Dust off your flashing reindeer antlers and dry clean your best sparkly outfit: work Christmas party season is here. But is it time to relax or time to fret?
Employee disputes can happen despite your best efforts. If you're threatened with legal action, employment practices liability insurance has your back.
Directors' and officers' insurance is a must if you own or help run a business. That's because you can be held personally liable if things go wrong.
Where do you start with professional insurance? Or finish, come to that? Our guide to what you do and don't need will help you decide.
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Our know-it-all's guide to insurance for photographers explains what you need, from covering your equipment to protecting yourself when shooting on location.
What's next on your to-do list? If it's not 'buy some insurance for facilities managers', maybe it should be. Especially if you're not covered. Here's why.
We dug around and found some cracking examples of actual claims against directors and their companies. Better hope these directors had D&O insurance.
We're not going to beat about the bush here. If you're a business owner or boss, you definitely don't need directors' and officers' insurance. Here's why: