Temperatures are steadily falling in most areas of the country, signaling now is the time to prepare for the threats posed by extreme temperatures and frozen precipitation brought on by winter weather.
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The Global Risk Bulletin is a monthly newsletter produced by Salamanca Group for XL Catlin, profiling recent worldwide developments which have the potential to impact the personnel, assets and business operations of their clients.
A thirty-five minute recorded webinar taking a look at lessons learned from 2015 Sections 6055/6056 reporting, changes that are taking effect for 2016, and best practices for 2016 in light of the lessons learned from last year.
2016 Benefits Strategy & Benchmarking Survey – Entertainment, Hospitality and Restaurant Industry Addendum
Entertainment, Hospitality and Restaurant employers are working to find and keep top talent, grow their business, and ease the burden of healthcare costs. The Entertainment, Hospitality and Restaurant Industry Addendum from the 2016 Benefits Strategy & Benchmarking Survey focuses on these top priorities.
Directions newsletter is a monthly publication of the Benefits & HR Consulting operations of Arthur J. Gallagher & Co. The December 2016 issue includes healthcare reform updates, a technical bulletin, webinar information and a variety of benefits and HR news.
Beware of the “standard” forms of agreement tendered by your architect and/or contractor for construction projects. There are provisions in these agreements that work very much in favor of the vendor and against the best interests of you.
UK Chancellor of the Exchequer, Philip Hammond MP, has made some significant changes in taxation which will impact the delivery and design of workplace benefits.
The Weekly Market Update analyzes the strengthening U.S. service sector, increases in productivity but also labor costs, and the widening trade deficit.
How does UK Chancellor, Philip Hammond’s first (and last) Autumn Statement affect your financial planning?
Despite a Congressional “request” that agencies not move forward on new regulations during the transition to the Trump administration, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration recently issued a massive 513-page final rule revising and updating its general industry standards on walking-working surfaces, including ramps, ladders, gangways, roofs and other surfaces.