Directions newsletter is a monthly publication of the Benefits & HR Consulting operations of Arthur J. Gallagher & Co. The June 2016 issue includes healthcare reform updates, a technical bulletin, webinar information and a variety of benefits and HR news.
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Discover how to best cut compensation costs and what key elements you should consider.
Equities sold off late last week as investors moved to safe-haven assets, despite promising reports on U.S. services sector growth and falling jobless claims that indicate labor markets remain healthy despite the surprisingly poor May jobs report.
Employers are often confused regarding the legal status of continuing non-cash benefits once an employee has gone on maternity leave. This article reviews what employers in the UK need to know.
Discover how to create the best possible steering committee.
Do you know who is accessing the personal health information (PHI) of your patients and what is openly being discussed at your practice or facility? Keeping a pulse on patient privacy and security is crucial as breaches are continuing to increase.
Stay informed on the latest healthcare reform news. Gallagher's Healthcare Reform Update newsletters provide timely, easy-to-understand information about new and revised regulations. Download this month's latest release.
Discover best practices associated with the Human Resources role and pay decisions.
While working to clear out a pumped-out riverbed for a construction project, a Gallagher client reported three separate injuries to employees. All three claims were reported directly by the insured to their USL&H workers compensation carrier. The claims were handled as workers compensation claims until the carrier questioned each individual’s status and determined that the claims should be handled as Jones Act seaman claims.
Survey respondents provided data on their excess liability (XL) limits and educators’ legal liability (ELL) limits purchased, as of December 2015. This Liability Benchmark report is divided into four principle categories: Aggregate Data, 2-Year Community Colleges, 4-Year Public Universities and 4-Year Private Colleges and Universities.