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March 20, 2012

  Risk, Insurance, Claims & Safety 
  • Expert: Public-private partnerships are key in infrastructure upgrades
    The public and private sectors can develop partnerships to enable government agencies to finance repairs of infrastructure estimated at $2.2 trillion, said Geoff Heekin of Aon Risk Solutions. The partnership would allow the transfer of asset-performance and other risks to private firms while the public sector deals with such risks as taxation and terrorism, said Heekin, who added that the objective is "to align each risk element with the party best able to manage the risk." PropertyCasualty360 (3/12) LinkedInFacebookTwitterEmail this Story
  • TSA tests relaxed screening procedures for older fliers
    The Transportation Security Administration this week was to begin testing of loosened screening procedures for airline passengers 75 or older at four airports. They will be allowed to leave on light jackets and shoes at security checkpoints and may be exempted from pat-downs. USA TODAY (3/15) LinkedInFacebookTwitterEmail this Story
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  Workplace & Retirement 
  • Analysis: Teachers' pensions are underfunded in most states
    Pension funds for teachers in a majority of states are underfunded, according to an analysis by the National Council on Teacher Quality. The shortfall -- expected to worsen as more baby boomers retire -- has some states considering shifting teachers from traditional pension systems to 401(k) retirement plans. Other options being considered in some states include raising the age at which teachers can retire with their full pension and requiring teachers to work for a decade before becoming vested. The Washington Post/The Associated Press (3/15) LinkedInFacebookTwitterEmail this Story
 
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  Infrastructure & Utilities 
  • Bill to revamp highway, transportation programs clears Senate
    The Senate has approved legislation that would revamp the U.S.'s transportation programs and extend the government's authority to impose gasoline and diesel taxes that are scheduled to expire March 31. The bill would allocate $109 billion for highway and transit programs over two years, but the amount is lower than what is needed based on two congressional commissions' estimates for the maintenance of aging bridges, highways and rail systems. USA TODAY/The Associated Press (3/14) LinkedInFacebookTwitterEmail this Story
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  Leadership & Management 
  • How leaders can help teams move into uncharted territory
    Leaders set the tone when their teams encounter challenges, John Kotter and Russell Raath of consulting firm Kotter International say. Conveying a sense of confidence is key, even when the territory is unfamiliar. Successful leaders are willing to accept change and to try new things, Kotter says. Forbes (3/13) LinkedInFacebookTwitterEmail this Story
  News From Aon 
  • Aon at RIMS
    Join Aon for the RIMS 2012 Annual Conference & Exhibition, where risk professionals from around the world will gather for a common purpose: to share experience and gain expertise. Be a part of this community and connect with colleagues, build new relationships and learn from industry experts. LinkedInFacebookTwitterEmail this Story
  • 2011 Thailand Flood Recap Report
    The 2011 Thailand floods were one the most significant events shaping the insurance landscape of today. Read the 2011 Thailand Floods Event Recap Report to better understand what took place and how it affects the market. LinkedInFacebookTwitterEmail this Story
 
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