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What Employers Should Know About the Ruling on the Obamacare Health Insurance Subsidy

BARB RAND
Compliance Advisor

An appeals court ruling this week on who gets an Obamacare health insurance subsidy could have a significant impact on employers — if the decision withstands the inevitable challenges from the Obama administration.

Topics: Construction Transportation Manufacturing HR / Employee Benefits

Human Resources Advice: What to Do When the Best of the Worst is Still Bad

THERESA DEW
HNI Human Resources Manager

We see this all the time — organizations take a pool of not-so-hot applicants, pick the top three to interview, and then hire the best one. But if you’re starting with a deficient pool of candidates, the best of the worst is usually still bad.

Topics: Construction Transportation Manufacturing HR / Employee Benefits

Motivate Employees with 5 Rewards You Probably Haven't Thought Of

THERESA DEW
HNI Human Resources Manager

Employees who feel valued will work harder for your business. It's time to recognize those people who bring their "A" game with a reward that feels personal and sincere.

Topics: Construction Transportation Manufacturing HR / Employee Benefits

The Generation Gap’s Getting Even Wider — Get Ready for the 'Posts'

THERESA DEW
HNI HR Manager

This battle of generations in the workplace will forever be an issue that employers need to tackle — and 
Topics: Construction Transportation Manufacturing HR / Employee Benefits

Tracy Morgan Crash Shines Spotlight on Culture of Safety in Trucking

CHRIS TANKEHNI Transportation Practice Leader & Associate Vice President
& BRIAN KAMINSKIHNI Account Executive

The high-profile truck crash that severely injured actor Tracy Morgan has once again put a spotlight on trucking. The facts in the incident still are under investigation, and it's irrelevant to point fingers at this stage.

Topics: Transportation HR / Employee Benefits

Better Than a Bonus: Employee Recognition Program Ideas

THERESA DEW
HNI Human Resources Manager

All employees, from the C-suite to the shop floor, want to feel valued. This is an important rule for business owners to remember. That's because employees work harder when they feel happy, valued, and appreciated, and employees who work harder are good news for business owners.

Topics: Construction Transportation Manufacturing HR / Employee Benefits

6 Tips for Building Great Summer Internship Programs

THERESA DEW
HNI Human Resources Manager

It’s that time of the year — intern season!  Summer is a busy time for many of our businesses, and fortunately, a supply of eager labor becomes available annually right about now.

Topics: Construction Transportation Manufacturing HR / Employee Benefits

Worlds Collide: How Marketing and HR Can Join Forces in Recruiting

ANDREA TARRELL
HNI Marketing Director

The war for talent is fiercer than ever. The transportation industry is being slammed with the worst driver shortage we’ve ever seen. In construction and manufacturing, our clients are having a harder time finding qualified talent with the right skills and work ethic. No matter what the industry, companies are finding steep competition for candidates who have what they need. HR pros need all the help they can get when it comes to recruiting talent.

Topics: Construction Transportation Manufacturing HR / Employee Benefits

IRS Announces Increases to Deductible Limits, Contribution Amounts for HSA Health Plans in 2015

GWEN SNYDER
HNI Account Executive

The IRS recently announced limits for coverage and contributions to HSA health plans for 2015. The agency released the news in Revenue Procedure 2014-30 (click here to see the official document).

Topics: Construction Transportation Manufacturing HR / Employee Benefits

Keys to Sustaining Organizational Change for the Long Haul

CHAD TISONIK
HNI Wisconsin President

People risk management is a team sport. One cheerleader or even a few executives never will make or sustain an impact on corporate culture. The result you’re after will not take place after one meeting when “we have a new culture” (or a new brand, new process, or new anything) is announced. Managing the people side of risk will take years and will never end. Change has to be felt on an ongoing basis.

Topics: Construction Transportation Manufacturing HR / Employee Benefits