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The IRS has begun sending letters to employers that may owe an Employer Shared Responsibility penalty for calendar year 2015. With only 30 days to respond, it is critical that employers receiving these letters know how to respond on a timely basis.
We at Arthur J. Gallagher have been calling for this for several years, as the benign claims environment made itself more obvious. The Clubs, however, true to their conservative outlook on life, had, with a few notable exceptions, resisted the temptation.
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A global logistics company with 30 international locations and a diverse business interviewed multiple insurance brokers. Their decision to interview brokers was driven by their current broker’s lack of international presence and expertise, but they thought they were getting good results on their domestic program. The company narrowed down their choice to two options: Gallagher and one of our largest competitors. They chose Gallagher because we actually addressed specific problems we would fix in their insurance program, rather than only talking about our capabilities. They recognized that “biggest isn’t always the best” in their own business and believed this concept would apply to insurance brokers too.
An area Agribusiness Pharma company had experienced two uncovered claims in the past 3 years due to their brokers lack of understand of their business and therefore they had inadequate coverage. They agreed that a firm with greater expertise in
insurance, as well as a genuine interest and process to better understand their business was warranted.