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As we prepare for Thanksgiving this week, we wanted to share a recipe that has been passed down through the Brooker family. Marian Delano Brooker is the mother of our President, Mal Brooker, and this is her recipe for the best pumpkin pie. We hope that this recipe finds its way from our table to yours this holiday season. Maybe it even becomes a family tradition for you the way it has for the Brooker family.
Smart leaders are always looking for ways to show their appreciation to employees without breaking the bank. Hopefully, you provide some health benefits, life insurance, a retirement plan, and maybe some other fancy benefits that keep you employees committed to your company.
When you run a business, everything is data. You pore of P&L statements and spreadsheets, always attempting to reduce costs and maximize profits. It’s important to remember, though, that your employees are people. Like you, they have full lives happening parallel to their “work lives.”
There are many reasons we work. Ideally, you get a sense of purpose and accomplishments out of your work, possibly make good friends, and learn new things. But the main reason most people work is to support themselves and their families. Work, at its most basic provides a means of supplying food, shelter, education, and healthcare to the people we love most.
Many businesses want to offer better medical benefits and job incentives for their employees but aren’t sure how they compare with the competition. How much to contribute toward your employees’ premiums is a common question from business owners.
Insurance is an essential component of running a transportation business, whether you’re a big company or small. With insurance, you get peace of mind for yourself as well as your drivers. But, like anything, insurance costs money and you may be asking yourself questions like: “How much is too much?”