America’s vast economy moves on the wheels of rigs, large and small. We all know that if you’ve got it; a truck or van brought it. Unfortunately, thieves know that too and cargo theft remains a constant concern.
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Handling deceased animals presents numerous health hazards to those who dispose of them. Disease can spread through contact with the animal itself, its droppings or any parasites that reside upon the animal or within its habitat. Make sure your organization and its employees are taking the right precautions.
Those of us in the transportation industry have a tendency to get caught up with loads, roads, equipment, paperwork, cell phones, iPads, computers and GPS. As a result, we sometimes forget some very important things about our industry and the careers we have chosen.
In a previous newsletter we wrote about OSHA’s 2016 retaliation regulation and associated guidance, which had explained examples of post-accident drug-testing and safety incentive as instances of unlawful retaliation.
Employers must evaluate their safety protections for pregnant women and engage in the interactive process with employees to find reasonable accommodations
Do unwelcome behaviors exist in your workplace environment? If so, is the elephant in the room ignored or acknowledged? In light of all of the attention on sexual harassment brought by the #metoo movement, this seems an opportune time to examine this dilemma in the healthcare industry.
Directions newsletter is a monthly publication of the Benefits and HR Consulting practice of Arthur J. Gallagher & Co. The October 2018 issue includes articles about PPACA reporting forms, Hurricane Michael tax relief, mental health benefits, healthcare price transparency, a Germany maternity law, an IRS ruling on student loan repayment benefits, DOL and IRS leave guidance, a Maine insurance surcharge, New Jersey sick leave regulation, other state law developments, and some important reminders.
This issue provides details on: HIPAA Privacy, Security, and Nonprofit Employer-Sponsored Health Plans: Resourceful Governance; Leveraging board talent; & Keeping a Strategic Focus on Attracting and Retaining Employees.
A few years ago, merger objection suits were the subject of highly charged press. In some cases, merger objection suits resulted in large sums changing hands, a fact not often found in articles about this subject. No matter what the outcome, however, the “wave” of merger objection suits rarely derailed the transaction.
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.