Surety Bonds are often referred to as lifeblood for a contractor. All public work, and quite often private work, requires the contractor to provide a surety bond that guarantees execution of all obligations under contractual terms. If the contractor cannot secure a bond, they cannot get the work!
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The construction industry has long been known as one that takes a toll on workers, from injuries on the job to sore backs and, as people get older, stiff knees. The opioid crisis is making these problems even worse.
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.
Gallagher’s John Wagner, National Construction Director, discusses labor shortages in the construction industry and 6 strategies for change.
Reduce your risk of HIPAA penalties with Compliance Continuity. The Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) has the authority to levy multi-million dollar penalties on organizations for HIPAA violations, and is not hesitant to do so. Our focus this month will be on critical compliance efforts under the HIPAA Privacy and Security Rules to not only avoid HHS penalties, but also to provide a solid framework for protecting employee and dependent health plan information.
In an effort to help you navigate the W-2 requirements, Gallagher has developed these tools to assist you in understanding, complying with, and communicating the changes to your employees.
The market is always fluctuating, and though some anticipated a significant market tightening in 2018 as a result of the catastrophic events that occurred at the end of 2017, the threat of a near term correction has largely dissipated.
Recently, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit, applying New York law, and the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit, applying Michigan law, respectively, agreed with an insured that the computer fraud provisions of a crime policy covered the loss incurred when the company’s employees transferred funds in response to a spoofed email.
At annual enrollment HR must communicate with employees and complete a variety of administrative activities in a very short time. Our 1-hour recorded webinar is designed to help HR professionals with this year’s annual enrollment process.
This market update will identify and evaluate factors contributing to market conditions and detail the state of the current market and future expectations for public company D&O.