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Top 5 Blogs of 2016

Written by Michael Natalizio | Wed, Jan 04,2017 @ 01:30 PM

As we wave goodbye to 2016 and welcome a new year filled with new possibilities, resolutions, and excitement let's take a look back at our top blogs of 2016.

1. OSHA's Top 10 Violations for 2016 

OSHA recently announced its top ten most frequently cited safety violations for workplace safety with its top category including almost 7,000 violations. Do you know how to avoid these common pitfalls when it comes to your employees' health and safety? We share ten tips to avoid these top ten OSHA violations.

2. What a Trump Win Means for Healthcare

The ballots have been cast and Donald J. Trump will be occupying the Oval Office come January. Many employers have looming questions about what changes are on the horizon - especially when it comes to healthcare.  

3. Choosing a Technology Partner in Transportation

To be an early adopter, or to go with the established player? When it comes to choosing a technology partner, this question looms large for many transportation companies. Should we invest in big box technology that has dominated the marketplace for years or should we take a chance on an up-and-comer whose platform is mobile and poised for future enhancements?  

4. Top 10 Things About Captive Insurance Companies

Small to mid-sized companies between 50-500 employees have historically found themselves in a difficult situation.  Should they fully insure or self-insure their health plan? If the decision is to fully insure, employers encounter annually increasing premiums. This is due to medical trend, health care reform fees such as the Federal Insurer Fee, and fixed costs which include state premium taxes and built-in profit margin. 

5. Tesla: Trucking's Newest Wicked Problem

The transportation industry is no stranger to wicked problems.  And yesterday Tesla CEO Elon Musk added one more.  Musk announced the second part of his Tesla Master Plan (Master Plan, part deux), where he described Tesla‚Äôs ambitious new endeavors - including a plan to build autonomous (self-driving) semi trucks.