Directions newsletter is a monthly publication of the Benefits & HR Consulting division of Arthur J. Gallagher & Co. The June 2017 issue discusses the New York State Paid Family Leave Law, June 9 implementation of the fiduciary rule, and more.
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Explore how competing as a destination employer sets you apart from your competitors as you work to attract & retain top talent through controlling healthcare costs, improving employee total wellbeing and managing risk.
In recent years, healthcare cost control has become a top organizational priority. See how charting a long-term course can help your organization continue to compete, succeed and prosper as a Destination Employer.
This Weekly Market Update reviews the top 3 market headlines: Eurozone Grows, ECB Remains Cautious; British Conservatives Lose Parliamentary Majority; Fiscal Issues Cloud Forecasters’ Economic Outlook
The issue of late reporting of claims to carriers is constant in management liability. It is a perfect reflection of the American legal system – that is, something of a cracked mirror.
Plan documents specify the promises made to employees about the terms and conditions of employer-sponsored benefits. Learn 10 ways to keep your plan documents communicating clearly in the June Compliance Guide.
Use this chart to compare current PPACA provisions with the AHCA version of healthcare reform passed by the House. How could this legislation impact employers? What changes might the Senate have in store?
This Weekly Market Update reviews the top 3 market headlines: Jobs Report Misses, Beige Book and Emerging Markets Remain Calm
Stress is an everyday fact of life. When you have too much stress, or it lasts too long, it can be harmful. At work, unmanaged stress can lead to illness or injury, low productivity and unsafe acts. But not all stress is bad. The best level of stress is that amount which improves a person’s performance without causing harmful side effects
El estrés es parte cotidiana de la vida. Cuando una persona tiene demasiado estrés, o éste dura demasiado tiempo, puede ser nocivo. En el trabajo, el estrés sin control puede conducir a una enfermedad o lesión, baja productividad, y acciones peligrosas. Pero no todos los niveles de estrés son malos. El mejor nivel de estrés es aquel que mejora el desempeño de la persona sin ocasionar efectos nocivos