Hear from Debbi Bromley, Vice President of Human Resources at GENEX, as she discusses why their costs have remained flat and how they’ve been able to leverage their wellness program all year long and deliver results for their employees.
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With a spring in our gait, we move forward in 2016, mindful that our traditions are being challenged by the constant push to ‘transition.’ Change is constant. Recently, the Stanford Social Innovation Review shared an insight (“Can Big Nonprofits Get Big Results?”) that suggests this shift and asked, “how can giant nonprofit networks shift their approach from serving communities to solving underlying problems?” We are excited to be part of this process.
Hear from Donna Merchant, Manager of Human Resources at American Beacon, on how Gallagher helped them successfully implement a new medical plan that more than 50% of their employees signed up for in the first year.
Hear from Debbi Bromley, Vice President of Human Resources at GENEX, as she discusses how their organization has embraced their wellness program and how it’s increased engagement and accountability among their employees.
As more claims are filed under cyber polices there is a new and developing understanding of how cyber policies are being interpreted by insurance companies and where the interplay is between other insurance policies.
Understanding your obligations under HIPAA and the ramifications of non-compliance for healthcare organizations and business associates is a major concern. HIPAA preparation is essential to avoid costly audits, fines and penalties.
Learn how to best address job classification and compensation programs in a multi-generational workforce.
Hear from Kerry Parker, CEO of A+ Federal Credit Union, as she discusses how implementing a self-funded healthcare plan is helping to address the rising cost of healthcare expenses for their credit union.
Hear from Debbi Bromley, Vice President of Human Resources at GENEX, as she talks about their partnership with Gallagher and why it’s invaluable to their organization.
Social engineering fraud, also known as imposter/impersonation fraud, has become endemic throughout North America and Europe. It involves a criminal who purports to be a vendor, client, company executive or other legitimate party and provides seemingly credible information to support that representation.