In a complex and competitive benefits climate, transportation employers are looking to maximize the value of employee benefits in balance with their human capital investment. What course are you charting to navigate the obstacles and weather the storm?
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Financial Services employers are working to find and keep top talent, grow their business, and ease the burden of healthcare costs. The Financial Services Industry Addendum from the 2016 Benefits Strategy & Benchmarking Survey focuses on these top priorities.
Inside this newsletter: Gallagher honors Father Greg Boyle with J. P. Gallagher Audax Award; Risk Summit 2016 — Nonprofit Risk Management Center Chicago breakout session recaps; Top ten legal threats to nonprofits; Cultural change to support youth protection; Decoding directors and officers liability; Consolidation; Whiteboard wisdom and National Benchmarking Survey
Which COBRA compliance challenges could impact your ability to compete? Gallagher’s Compliance Playbook series helps you identify and address compliance issues that impact your overall game plan. See November issue: Focus on COBRA.
Energy employers are working to find and keep top talent, grow their business, and ease the burden of healthcare costs. The Energy Industry Addendum from the 2016 Benefits Strategy & Benchmarking Survey focuses on these top priorities.
Welcome to the Fall edition of Field to Fork. This communication authored by various members of the Arthur J. Gallagher & Co. Food & Agribusiness Practice and is designed to be a tool for sharing industry information, new regulations, Gallagher Food & Agribusiness products and much more.
Truckers, delivery drivers, farmers, firemen and workers that drive or ride in large commercial trucks and vans, farm equipment and fire apparatus get injured when they enter and exit vehicles unsafely. Due to inattention, speed and rushing in an emergency, workers slip and fall when they do not use vehicle steps and handhold devices. Jumps and falls cause ergonomic strains and sprains, broken bones and fatalities.
Los camioneros, conductores de vehículos de entregas, agricultores, bomberos y trabajadores que conducen o viajan en camiones comerciales grandes, equipos agrícolas o camiones de bomberos pueden resultar lesionados al entrar o salir de dichos vehículos de forma insegura. Debido a una falta de atención, alta velocidad o prisa en una emergencia, los trabajadores pueden resbalar y caerse cuando no usan los peldaños y pasamanos de los vehículos. Los saltos o caídas pueden causar esguinces o lesiones ergonómicas, fracturas de los huesos y la muerte.
The Weekly Market Update examines the strong Q3 US GDP report, October rally of the US dollar, and the effects of expected inflation.
As drone usage becomes more common, it's important to understanding the potential risks your organization may face with this rapidly advancing technology. Our webinar will help you understand the changing regulatory landscape and evolving risks involved with the use of drones by Public Entities.