Hear Greg Rizzuto, Director of Benefits & Recruitment for IBERIABANK Corporation, discuss how Gallagher provides competitive, affordable programs for their employees and serves as an employee advocate answering questions and providing peace of mind.
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Growth in the U.S economy slowed in the fourth quarter, but not as sharply as the U.S. Department of Commerce had initially estimated.
Employers have been trying to comply with ERISA requirements for years, but some obligations may be misunderstood. However, failure to comply can result in legal action or penalties. Our 1-hour recorded webinar reviews ERISA’s fiduciary obligations.
Carpal tunnel syndrome (CTS) affects millions of people each year. Carpal tunnel syndrome is a term frequently heard in various professions but is quite prominent in the medical transcription services field.
The February 2016 issue of the Nonprofit Beat covers Collaboration through Powernoodle, IRM Charities SIG Round Table and a RCRI Recap.
Complex regulations governing the Employer Mandate dictate how employers must count hours. To help employers, Gallagher has crafted this comprehensive Counting Hours Toolkit, which contains numerous components, including pieces that employers can use to communicate with their employees.
A chainsaw is one of the most useful and dangerous tools you can own. Only those diocesan employees that have had formal chainsaw training should be using this tool. Using one safely is in your best interest.
Sports injuries are all too common. Let’s face it; some sports are more dangerous than others. Sports can lead to injuries and illnesses if proper care is not taken. The most common sports injuries are sprains, strains and dehydration. More serious include contusions, fractures and heart irregularities. Early management and prevention is the key to limiting the occurrence of sports injuries as well as controlling their outcomes.
CBRN issue 5 provides an update on world threats, the threat of chemical weapons attack in Europe, and international sporting events and bioterrorism.
While China has been the poster child of economic slowdown, the developed economies have also been experiencing ho-hum growth.