The Importance of Making Informed Decisions: A Basic Overview of Enterprise Risk Management (ERM)

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By John E. Garber, Jr., SPHR, SHRM-SCP There are a few pitfalls associated with the “traditional” risk management approach. In the traditional approach to risk management, there is one-dimension assessment of risk, loss prevention and insurance. Risk is managed in a “siloed” manner and is typically reactionary. Risk is considered in “negative” terms. The alternative approach […]

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Sexual Harassment and Workplace Misconduct: Developing and Implementing an Effective Approach (Part Two)

By John E. Garber, Jr., SPHR, SHRM-SCP and Christin Smith Myers Read Part One of this blog series here Part Two: Addressing the Challenge Developing and Implementing an Effective Approach As we stated in our previous blog post, the risks associated with a culture of sexual harassment and workplace misconduct are clear. How should they be addressed? […]

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Sexual Harassment and Workplace Misconduct: The Intersection of Human Resources, Legal Compliance and Risk Management (Part One)

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By John E. Garber, Jr., SPHR, SHRM-SCP and Christin Smith Myers Part One: The Challenge What is going on? News surrounding Matt Lauer, Bill O’Reilly, Charlie Rose, Al Franken, Kevin Spacey, and Harvey Weinstein and many others should be prompting organizations to examine their sexual harassment policies, procedures and more importantly, their organizational culture. It has become […]

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John Garber’s Article on Building an Effective Safety & Health Management Program

Building and Effective Safety and Health Management Program

John Garber, Jr., CSP, SPHR, SHRM-SCP was Published in Arbill’s Winter 2016 “Safer Every Day” magazine. John’s article entitled “Building An Effective Safety & Health Management Program” explores Hazard Identification, Assessment, Prevention and Control with OSHA’s New Guidelines.  The new guidelines provide a flexible framework for employers to utilize in developing and implementing an effective safety […]

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How a Consumerism Strategy Can Improve Healthcare Benefits and Control Costs

By John E. Garber, Jr. MSHRD, SPHR, SHRM-SCP, Managing Director According to the Kaiser Family Foundation, employee deductibles for health insurance have increased 67 percent from 2010 to 2015. A 2016 Employer Health Benefits Survey indicates a PPO (Preferred Provider Organization) Plan remains the most common plan type in 2016, enrolling 48%, however, “29% of covered workers […]

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