Welcome to the Spring Edition of the Gallagher Food and Agribusiness newsletter Field to Fork. Inside this issue you can find articles on the following: Active Shooter, Replacement Cost Coverage, EPLI Claims, and How Weather Controls the Agribusiness Industry product recalls.
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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!
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.
Uneven funding and rising benefits costs can put public entities in a bind. However, data and insights — as in this addendum to the Benefits Strategies & Benchmarking Survey report — help public entities produce better work, cost efficiently.
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.
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.
Retailers must recruit and retain talent in a high-turnover industry. This addendum to the Benefits Strategy & Benchmarking Survey report shows how retailers are striving to become destination employers through data-driven benefits strategies.
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.
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.