practices legally and effectively. Start Now
Course IV – Addressing a Complaint
Learn the appropriate steps to follow when a harassment or discrimination complaint is filed and understand how to prevent retaliation claims stemming from the complaint process. Start Now