With a tight labor market, tech firms focus on benefits to entice talent. This industry addendum to the Benefits Strategies & Benchmarking Survey report shows how tech employers are using benefits to improve the workforce and deliver better work.
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Directions newsletter is a monthly publication of the Benefits and HR Consulting practice of Arthur J. Gallagher & Co. The February 2019 issue includes articles about the government shutdown, PPACA proposed cost-sharing for 2020, the contraceptive coverage mandate, ePHI in emails, a pension law in Poland, the Budget Act hardship rules, state leave laws, Massachusetts paid leave, a New Jersey medical coverage reporting requirement, other state law developments, and some important reminders.
This Weekly Market Update reviews the top three market headlines: Inflation Stable Through January, Retail sales experience unexpected decline, Government Averts Shutdown
As we approach the state of commercial real estate market for 2019, the big question seems to be, “What is your perspective?” – ‘headwinds’ of a ten year cycle of an economic expansion or ‘tailwinds’ that the best is yet to come.
One of the thorniest issues in directors and officers (“D&O”) liability insurance is “capacity.” D&O provides financial protection for directors and offices, only when they are acting in that specific capacity. Often, the insurance grant will limit coverage to actions “solely” related to the insured capacity.
Opioids provide value in pain management associated with a variety of conditions, but it comes with the trade-off of a high abuse and addiction potential. Prescription opioid drug misuse and abuse has been recently declared a national epidemic and state of emergency. Both federal and state agencies are devoting resources and issuing updated guidance to address this widespread problem.
In spite of 2017 delivering record losses to the insurance industry, the anticipated rate increases did not materialize in 2018. The greatest increases were given to those catastrophe-exposed risks and large layered and shared programs that suffered severe hurricane losses and/or had a high degree of attritional losses. Those with favorable loss history or low exposure to catastrophic loss events saw modest rate increases in the mid-to high-single digits.
Gallagher’s John Wagner, National Construction Director, discusses labor shortages in the construction industry and 6 strategies for change.
This Weekly Market Update reviews the top three market headlines: Tech Stocks Rebound, European Economic Outlook Weakens, Earnings Outlook Gets Cloudy
Created by our Compliance experts, this valuable toolkit for IRS Sections 6055 & 6056 reporting requirements will help reporting employers comply with the requirements & avoid penalties.