In September 2015, Sally Quillian Yates, a United States Deputy Attorney General, issued a seven-page memorandum entitled “Individual Accountability for Corporate Wrongdoing,” which has attracted an enormous amount of attention. The so-called “Yates Memo” sets out six points which Yates says demonstrate the Department of Justice’s (DOJ) attitude in prosecuting individual malefactors. This memo, which applies to both criminal and civil actions brought by the DOJ, states that it is the department’s intention to assure that the individuals responsible for misdeeds are targeted from the beginning of every investigation.
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Agnes Nines discusses the productivity potential of a comprehensive approach to absence management and how employers of any size can benefit.
Ali Payne, Kathleen Schulz and Rebecca Kruske discuss organizational culture and other key drivers of a successful total wellbeing strategy.
You will not want to miss this encore webinar about the value of Pre-employment Integrity Testing. This webinar will talk about the value of integrity testing and you will also learn how Mark Walker and the Merchants Information integrity testing helped Frank Russo, the Senior Vice President of Risk and Legal Affairs, cut costs for Silverado Senior Living. Integrity testing applies to all industries.
Tim Easterwood considers the power of cost-effective voluntary benefits to provide choice to a diverse workforce looking to supplement their financial safety net, and enhance their personal lives.
Recently, the United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit came down hard on an insured that was attempting to elude the notice provisions of an excess policy.
Rick Strater discusses the potential for a defined contribution and private exchange strategy to manage benefit costs, and offer employees an opportunity to control their own future – through greater choice.
Mark Rosenberg, Kevin Cipoletti and Adam Wolff discuss health plan risk management tactics as alternatives to cost shifting – including healthcare access levers, pharmacy spend, self-funding, medical stop-loss captives and reference-based pricing.
For the third consecutive year the U.S. economy suffered a first quarter slowdown in GDP growth, managing just 0.5% expansion for the quarter.
Kent Lonsdale and Joe Milano share insights on why a structured compensation and benefits plan – flexibly aligned with employees’ needs and designed for sustainability – is required to compete for the best talent, manage risk and ensure industry relevance.