Reda, Schmidt & Glass’ article examines compensation committees’ quest for a perfect formula that will be fair to managers & shareholders, and discusses how incentive design may become more complex & better represent company performance. (Workspan magazine, 2013)
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An organization's carrier was insistent that the client owed additional money, since the results of their loss-sensitive program and the loss history indicated an increase was appropriate.
Typhoons, European flooding and a host of other natural disasters plagued the world in 2013, but the U.S. was relatively unscathed. That makes 2013 one of the most benign catastrophe years in history. Despite the outcome, we're not out of the woods. This whitepaper offers some thoughts on looking ahead to potential issues and risks in 2014.
Reda and Wert cover best practices for CEO hiring and succession, including executive pay philosophy and policy, as well as the pros and cons of internal and external candidates. (The Corporate Board, 12/2013)
Directions newsletter is a monthly publication of the Benefits & HR Consulting Division of Arthur J. Gallagher & Co. The December 2013 issue includes healthcare reform updates, benefit trends and surveys, upcoming webinar information and a variety of benefits and HR news including: On‐Line Enrollment in FF‐SHOPs Delayed for One Year; Employers Pay an Average of $6,118 per Employee for Health Coverage; and IRS Launches ‘Top Hat’ Compliance Checks.
Worker injuries and accidents can happen anywhere and anytime, but they can be prevented if your employees know the causes of accidents and the best ways to avoid them. This whitepaper highlights the four top causes of workplace accidents and injuries and provides recommendations on how to prevent them.
Winter driving usually offers a mix of fog, rain, ice, snow, slippery roads and poor visibility. It’s a dangerous time for pedestrians and drivers. There are some simple precautions you can take to minimize the risk of accidents and injuries.
Healthcare Reform Updates for November 18, 2013
Following some catastrophic workplace disasters over the years, there have been calls for the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) to adopt a comprehensive combustible dust standard. While OSHA has yet to act, it’s likely that they will implement a comprehensive combustible dust standard for all industries.
Within the international construction industry, the Joint Contracts Tribunal (JCT) and the New Engineering Contract (NEC) help provide consistent standardized documentation and structure within that industry. Continually evolving events and situations have prompted revisions to those structures.