This Weekly Market Update reviews the top three market headlines: U.S. Stocks Start 2018 with a Bang, Soft December Jobs Report, U.S. Auto Sales Decline in 2017
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Sexual harassment allegations are sweeping the United States, fueling a cultural shift not seen since Anita Hill’s allegations against Clarence Thomas almost thirty years ago.
Representations and Warranties (R&W) insurance was designed nearly twenty years ago to provide insurance coverage for breaches of representations and warranties by the seller in a purchase agreement.
This Weekly Market Update revisits key investment headlines of 2017, including strong U.S. and international equity performance, restrained fixed income growth and commodities overall remaining flat.
The Private and Nonprofit D&O market trends have remained static over the last few years. Rates have continued to remain flat for the most part barring any significant changes or increased risk profile. As such, capacity is still vast and competition among markets can be fierce, so coverage enhancements are readily available despite an increase in both the frequency and severity of claims.
Recently, claims of sexual harassment are again making news. An entire generation has entered the workforce since Anita Hill’s Senate testimony and there may be a generational difference in how sexual harassment is perceived.
Determining Full-Time Employee Status for Purposes of the Employer Shared Responsibility Provisions under PPACA
Knowing who is a full-time employee is important since employers should have an understanding of which employees could trigger a penalty under PPACA and which employees should be reported under IRS Sections 6055 and 6056. The focus of this article is on determining employee status for purposes of the employer mandate. Updated January 2018.
To assist our clients who will be implementing the counting hour rules, the Compliance team of Arthur J. Gallagher & Co. has developed this article outlining key considerations for employers. Updated January 2018.
To assist our clients through the complicated maze of regulation around counting hours of service, the Compliance team of Arthur J. Gallagher & Co. has developed this set of employer FAQs that address the most pressing questions employers may face.
This article summarizes the rules related to changes in employment status when the first position is subject to look-back method under Final Employer Shared Responsibility regulations and proposed rules under IRS Notice 2014-49. Updated January 2018.