While the Australian manufacturing sector is enjoying an unprecedented boom, the industry remains highly volatile, with many businesses facing closure if they were to lose a single customer.
A team of six Gallagher volunteers from Sydney and Parramatta spent a day with Guide Dogs NSW/ACT helping out at the training facility at Glossodia and meeting the adorable puppies, while celebrating our ethical company’s caring culture and values.
Gallagher has signed up to sponsor the 2018 Recruitment Yarns series of educational events, which will engage with hundreds of recruitment professionals across Australia.
Over three days in March, staff from the Ballarat branch volunteered at Eureka Mums, a charity that recycles and re-homes nursery equipment such as prams, cots, high chairs, bottles, car restraints, toys, clothes and linen. This entails sorting, cleaning, fixing, checking quality and safety, and then assembling a package for a family in need that has been identified by local welfare agencies...
The Gallagher East Melbourne Red25 group can claim lifesaver status because their blood donations can each save three lives. That’s three times the 22 donors, including nine first-timers: 66 lives. Australia thanks you, guys!
Association insurance experts Gallagher have released a handy new guide aimed at making insurance simpler for association managers.
When a fire broke out at Blue Hills Residences retirement home in Cranbourne in Melbourne, Gallagher Senior Account Executive Robyn Spiteri was able to provide on-the-ground support and guidance to the facility manager.
Seven Gallagher brokers are up for top honours in the forthcoming Insurance Business Awards – while Gallagher will also go head-to-head with Aon and JLT for the International Brokerage of the Year title.
Congratulations to all the participants who completed the Sydney Coastrek 2018 team trekking challenge on 16 March, raising $4,000+ for The Fred Hollows Foundation!
In 2017, the NSW Government deferred the introduction of the Fire and Emergency Services Levy (FESL). The reform would have removed the insurance based Emergency Services Levy (ESL) and introduced a property based FESL payable by land rates in July 2017. Funding will now continue to be sourced from a levy on insurance premiums, through the Emergency Services Levy. These changes have left...