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Megan Young

Recent Posts by Megan Young:

Get Ready for New Food Safety Act Regulations

The Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) was signed into law on January 4, 2011 to better protect the safety and security of America's food supply. Not all of the Act's provisions took effect immediately. The proposed rule for the Sanitary Transportation of Human and Animal Food (STHAF) is expected to be finalized in March, 2016. 

Topics: Transportation

5 Reasons Why Truck Drivers Rock

MEGAN YOUNG
HNI Account Executive

Truck Driver Appreciation & Wellness Week is coming to close, but it's always time to celebrate what makes truck drivers great.

Topics: Transportation

Driver Recruiting and Wellness: Melton Goes All In with New Headquarters

MEGAN YOUNG
HNI Account Executive

From an onsite restaurant that sources local ingredients to a state-of-the-art fitness facility, Melton Truck Lines' new headquarters shows the company is in the fast lane to growth  and HNI is proud to be partners with this future-focused organization.

Topics: Transportation

GET OFF MY... safe following distance

MEGAN YOUNG
Account Executive at HNI

Following too closely (otherwise known as tailgating) continues to be one of the most common causes of serious (and entirely preventable) collisions.

Topics: Transportation Safety / Compliance

Wellness for Truck Drivers: What Makes This Problem So Wicked

MEGAN YOUNG
HNI Account Executive

Wellness for truck drivers is a hot topic in today's transportation industry.

Topics: Transportation HR / Employee Benefits

Want to Thank Your Truck Drivers This Week? Try a Wellness Program

MEGAN YOUNG
Account Executive 

In honor of National Truck Driver Appreciation Week (Sept. 14-20), we're covering all-things trucking on the blog. Stay tuned for transportation content all week!

Topics: Transportation

Melton Truck Lines Takes Innovative Approach to Driver Wellness

MEGAN YOUNG
HNI Account Executive

Driver wellness is a huge issue is the transportation industry, but designing a program that works for drivers is tough.  Lack of healthy food options, ergonomically unfriendly work spaces (truck cabs), extreme fatigue, and always being on the road are just a few barriers companies face.

Topics: Transportation HR / Employee Benefits

4 Keys to Creating a Wellness Program that Works for Truck Drivers

Although there are certainly challenges with creating a wellness program that drivers will actually adopt, the rewards of improving employee wellness are great.  Decreased health care and worker’s compensation costs, greater control of insurance premiums, and improvement of safety records are just a few of the reasons to invest the time in a wellness program for your drivers.

Topics: Transportation