Now that the Department of Labor has redefined fiduciary duty under ERISA, there are significant implications for employers that sponsor retirement plans. What does the Final Rule mean to your organization and you?
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One of the worst forms of workplace violence is an active shooter situation. Police may respond promptly to your 911 call but, in the interim, lives are at risk.
Gallagher Automotive professionals hold unmatched experience in all facets of auto liability insurance. Our leadership allows us to have the creativity and flexibility of a boutique firm, with the resources of one of the world’s leading insurance consulting firms.
Learn more about the key considerations to implementing an employee suggestion program.
Determine how to best address employee concerns regarding job comparisons and market data.
Learn more about the considerations associated with examining an organization’s job classification system.
In early August, separate lawsuits were filed against seven universities seeking damages for breach of fiduciary duties related to each one’s defined contribution retirement plans. What should organizations consider when it comes to their own 403(b) plans?
The Weekly Market Update analyzes rising dividends, crude oil volatility, and the Fed’s interest rate dilemma.
Gain insight into why management may be hesitant to streamlining pay structure, and how HR leaders can support this conversation.
Second Opinion: Recent Legislation Doubles Civil Monetary Penalties for Violations of False Claims Act
The United States Government continues to invest heavily in pursuing billing errors and healthcare fraud. The False Claims Act (FCA) is the government’s primary civil remedy to combat false claims for government funds and property under government contracts and government-funded programs such as Medicare, Medicaid and TRICARE.