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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.
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From Gallagher’s Human Resources & Compensation Consultants Jim Fox and Bruce Lawson: Pay Structure Generator
From Gallagher’s Human Resources & Compensation Consultants Jim Fox and Bruce Lawson: Calculations of Minimums, Midpoints & Maximums
From Gallagher’s Human Resources & Compensation Consultants Jim Fox and Bruce Lawson: How to Calculate Pay Range Width
From Gallagher’s Human Resources & Compensation Consultants Jim Fox and Bruce Lawson: FLSA Exemption Criteria
David Nygard writes about how executive long-term incentive (LTI) values now dwarf executive salaries at most publicly traded U.S. companies. LTI plans are a challenge to implement properly for private companies’ non-founder executives.
This is the time of the year when the word "resolution" makes some of us cringe. Merriam-Webster defines the New Year’s meaning for resolution to be “a promise to yourself that you’ll make a serious effort to do something”. Addressing and mitigating clinical risk could be that "something". Would you like to keep your patients and your medical practice safe from risk this year? Then make a commitment to analyze your current risk management systems and resolve to be proactive in reducing your risk.