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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.
Drive the right behaviors and ensure your team is rewarded for results that benefit the company with a competitive plan that also benefits the sales force. Don’t start the design process by assuming that the plan will be focused on commissions.
The Global Risk Bulletin is a monthly newsletter produced by Salamanca Group for XL Catlin, profiling recent worldwide developments which have the potential to impact the personnel, assets and business operations of their clients.
Performance management is a broad category of strategies and activities designed to develop employees’ knowledge, skills and abilities. It includes such diverse tactics as training, coaching, counseling and assessment of traits and behaviors.
This paper reviews data that is both relevant and available, and subsequently demonstrates how to use it in the development of a model to assess your cyber risk in today’s business environment.
Linking pay to performance in a meaningful way has always been difficult―in part because "performance" is an ambiguous term. For many, it means employee traits and behaviors. For others, skills―the how or means of performance, also known as competencies.
From your Healthcare Team at Arthur J. Gallagher & Co. — these are issues and articles that we thought you would find of interest. For further detail and discussion, please contact us.
As we reflect on this past year filled with positives and negatives, we should look back to weigh in on how we’ve progressed personally and professionally, as we plan to head into the New Year.
Recently, the Ninth Circuit issued a decision that caused a flurry in the corporate law and insurance press. On the surface, the case seems both straightforward and unremarkable: the court reversed the dismissal of In re ChinaCast Education Corporation Securities Litigation and held that an executive’s knowledge could be imputed to his or her company when the executive acted with apparent authority.