Julianna Forsyth, Marsh Commercial Risk Management, explores dangers of self-help risk management and why it’s important for businesses to seek the right support.
According to our UK Business Risk Report, just one quarter of UK businesses turn to experts or consultants for help to assess, understand, and manage risk. And more than a quarter (27%) saw the legal and contractual changes related to the shift to hybrid and remote working as important internal risks to be cognisant of.
That’s why we sat down with Julianna Forsyth from Marsh Commercial Risk Management, to explore the legal and contractual changes related to the shift to hybrid and remote working. The dangers of self-help risk management. And how businesses can seek the right support. Julianna discusses:
- The risks associated with hybrid working and how businesses can manage them.
- How businesses can manage the contractual risks associated with hybrid working.
- The dangers of ‘self-help’ risk management.
- How businesses can close the risk management gap.
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