One way to ensure your assets go to the people you want is to make gifts during your lifetime. These gifts can be specific assets or interests in your business. In 2016, you can use the Annual Gift Tax Exclusion to make gifts of up to $14,000 per person ($28,000 per person for married couples) without incurring any gift or estate tax liability.
We have an employee on FMLA who is required to have an updated CPR certification for licensure purposes. As an employer, we outsource CPR vendors who come into our clinics to recertify employees. This employee is on maternity leave and fully released to return to work with no restrictions, however the employee is on her last weeks of child bonding.
All businesses have a lot to consider with regard to human resources (HR) and risk management issues. On an average work day, a business may encounter dozens of HR-related issues. How the employer approaches those situations could put the business at risk for employment lawsuits and claims. Employers may approach personnel matters with the best intentions, but their efforts may be derailed by outdated policies or lack of best practices.
IEC-CNA Safety Award in the category 301 plus employees was presented to JMEG, LP during the IEC Con 2016.
It is my pleasure to announce the 2017-2018 IEC Fort Worth/Tarrant County Officers and Directors:
Everyone knows you should be wearing personal protective gear (PPE) when you're doing any kind of electrical work - energized or de-energized. But how often do you make sure PPE is in proper condition and stored according to manufacturer recommendations?
Registration is now open for the October 17-19, 2016 contractor-focused Federated Insurance Risk Management Academy seminar. Attendance is free to all members of our partnering contractor associations.