The booming construction industry anticipates headcount growth. But how do employers compete in a tight labor market? This addendum to the U.S. survey report on total compensation strategies provides data and insights that point the way to better outcomes through better benchmarking.
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Under increasing financial constraints, how do social service organizations effectively allocate resources to attract and retain a qualified staff? This addendum to the U.S. survey report on total compensation strategies provides data and insights that point the way to better outcomes through better benchmarking.
This toolkit helps employers who sponsor wellness programs understand healthcare reform's impact on wellness programs. (All guidance issued by the federal government through January 2017 is incorporated.) Updated January 2019.
In an effort to help you navigate the W-2 requirements, Gallagher has developed these tools to assist you in understanding, complying with, and communicating the changes to your employees.
This Weekly Market Update reviews the top three market headlines: Chinese Trade Data Disappoints, Emerging Market Equities Stage A Comeback, Major U.S. Banks Post Mixed Earnings.
Welcome to the Winter Edition of the Gallagher Food and Agribusiness newsletter Field to Fork. Inside this issue you can find articles on the following: Product Recall, Weather Risk Management, Cold Storage Losses Lead to Multiple Insurance Problems and current product recalls.
The best thing about cloud-based software is the ease in which it is upgraded. The worst thing about cloud-based software is the ease of which it is upgraded. Great new features in HR technology go unnoticed because there is no formal process to optimize your software. Gallagher's HR and Benefits Technology team can help guide you to better organizational wellbeing with optimized HR technology.
Directions newsletter is a monthly publication of the Benefits and HR Consulting practice of Arthur J. Gallagher & Co. The January 2019 issue includes articles about EEOC’s ADA and GINA wellness regulations, proposed rescission of the HPID, the PCORI fee, employers investing in benefits, a new employment rule in Vietnam, guidance on finding missing pension participants, a blue-collar work shortage, a Michigan leave law and HICA repeal, other state law developments, and some important reminders.
This Gallagher toolkit will help you better understand and better prepare for the fees that lie ahead. It emphasizes four major fees: the Patient-Centered Outcome Research Institute Fee (PCORI Fee), the Transitional Reinsurance Fee, the Health Insurer Fee, and the Excise Tax on High-Cost Health Coverage ("Cadillac Tax").”
The marketplace for Kidnap and Ransom (K&R) insurance remained stable and competitive through 2018. Premiums are as low as $400 per million limit for companies with limited foreign exposure (locations or travel). For companies with higher exposures including foreign travel and locations, premium is around $1,000–$3,000 per million of coverage limit. Coverage is broad, but broker expertise is needed to ensure the policy contains all applicable enhancements, such as Workplace Violence, Child Abduction and Cyber Terrorism.