Employers need high quality, reliable resources to help navigate today’s ever-changing business and regulatory environment. We have those resources. Content in our Resource Library and our Events are designed to enhance skills in professional development, compliance and risk management — giving your managers and employees the confidence they need to make sound decisions.
If you can’t find what you’re looking for in our Resource Library or scheduled events, we can customize a training solution specifically to your needs. Our customized on-site training allows you to select the topics most important to you. These trainings can assist you with compliance, or ensure your managers are prepared to address employment-related risk, and help develop your most important asset — your human capital. Resources you can access include:
Many employers, especially multi-state employers, have been bogged down by the myriad laws and ordinances springing up throughout the country related to paid sick and family leave. The New York Paid Family Leave (PFL) law is one of many such benefits. PFL is a benefit for people who perform work in the state of New York, regardless of where an employer is headquartered or where an employee lives. While PFL coverage became effective on January 1, 2018, some employers are still unaware that they are subject to the law.
Regardless of your company’s size or mission, the legal costs associated with a D&O lawsuit can be crippling for both an organization and its leadership. To complicate matters, D&O liability can come from a variety of sources, and claims can arise without warning. While D&O insurance provides a last line of defense for organizations and their leadership teams, the best way to protect against D&O claims is to avoid them altogether. Understanding the main sources of D&O liability can go a long way in avoiding costly legal action.
More organizations today are striving to offer employees "simplified" healthcare, and this shows they recognize the importance of providing easy-to-use tools in easy-to-understand language. When employees have adequate health literacy, and understand how to navigate their own healthcare landscape, what usually follows are safer, healthier and lower-cost outcomes.
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