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Perquisites are a form of non-performance based pay that has received significant scrutiny by shareholders over the past eight years, since new SEC disclosure requirements have highlighted more information about them.
Rick Strater, National Exchange Practice Leader, writes, “Even in the face of rising healthcare costs, which show no signs of easing, employers have been cautious about abandoning their traditional approach to providing healthcare benefits…” Read more about the key considerations associated with implementing a private exchange.
The Center for Disease Control reports 715,000 Americans experience a heart attack each year. Only about 6 percent of those who are stricken outside a hospital survive. In an effort to save more lives, the American Heart Association and American Red Cross jointly promoted, in 2010, compression only cardiopulmonary resuscitation; better known as hands-only CPR.
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.
With an impending Greek debt default, talks are planned to prevent a Greek exit from the European Union. Can a deal be reached?
Matt Frost, CEO, SHILLING, a subsidiary of Arthur J. Gallagher, writes, “While the concept of employee engagement has been around for over two decades, its importance as a competitive driver for employers has sharply increased in recent years.” Read more about the key elements to consider when developing a strategic employee communication approach.
Cleaning a jammed conveyor, reaching for a wrench or retrieving a dropped glove are common tasks. Yet, each of these acts can lead to a serious injury. Many injuries occur during equipment maintenance. Sometimes workers try to reach past the guards while trying to service equipment or get caught in power transmissions such as belts, pulleys, running rolls, chains or sprockets. Other injuries occur when equipment is unguarded or when machinery starts unexpectedly.
To help you navigate through the many nuances of Summary of Benefits and Coverage requirements, Gallagher has developed this toolkit, composed of a variety of resources to help you understand, prepare and comply. (All guidance from the federal government through June 16, 2015 is included.)
Richard Polak, Executive Vice President, Multinational Benefits & Human Resources Consulting, writes, “When competing to be an employer of choice, multinational companies face unique circumstances. Global HR leaders must consider a variety of issues…” Read more about this topic.