Prevalent issues in the multivendor 403(b) environment include a lack of vendor oversight, proprietary investment products, and pricing inefficiencies. What actions should 403(b) plan sponsors be taking to mitigate their fiduciary and legal risks?
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Hear Kevin Loos, Managing Director of Human Resources for the Archdiocese of St. Louis, relate the stories of employees whose lives have been deeply impacted by their wellness solutions.
Inside this newsletter: Nonprofit Affinity Groups: Q&A, Benefits Commentary, Benefits & HR Solutions Case Study Forum: Gatherings and Collaboration
As we take a closer look at the third sector, there is no question that there is a remarkable story of accomplishment, impact, mobilization of resources, partners, communities and technology that is compounding and bringing great resilience to the nonprofit sector.
This case study details how one small nonprofit found a solution for controlling healthcare costs, increasing benefit options and streamlining administrative support with the Gallagher Marketplace.
Social Services employers are working to find and keep top talent, grow their business, and ease the burden of healthcare costs. The Social Services Industry Addendum from the 2016 Benefits Strategy & Benchmarking Survey focuses on these top priorities.
In a complex and competitive benefits climate, social service organizations are looking to maximize the value of employee benefits in balance with their human capital investment. What course are you charting to navigate the obstacles and weather the storm?
Inside this newsletter: Gallagher honors Father Greg Boyle with J. P. Gallagher Audax Award; Risk Summit 2016 — Nonprofit Risk Management Center Chicago breakout session recaps; Top ten legal threats to nonprofits; Cultural change to support youth protection; Decoding directors and officers liability; Consolidation; Whiteboard wisdom and National Benchmarking Survey
Inside this newsletter: Doing More with Less, Family Promise Conference, The 2016 NACPA Convocation, and If I had 5 Minutes.
With a spring in our gait, we move forward in 2016, mindful that our traditions are being challenged by the constant push to ‘transition.’ Change is constant. Recently, the Stanford Social Innovation Review shared an insight (“Can Big Nonprofits Get Big Results?”) that suggests this shift and asked, “how can giant nonprofit networks shift their approach from serving communities to solving underlying problems?” We are excited to be part of this process.