An indemnity clause is a form of contractual risk transfer that shares similarities with the hold harmless provision, but with some crucial differences.
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Insurance, Risk Management, and Professional Development Tips for the Affordable Housing Industry.
The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) this week announced “substantive changes” to a portion of its Section 8 Renewal Policy Guidebook to streamline project-based rental assistance contract renewals.
High-rise buildings present several unique fire safety challenges compared to low-rise buildings and single-family homes.
Cybersecurity Resilience: A Guide for Affordable Housing Organizations Seeking Robust Cyber Insurance Coverage
Cybersecurity threats are all too real for housing organizations and take many forms, including phishing, ransomware, and business email compromise.
Your housing organization never needs an excuse to celebrate its achievements, but before hosting your next special event, consider a short-term event liability insurance policy for a little extra peace of mind.
Left untreated, mold can cause significant health risks for your residents—and significant liability for your organization. Don't believe us? The image at the top of this article, courtesy of AEI Consultants, is a great example of what can happen to a unit when mold is left unaddressed. To help you combat the fast-growing fungi, HAI Group turned to three experts: Tim Woodward and Sarah Feit of AEI Consultants, and Lawrence Schnapf of Schnapf Law.
Insurance is crucial for businesses, offering a safety net against potential financial losses due to unforeseen events. For public housing agencies (PHAs), insurance isn't just about protecting assets and property—it's a requirement tied to funding from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD).
Contract negotiations are critical in ensuring your housing organization actually receives the products and services it requires.
Does your housing organization have insurance coverage to protect lost, stolen, or damaged business personal property?
The micromanager. The workaholic. The narcissist. Chances are you’ve encountered at least one of these bad boss types in your career, so it might not come as a surprise to hear that organizations fail to hire the right candidate for a managerial position 82 percent of the time. On top of that, over the last few years, managers have been put through the wringer—they’ve had to endure a pandemic, find solutions to retain and attract talent during the Great Resignation, and keep employees engaged in the wake of ‘quiet quitting.’ So, what’s the secret sauce to beating the odds and hiring—or becoming—a successful manager? HAI Group’s Staci Canny asked Michael Teape, owner and lead training consultant of Teape Training International, for advice.