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Student Debt Relief: Innovation or Fad?

Author: Kyle Von Ruden

Category: Employee Benefits

Younger workers are challenging  employers’ status quo and I like it!  In today’s challenging labor market, employers are finding they need to “reinvent” themselves more than ever and it is quite a healthy exercise for our future workforce. 

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Employee Development through Coaching

Thirty years ago, you went to work, did your job, and got paid.  That was all that you expected, and that is all that your employer offered.  But over time, the employer-employee relationship has changed.

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My Path to HJI: Samantha Fuentebella - Commercial Lines Coordinator

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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Leading From the Center

Author: Suzanne Templin

Category: Human Resources

Take a minute to do a Google search of “leadership techniques.”  Go ahead, take your time, I’ll wait.

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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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