Multi-employer worksites have long complicated labor and employment law compliance, raising difficult questions as to which company constitutes an employee’s “employer” for purposes of federal and state law. The NLRB has taken a rigorous approach, targeting multiemployer worksites and finding alleged “joint employers” liable for labor law violations.
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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.
While some aspects of insurance are universal, insuring your airplane isn’t necessarily the same as insuring your home, car or even business. Aviation insurance also uses terms and acronyms you may not find elsewhere. Below are answers to some common questions, along with a list of commonly used terms and acronyms.
The Weekly Market Update analyzes the jobs report and what it means for the Fed, the consumer spending boost to the record-breaking S&P 5oo index, and the shot fired by the EU in an international tax tussle.
Which compliance challenges could impact your ability to compete? Gallagher’s Compliance Playbook series helps you identify and address benefits compliance issues that impact your overall game plan. See September issue: Focus on Leaves of Absence.
This document contains a pre-written justification letter for each IBIS Academy track. Those interested in attending IBIS as a representative of their employer can use these letters as a template to justify the cost of attendance to their manager.
Over the past few years, the U.S. dollar has appreciated significantly against many foreign currencies, leading to renewed focus on the currency hedge decision. This paper explores currency hedging and its applicability to institutional investors.
The Weekly Market Update analyzes Yellen’s Jackson Hole comments, low volatility, and Iranian oil output.
Gallagher recently moved a long-term client from one insurance carrier to another after 20 years with their previous carrier. The client was concerned about how much of the collateral would be returned by the carrier.
The settlement amount is eye-opening—$650,000 for a breach affecting 412 people. In the first HIPAA settlement involving a “business associate,” the United States Department of Health and Human Services Office of Civil Rights (OCR) has sent a strong message to all business associates about the importance of complying with HIPAA's privacy and security rules.