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This survey on pensions will form part of a double-presentation during our Ponte Vedra conference next week. Highlight: Few members have implemented lump sum payments. Those who have implemented lump sum payments reported their adoption rates. On average companies reported their deferred vested...
We recently ran a short query/survey on hedging. Several respondents stated they were struggling with the decision of whether or not to hedge. The majority of responding companies have exposure in India, Brazil, Korea, and China; of those countries, most hedge in India, Brazil, and Korea. Most...
Two documents sum up content from e-roundtable discussions, and one is a broader survey on risk categories (it originated from outside Quality Council). I have also included a summary article on the 2013 edition of the salary survey conducted by the ASQ. On the awards survey, the majority of those...
Are the off-duty sexual activities of your employees part of your enterprise risk analysis? If not, they probably should be. Sex is a big business and its illicit progeny—sex slavery and human trafficking—are rapidly growing as well. One strategy to stop these atrocities is to dry up the customer...
Conflict minerals are arguably the most significant, and potentially most costly, regulatory requirement for U.S. manufacturers since Sarbanes-Oxley. This primer is intended to help executives understand the who, what, when, how, and why of conflict minerals, breaking the issue into manageable...
If imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, the UK is positively infatuated with the United States. Two years ago, the UK essentially copied U.S. anti-corruption laws by adopting the UK Bribery Act—a British version of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA)—to criminalize corporate corruption...
The world was stunned recently by the death of a soccer official at the hands of a 17-year-old goalie. One single unsportsmanlike act created a cascade of devastation with two lives lost, and families and teams reeling in its wake. Companies face similar risks every day—not necessarily death—but...
The world was stunned recently by the death of a soccer official at the hands of a 17-year-old goalie.  One single unsportsmanlike act created a cascade of devastation with two lives lost, and families and teams reeling in its wake.  Companies face similar risks everyday - not necessarily death -...
The current state of the U.S. labor market is generating a significant conversation about the availability of skilled talent, especially in light of the manufacturing renaissance underway. The creation and implementation of a sustainable pipeline of talent is integral to both human capital and...
To learn more about the Executive Summit agenda, visit madeinmfg.com. In recent years MAPI member companies have embraced the Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) concept. In most general terms, ERM entails those methods and processes of coordinated risk management used by an organization that place...

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