The conversation about whether benefits innovation pays is similar to the discussion about whether driverless cars are safe. Data in support of both arguments may abound, but overcoming the fear of fundamental change is tough. Inevitably, such conversations turn to the stand-out examples of when a self-driving vehicle was involved in an accident – or a rollout of a full-replacement HSA plan went haywire. In the healthcare benefits space we need more ammunition to present a cogent case to employers focused on retaining talent and achieving growth and profitability goals.
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Max Chilton returned to IndyCar for his sophomore campaign, telling FanSided how he’s building upon year one for greater results in the 2017 season.
Richard Polak, Executive Vice President for Multinational Benefits and HR Consulting, was recently interviewed by Global Health Insider on the growing need for IPMI in multinational benefit schemes.
The foundation of a specialty insurance broker’s work is the thorough knowledge of an industry completely separate from their own.
Max Chilton, No. 8 Gallagher Ganassi driver, knew he was facing a challenging adjustment as a 2016 rookie in the Verizon IndyCar Series.
Minnesota Governor Mark Dayton appointed eight people, including Dr. James Fox, Public Sector Compensation Consulting Practice Leader of the Benefits & HR Consulting division of Arthur J. Gallagher & Co., to the state’s Compensation Council.
As 2016 comes to a close, join us as our panel, including Adam Cottini of AJG and Dave Lewison of AmWINS, discusses cyber risk trends that emerged this past year, derived from our proprietary database of more than 30,000 cyber events.