It’s possible to control benefit costs while competing for talent in an era defined by constant change. This report presents a strategic analysis of the current state of the employee benefits market and provides data highlights from Gallagher’s full survey of U.S. employers.
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The Ponemon Institute’s 2013 Cost of Cyber Crime Study: United States is the fourth annual study of U.S. companies. Sponsored by HP Enterprise Security, this year’s study is based on a representative sample of 60 organizations in various industry sectors.
Rotor-Wing insurance rates appear to be increasing no doubt based upon the loss record of a particular operator and the uses contemplated for the aircraft. There’s a movement afoot by underwriters to start pushing rates up across the board.
Given the complexities of issues confronting school districts these days, enterprise risk management has become a necessary foundation to your protection programs. From new ISO standards and more over the past few years, the new language of risk and how to implement an enterprise-wide approach to it, is outlined in this Gallagher Public Sector whitepaper.
Healthcare Reform Updates for December 17, 2013
The cost of workers compensation insurance for many companies is going up. However, there are options available to assist clients in keeping their workers compensation premium costs in control.
Research Study from James Reda, Executive Compensation Consulting: This study provides a behind-the-scenes look at how incentives are being structured to connect pay and performance. Published 12/2013
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)
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.