Employers look to their peers for guidance as they pursue destination-employer status. Explore the best-in-class tactics large employers are using to outperform the competition in healthcare cost control and human resource management.
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The Best-in-Class Benchmarking Analysis for Midsize Employers (100 to 999 full-time employees) provides insights and best practices from top-performing organizations on managing benefit costs while also attracting and retaining top talent.
The Best-in-Class Benchmarking Analysis for Large Employers (1,000 or more full-time employees) provides insights and best practices from top-performing organizations on managing benefit costs while also attracting and retaining top talent.
A few days before renewal, a rail contractor contacted the Gallagher Rail Team due to lack of options provided by their current broker. Gallagher performed a thorough review of a rail contractor’s risk management program and found several significant coverage issues. We were given the opportunity to represent this contractor in the insurance marketplace. We built a program that fixed all of the coverage problems while saving the company over 15% on their premium.
A rail customer was offered only one option on their workers compensation renewal that was more than double the expiring policy. The contractor was working in more than 10 states, and their current agent was limited on the markets they could use.
2017 has thus far been a $125BB (and counting) year of property disasters ranging from the floods of Biblical proportion with Harvey to the devastation of Irma and the categorical wipe out of Puerto Rico inflicted by Maria. These events aka “HIM” are roughly estimated in excess of the $125bb of insured losses and don’t take into account the $3.3bb of wild fire losses in Northern California.
Are advanced practice clinicians such as APNs (advanced practice nurses) and PAs (physician assistants) part of your medical practice?
In this issue, the DOJ continues to pursue individuals under the False Claims Act; biometrics in privacy actions; hospital M&A continues unabated; how the EHR contributes to medical malpractice claims; and an update of ERISA liability and fiduciary liability insurance.
Please join us for the fourth session in our new multi-part webinar series, “Navigating a Food Safety Crisis: What to Do (And What Not to Do) Before, During and After”.
As most employers probably know by now, OSHA’s revised recordkeeping rule requires certain employers to electronically file injury and illness data with OSHA.