Kevin Cipoletti, Seth Friedman, Mark Rosenberg and Jill Watson discuss the value of an in-depth data analysis in identifying healthcare cost drivers that guide benefits design, inform purchasing and empower decision-making.
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Jenny Love, Agnes Nines and Kathleen Schulz spotlight how culture and the work environment affect wellbeing outcomes — for better or worse. They focus on the role of managers in building a resilient workforce and ways to help leaders contribute to a positive experience.
Ali Payne discusses the role of community involvement in wellbeing, opportunities to foster physical and emotional wellbeing with existing resources, and the importance of fully deploying the right programs and policies — in the right way.
Bill Ziebell shares insights on reimagining the framework for total compensation and taking a more holistic approach to wellbeing — one that inspires and supports better work.
Tracking various laws and regulations which impact employee benefits can divert time and resources from your core functions such as recruiting top talent, developing strategic benefits and compensation programs, and meeting cost targets.
A healthy workplace culture inspires better work. The 2018 Human Capital Insights Report prepares employers to strengthen organizational wellbeing by strategically investing in employees’ health, talent, financial security and career growth.
Shock value: How to protect your company from a negligence lawsuit on account of an AED (Automated External Defibrillator). Employers are widely installing AEDs to protect employees and visitors, but some states require strict compliance with AED regulations to insulate employers from tort liability.
As Gallagher celebrates 90 years of service in 2018 that include from its earliest days serving the nonprofit sector (google "Our Lady of Angels School Fire"), we are committed globally to having our employees give back with a goal of 90,000 hours of volunteer work in 2018.
Advisor - Supreme Court Upholds Mandated Arbitration & Prohibition of Collective Action in Employment Agreements
The Supreme Court has ruled in Epic Systems Corp. v. Lewis1 that arbitration agreements requiring individualized proceedings are enforceable and the implications on class or collective actions by employees are not in violation of the National Labor Relations Act’s (NLRA) phrasing relating to “other concerted activity.” This article analyzes the ruling and its implications for our clients.
This Weekly Market Update reviews the top three market headlines: Regulations Reduced for Small and Mid-Sized Banks, Record Stock Buybacks Help Stabilize Markets and Federal Reserve Targets June Rate Increase.