As numerous media sources have reported, Target was one of the latest retailers whose customers’ credit card records have been stolen by hackers. As a result, the company is the subject of regulatory investigations and civil actions. A startling twist, however, are the lawsuits instituted against the individuals serving on Target’s board of directors.
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What is a Private Exchange? How do I know a Private Exchange is right for my company? The answers to these and other questions employers are asking relating to Private Exchanges can be found in this Frequently Asked Questions document.
Amid all the publicity, attention and frustration associated with the recent rollout of the Affordable Care Act, there is an emerging trend that is actually driving healthcare costs down and employee satisfaction up. This new trend, commonly known as “opt out” or “nonsubscription,” allows employers to establish a formal injury benefit plan to pay the work-related medical and indemnity claims of their employees, instead of purchasing traditional workers compensation.
The devastation and magnitude of natural catastrophes―from hurricanes and flooding to wildfires and snowstorms―is almost unimaginable. While most of these situations cannot be prevented, preparation and recovery plans are critical to managing through it all and understanding the resources available to assist you afterward.
Healthcare Reform Update―February 14, 2014
James Reda & David Schmidt write: “There are several ways to compare severance packages between private companies including emerging pre-IPO companies and public companies” Published in Financial Executive Winter 2014
In building your organization's cyber risk management program, this article offers a range of key questions to address with your operations, technology and financial teams to consider in your planning.
Healthcare Reform Update―February 10, 2014
Quarterly report by AJG’s Institutional Investment & Fiduciary Services: The Market Environment, Q3, 2013. “Investors experienced a roller coaster ride in the third quarter, as global markets ebbed and flowed based on various economic readings, socio-political developments and…”
Quarterly report by AJG’s Institutional Investment & Fiduciary Services: The Market Environment, Q4, 2013. “Stocks didn’t merely climb the proverbial wall of worry in 2013, they pole-vaulted clear over the wall, delivering their best return since 1997…”