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Gain insight into why management may be hesitant to streamlining pay structure, and how HR leaders can support this conversation.
This issue touches on conflict of interest, 403(b) fiduciary duties, workplace violence and plenty of news on privacy: patching software to prevent ransomware attacks, the largest breach of the year, the largest ever OCR HIPAA settlement, and criminal prosecution.
By now most all school systems are back in session; grammar schools, high schools and college classes have resumed. In some locations schools are now going to a yearly schedule and instead of having the traditional summer break they have other breaks all year long—so you really have to pay attention to the signs and the buses that are rolling.
Overview of the typical Lawyers Professional Liability Insurance Declarations Page
In early April 2016, the FDA published its final rule establishing sanitary transportation requirements for human and animal food. The rule, which implements parts of the Food Safety Modernization Act and the Sanitary Food Transportation Act of 2005, is intended to ensure that food transportation practices do not create food safety risks.
This issue concentrates on the challenging environment in healthcare: factors for profitability; huge increase in FCA penalties; and newer ransomware strains that force reporting of data breaches.
This webinar is directed to clients interested in learning about multinational admitted insurance programs to meet the statutory, regulatory, and tax compliance needs that exist in today’s globalized economy. The presentation will cover what creates the need for a global program, atatutory and tax compliance and Structures & implementation considerations
This issue highlights increased scrutiny of nursing home admissions and transfers; the continuing trend toward quality outcomes – this time with physicians in Clinically Integrated Networks; and guidance on dealing with ransomware attacks.
The National Safety Council’s Defensive Driving Course for Professional Drivers calls the driving errors that lead to the most severe collisions the “fatal four.” One of these is HEAD-ON COLLISIONS (driving left of center). This collision has the greatest potential for a fatal outcome because the mass and velocity of two vehicles striking each other compounds the force that has to be absorbed in the crash.