Telecommuting is an increasingly popular work option which has the potential to provide significant benefits for both employers and employees. Telecommuting offers a flexible work arrangement in which selected employees work remotely for a predetermined number of days per week. It has been described as “moving the work to the workers, instead of the workers to work.”
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In the news for this issue, there are a number of cases that may set precedent for the healthcare industry: limitations in the care of mentally incompetent patients, debt collection practices, and the murder conviction of a physician for prescribing painkillers, as well as the continuing risk of ransomware attack.
Hear from Donna Wilkinson, Vice President of Human Resources for the Indiana Pacers, as she talks about the decrease in their healthcare cost trend over the last five years and why it’s critical to their organization’s success.
Hear Cal Ricotta, HR Director for Unified Fire Authority, speak about how they expanded their relationship with Gallagher to include medical, dental and P&C.
As a trusted advisor, Gallagher has developed its Compliance Playbook series to help employers identify targeted employee benefits compliance issues as part of an overall game plan. The March edition focuses on counting hours under PPACA.
Her Majesty’s Revenue and Customs (HMRC) has launched a new system of Personal Tax Accounts (PTAs), which will replace annual self-assessment tax returns. This article examines how PTAs work & how Arthur J. Gallagher can help with the transition.
This brochure outlines the speaker, session, and event details of 2016 IBIS Academy held in Amsterdam, Netherlands 23-27 May 2016.
Most physicians will experience a lawsuit at some time during their career. The majority of these cases are either dropped or settled prior to trial. To avoid risk, it helps to understand what is necessary for a medical malpractice lawsuit to be successful.
We have been warned about dangerous conditions since we were children. Our parents warned us not to run with scissors in our hands and to look both ways before crossing the street. As adults, we are warned about topics including diet, medication and driving. We have learned that the key to dealing with unsafe conditions is to be aware of the hazards. With regard to driving, the most dangerous situation we have to deal with is distracted driving.
Hear from Rafael Quezada, Regional Director of Human Resources for Loews Hotel, as he discusses why providing the right benefits and compensation to their team members is important.