Becki Veal, Director, Human Resources

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Proud to be a Fit-Friendly Company

Posted by Becki Veal, Director, Human Resources

February 26, 2014; 11:30 AM

For the past four years, the American Heart Association has recognized ESI as a Fit-Friendly workplace. According to the AHA, Fit-Friendly companies consist of employers and staff who “go above and beyond when it comes to its employees’ health.”

 While the employees of ESI are very excited about being Fit-Friendly, these health initiatives weren’t taken for recognition alone. Inactivity comes with plenty of health risks and spending hours a day sitting at a desk is one way to keep a person sedentary. As a result, we have provided support for our ESI family by promoting a wellness culture that encourages physical activity and healthy eating habits during the workday.

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Topics: corporate wellness

Making a Difference: Middle-school Mentoring

Posted by Becki Veal, Director, Human Resources

May 17, 2012; 3:00 PM

As the 2011–2012 academic year ends, ESI celebrates and thanks our employees for truly making a difference.

ESI makes a difference by mentoring middle-school studentsToday, ESI was honored with a luncheon by the teachers and staff at a local middle school where a team of ESI employees has been mentoring students weekly through the school year.

Each Thursday, starting in the fall, ESI’s mentors spent one-on-one time with students who need someone in their life to help them through a tough time. Such a student may have organizational issues, face challenges with school work, or have no adult in their life that they can always count on; it could be a student who just needs a friend.

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Topics: Success with significance

Why We’re Proud to Be a “Healthy” Company

Posted by Becki Veal, Director, Human Resources

April 19, 2012; 11:00 AM

What a great honor to represent ESI at the Healthiest Employers of Dallas luncheon sponsored by the Dallas Business Journal. It was a tremendous pat on the back — for all of ESI’s employees who have worked so hard to achieve improved wellness for themselves and their families.

After being evaluated on a number of criteria — including culture and leadership commitment, foundational components of wellness, strategic planning, communication, marketing, and programming — ESI was selected in the medium-sized business category for Dallas area employers from 100–500 employees.

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Topics: corporate wellness