HAI Group President and CEO Ed Malaspina recently sat down with Lori Chordas from AM Best for an AM Best TV segment on maintaining a skilled workforce in today's work environment, the effects of artificial intelligence on the insurance industry, emerging cybersecurity threats, and the impact severe weather has on insurance carriers.
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Insurance, Risk Management, and Professional Development Tips for the Affordable Housing Industry.
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Record management is crucial for the success and sustainability of public and affordable housing organizations. Properly managed records can enhance operational efficiency and play a pivotal role in mitigating risks and ensuring regulatory compliance.
Have you ever been blamed for something entirely out of your control? It’s happened to most of us, often for minor transgressions around the house or office. The blame game can happen to businesses, too, including public and affordable housing organizations.
Ensuring fair and equal treatment of tenants is of utmost importance in the housing industry. Unfortunately, instances of tenant discrimination—whether intentional or unintentional—still occur, posing significant financial and reputational risks to housing organizations.
As the U.S. grapples with increasingly severe and unpredictable weather patterns, public and affordable housing organizations must be prepared for the challenges posed by extreme summer weather. From scorching heat waves to intense storms, organizations must take proactive measures to ensure the safety, comfort, and well-being of residents and employees.
In the realm of commercial insurance, certificates of insurance (COIs) play a crucial role in facilitating business transactions and safeguarding the interests of various stakeholders. These documents provide tangible proof of insurance coverage and valuable information about policy details, limits, and endorsements.
The popularity and availability of micromobility products such as electric bikes (e-bikes), electric scooters (e-scooters), and hoverboards have drastically increased in the last several years. These modes of transportation are powered by rechargeable lithium-ion batteries, which can pose a severe fire hazard when damaged or charged improperly.
In the complex world of public housing, an array of potential risks lurk, from cyber threats to policy changes. For public housing authorities (PHAs), understanding these risks is essential to safeguarding operations, residents, and communities. This blog delves into ten critical risks that PHAs must navigate.
When a property owner participating in a federal voucher program fails to meet unit health and safety obligations, the public housing agency (PHA) administering the program must step in to enforce compliance or face potentially serious consequences.
Active shooter and workplace violence incidents are a growing threat to businesses of all types, including public and affordable housing organizations.