Recently, Spotify, the streaming music service, made trade press headlines. The company announced it would offer its shares in a “Direct Public Offering”.¹ Immediately, a flood of articles emerged in which commentators described, decried and delighted in Spotify’s move.
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Directions newsletter is a monthly publication of the Benefits and HR Consulting practice of Arthur J. Gallagher & Co. The March 2019 issue includes articles about the DOL’s proposed overtime rule, the EEO-1 form, 2019 federal poverty line values, CMS proposed drug rules, Malaysia unemployment insurance, evaluating index funds, IRS guidance on certain stock options, HIPAA business associate agreements, a New Jersey family leave law, other state law developments, and some important reminders.
In the healthcare risk management realm, the focus is patient safety, but of mounting concern is the threat to clinician and staff workplace safety. They are interrelated. Workplace violence leads to job stress, which in turn may affect patient safety and quality of care.
We expect the continued soft market to slowly level out and potentially begin a slow process of gradual firming, first through coverage changes and then eventually making its way to renewal rating.
Companies should prepare their employees how to deal with an active shooter situation in the workplace and develop a plan. Employees in the transportation industry are vulnerable to workplace violence because these jobs more often involve contact with the public, working off hours (late night, early morning), exchanging money and delivering goods or services.
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.
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.
The Canada Client Newsletter is a quarterly publication of the Benefits & HR Consulting operations of Gallagher. The Winter 2019 issue includes the opportunities and challenges for Canadian employers and implications of medical marijuana and your employee benefit plan.
The only way to prevent these very dangerous and expensive crashes is to maintain proper following distance and to control your speed so that no matter what happens in front of you; YOU can avoid a collision. To learn more download this month's newsletter.
The United Kingdom, especially London, has historically been an insurance hub,especially for management liability coverage. During the U.K.’s time in the European Union, its market grew considerably, thanks, in part,