EMC and ABI – Together again to protect Iowa Businesses. In 1911, the Iowa Manufacturers Association (IMA), predecessor of ABI, fought hard for the passage of the state's first workers' compensation laws. Having first-hand knowledge of the need for an inexpensive insurance plan that could protect the employer and employee in case of an on-the-job injury, association members joined together and formed EMC. The partnership between EMC and ABI today provides property and casualty insurance to Iowa manufacturers with superior claim services, exceptional loss control, and customized coverages delivered through a local independent agent. A benefit of ABI membership.
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TALX Unemployment Cost Management Solution
Unemployment Insurance tax is one of the few controllable business taxes employers must pay. TALX has over 55 years of experience working with organizations of all sizes to lower unemployment costs by streamlining day-to-day claims processing, recovering erroneous benefit charges, and providing expert guidance with hearings and appeals. We offer full service as well as a self-service solution, depending on your needs.
When employees are separated through no fault of their own, it is in everyone’s best interest to get them back to work quickly. TALX Reemployment Services can provide these employees with the tools and support they need to find their next job quickly, allowing you to do the right thing while maintaining your company image and minimizing unemployment and other potential costs.
ABI members are invited to join the ICIC Tax Credit Purchase Consortium to help build Iowa's entrepreneurial ecosystem. Current Consortium members include Iowa Network Services, West Bank, 1st National Bank of Muscatine, Quad City Bank & Trust and Dubuque Bank & Trust.
For more than 30 years, American Chamber of Commerce Resources has worked with State Chambers of Commerce or Associations of Business and Industry across the country. Their goal is to provide employers and HR professionals with the resources they need to stay in compliance with the rapidly changing world of employment laws and regulations. ACCR joined with ABI to create a HR manual that tell you what to do, how to do it, and why to do it.
Storey Kenworthy and ABI have established a very cost effective way to help you save money on all of your office essential needs. By leveraging the buying power of all of the ABI members, we are able to offer you heavily discounted pricing across the board, no matter what your size.
The partnership between Storey Kenworthy and ABI not only provides great benefit for members to control their operating expense, but for every dollor spent in the program ABI will recieve a marketing royalty to continue their valiant efforts. The money you're already spending on paperclips will help ABI continue to defend and fight for Iowa's business climate!
"Business Publications, Central Iowa's largest publisher of niche products, was established in 1983 by Connie Wimer. The company's flagship publications - the Business Record and dsm magazine - were launched in 1983 and 2003, respectively.
Business Publications is a highly respected publishing company that strives to support and enrich the Central Iowa business and cultural communities by providing essential knowledge, connections and inspiration through innovative products, compelling editorial, stunning visuals and enduring relationships.
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Iowa Association of Business and Industry, "The Voice of Iowa Business since 1903" is the largest business network in the state (serving as Iowa's State Chamber) with long legacy of advocating for a competitive business climate in Iowa. Offering its members opportunities to network, learn best practices in Lean Processes, Workforce, Workers' Compensation, Controlling Health Care Costs, Employee Drug Testing, Environmental Issues and Leadership ABI works, "To foster a favorable business, economic, governmental and social climate within the State of Iowa so that our citizens have the opportunity to enjoy the highest possible quality of life."
Iowa Association of Business and Industry The Voice of Iowa Business Since 1903