On May 17, the EEOC published two sets of final rules applicable to employer-sponsored wellness programs – one under the ADA and the other under GINA. Our Technical Bulletin summarizes these final rules.
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Effective organizations know that accountability is a primary key to getting the results that are expected and therefore, success. Quite simply, people tend to focus on what is getting measured and this measurement serves to both motivate action and improve performance. To complicate matters, organizations that would not be described as “effective” also value accountability. They just don’t value the same kind of accountability.
Whether we like it or not, the threats posed by spring severe storms and tropical systems are here to stay for the next few months. We’ve already seen two named tropical storms in 2016, and massive flooding continues to threaten portions of the Midwest already weary from a long year of torrential rains.
Gallagher D&O Modeling Evaluation (DOME) supplements benchmarking and the analysis of actual historical large D&O losses as a method for assessing D&O risk – one which our experience shows to be the most accurate. Our D&O limits model is based on Gallagher’s proprietary models and algorithms and relies wholly on client data to project potential liabilities. The data used by the model includes the client’s specific ownership structure, industry and a variety of unique trading data such as market capitalization and price volatility. The model estimates the amount of D&O insurance coverage required to cover most D&O claims. In this paper, we will explore recent results from the National Economic Research Associates’ (NERA) 2014 report on D&O liability and compare them to our model assumptions.
Despite debt driving a global financial crisis less than a decade ago, there is minimal concern that global debt levels have now exceeded their 2008 pre-crisis levels.
In the first quarter of 2016, we saw a large increase in ransomware attacks across the United States. According to the Federal Bureau of Investigation, victims of ransomware paid $209 million in ransom in the first three months of this year alone—more than 10 times the amount paid in all of 2015.
In the first quarter of 2016, we saw a large increase in ransomware attacks across the United States. According to the Federal Bureau of Investigation, victims of ransomware paid $209 million in ransom in the first three months of this year alone — more than 10 times the amount paid in all of 2015.
Shari Dunn, Managing Director, and Alex Shogan, J.D., Consultant, will present “The Impact and Opportunity of the Impact of the California Fair Pay Act: A Practitioner’s Guide to Safe Pay,” at the conference on June 7.
On May 18, 2016, the Department of Labor finalized the rule on overtime regulations of the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA). How can your organization proactively address these new guidelines and ensure compliance by the Dec. 1, 2016 deadline?
In this issue: World News in Brief, Exit Rousseff: The Acrimonious Future of Brazilian Politics, Beyond Banditry: Abu Sayyaf Group in the Philippines, and Handle with Care: Navigating Yemen's Security Environment