Annual enrollment is the perfect occasion to create or overhaul benefit admin routines and ensure compliance with federal and state laws. Will you be able to adhere to a strict regimen and keep your health and welfare benefits in great shape?
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Aside from occasional flare-ups in Greece, China, and oil markets, the headline in 2015 continues to be Fed-focused: when will the first interest rate increase happen after over 2,400 days with short-term rates at zero? The labor market has cooperated, with unemployment falling to normal levels, but inflation remains below the Fed target of 2% without signs of improvement amidst the slogging U.S. recovery.
Do’s & Dont's for Accident Investigations.
At Gallagher, our claims teams of specialists are experts in specific areas to assist you. This includes workers compensation, medical management, litigation management, cumulative trauma/CTS specialization, general liability, automobile liability and property damage, and property exposure and adjudication including business interruption and catastrophic claim intervention.
In dramatic fashion, helicopter deliveries--which previously had been split evenly amongst all OEMs between U.S. and international customers--went decidedly international in the second quarter at a rate of four international helicopters delivered for each U.S. delivery. While we were all distracted with the Chinese stock market meltdown and economic woes of Greece, rotor wing OEMs were soldiering on, albeit with non-U.S. deliveries.
Going through an initial public offering (IPO) will put your company under substantially more scrutiny by regulators and the public (including plaintiff attorneys) than previously experienced. The purpose of this paper is to explain the basis of liability for a public company, discuss the D&O marketplace with respect to IPO exposures, and set forth what you can expect from us as your broker in the process.
Fox & Lawson CompDoctor article answers the question, “What are the best non-cash awards?”
Amidst a storm of criticism, dramatic headlines and heated rhetoric, the Securities and Exchange Commission announced it will consider whether to propose rules to establish listing standards requiring the development of policies to claw back incentive based executive compensation that is eventually shown to have been awarded in error. These proposed rules are required by Section 10D of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, as amended by the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act (“Dodd-Frank”).
The Institutional Investment & Fiduciary Services practice examines the markets on a quarterly basis. The overview discusses U.S. Equities, International Equities, Global Fixed Income and REITs.
What kind of compensation really motivates top executives today? And, can companies be assured that whatever motivates top executives will also drive company performance? If these two factors are not connected, motivating executives the wrong way could potentially harm company performance. This article explores the use of various performance measures, and how these measures relate to company performance.