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Making Music in Construction Contract Management

A few weeks back my daughter treated me to tickets for an Anderson East concert at the Majestic Theatre in Madison, WI.  (By the way, he puts on a great show.) During the second set, he covered one of my favorite old tunes by Sam & Dave, “Hold On, I’m Coming.” He then immediately transitioned..

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Medical Payments Limit: When Less Becomes More

Now and again, it is our recommendation in the insurance industry that businesses carry higher liability limits. So, someone might wonder: “Why is my medical expenses limit so low compared to my other general liability coverages?”

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OSHA Electronic Reporting Reminder

Are you required to electronically submit injury and illness to OSHA next month? If so, the deadline is quickly approaching.

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Lock Out/Tag Out: It’s not Just for Your Maintenance Department

In the past 16 years, I’ve unfortunately seen my fair share of crushed extremities and amputations while working as a safety manager and as a risk control consultant. In many cases, injured employees didn’t effectively control hazardous energy prior to performing maintenance or service on..

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Legislative Brief: Affordability Percentages Will Increase for 2019

On May 21, 2018, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) issued Revenue Procedure 2018-34 to index the contribution percentages in 2019 for purposes of determining affordability of an employer’s plan under the Affordable Care Act (ACA). For plan years beginning in 2019, employer-sponsored coverage..

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Point of Sale Systems: An Easy Target?

The popular restaurant chain, Chili’s, is the latest victim of a Cyber breach.  Chili’s parent company, Brinker International, operates over 1,600 restaurants worldwide. In a public statement, the company reported that the data stealing malware attack is still under investigation, but it’s clear..

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My Path to HJI: Rich Johnston, Health, Safety, & Wellness Services Manager

Welcome to the next post in our blog series: My Path to HJI. These are stories from associates on how they got started in insurance, what led them to their role at Hausmann-Johnson Insurance, and advice for others thinking about making a start in the industry.

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3 Best Practices to Save Money on Worker’s Compensation Claims

I just celebrated another anniversary of working in the insurance industry. (I won’t tell you the year I started, but a clue is that President Ronald Reagan was still in office!) My first job with an insurance company was right out of college where I was trained and consequently gained my first..

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My Path to HJI: Kathi Rowley, Benefit Account Manager

Welcome to the next post in our blog series: My Path to HJI. These are stories from associates on how they got started in insurance, what led them to their role at Hausmann-Johnson Insurance, and advice for others thinking about making a start in the industry.

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My Path to HJI: Alyssa Thompson, Investment Associate

Welcome to the next post in our blog series: My Path to HJI. These are stories from associates on how they got started in insurance, what led them to their role at Hausmann-Johnson Insurance, and advice for others thinking about making a start in the industry.

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