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Directions Newsletter-June 2013

Directions newsletter is a monthly publication of the Benefits & HR Consulting Division of Arthur J. Gallagher & Co. The June 2013 issue includes healthcare reform updates, benefit trends and surveys, upcoming webinar information and a variety of benefits and HR news including: Wellness in the Land of Confusion; 10 Essential Facts About the Affordable Care Act, Dental and Vision Benefits; and Strategies for Coping With a Wage and Hour Audit.

Tag(s): Health & Welfare; Compliance Consulting;

The Move Away from Stock Options Continues: Preview of 2012 Data

Reda, Schmidt and Glass note that the role of stock options in a long-term incentive (LTI) program has diminished over the last 10 years. While the authors see stock options continuing to play a role in a typical LTI program, they note that performance measures also continue to adapt to the business climate and individual company business objectives. (Journal of Compensation & Benefits, 05/2013)

Tag(s): HR & Compensation; Executive Benefits;

Un Minuto para la Seguridad: Seguridad Contra Incendios

(Spanish Version - A Minute for Safety: Fire Safety) Prevención de incendios y la seguridad en el lugar de trabajo es fundamental para la protección de los trabajadores y reducir las posibles pérdidas financieras de la empresa. Planificación, documentación, continuando la identificación de los riesgos y de la formación son sólo algunos aspectos importantes para abordar en la prevención de incendios.

Tag(s): Aviation; Loss Control; Construction; Workers Compensation; Transportation; Claims Advocacy; Marine;

Healthcare Reform Update - May 9, 2013

This Article Includes: Regulators Issue Much Anticipated Guidance on the Notice of Exchanges (Marketplaces) to Employees, IRS Releases Proposed Regulations on Minimum Value and Affordability for Wellness Programs, HSAs and HRAs, Departments Release FAQs Offering SBC Guidance and Update Templates, Certificates of Creditable Coverage Are Going Away! -But Not Yet, New PPACA Implementation FAQs Offer Guidance on Range of Issues Including Clinical Trials, HHS Attempts to Simplify Individual and Family Applications for Marketplaces, CMS Sets Termination Dates in Anticipation of ERRP Wind Down, GBS Benefits Strategy and Benchmarking Survey Closes on May 17, Questions and Answers for Employers

Tag(s): Healthcare Reform; Health & Welfare;

Technical Bulletin-DOL Issues Guidance Adopting ‘State of Celebration’ Approach for Same-Sex Spouses

The Supreme Court of the United States ruled that section 3 of the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) is unconstitutional. They concluded that section 3 of DOMA “undermines both the public and private significance of state-sanctioned same-sex marriages” and found that “no legitimate purpose” overcomes Section 3’s “purpose and effect to disparage and to injure those whom the state, by its marriage laws, sought to protect.” The guide highlights this decision.

Tag(s): Health & Welfare; Compliance Consulting;

Directions Newsletter-May 2013

Directions newsletter is a monthly publication of the Benefits & HR Consulting Division of Arthur J. Gallagher & Co. The May 2013 issue includes healthcare reform updates, benefit trends and surveys, upcoming webinar information and a variety of benefits and HR news including: IRS Releases 2014 HSA Values Which Impact Non‐Grandfathered Health Plans and QHPs; U.S. Supreme Court Ruling Partly Favors ERISA Plan, Partly Participants; and Five Tips for Saving on Prescription Drugs.

Tag(s): Health & Welfare; Compliance Consulting;

Transportation Safety News – Speed Management

Speed is a factor in every motor vehicle accident, either as the actual cause, the contributing factor or the severity of the accident. Speed can reduce ones reaction time to changing conditions and emergency situations on the road - and increase the likelihood of rear end collisions by reducing the stopping distance. As you increase your speed, more energy is generated in an accident when you strike an object. Speed increases the chance that you will be involved in rear end, lane change, sideswipe, jackknife, intersection, turning or passing accident or a head-on collision. For truck or equipment vehicle drivers, the outcome of an accident can be even more severe due to the weight of the vehicle versus that of a standard passenger vehicle. How can you improve safety in driving while retaining performance expectations with your employer or client?

Tag(s): Loss Control; Transportation;