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Weekly Newsletter | 06/12 - 06/18
New Leadership Live!
Our guest speaker for this month’s Leadership Live was none other than Dr. Edward Fubara!
Dr. Fubara discussed the significance of expressing gratitude in the workplace, and the positive effects it can give both the recipient and the giver. He also informs on different approaches for properly expressing gratitude to your peers.
Did you know gratitude directly improves physical and psychological health as well?
Watch this Leadership Live and learn more about Dr. Fubara’s insight on How to Express Gratitude Toward Your Co-workers!
Take our Newest Safety Quiz!
We are excited to bring a new Safety Quiz program for our Field Employees for June! We are continuing this month with the ever-so-popular back injuries.
Active employees who submit correct answers to the quiz will be entered into a quarterly raffle to win company SWAG for each correct answer.
NEW BLOG ALERT!
"At Penmarc, showing or giving gratitude toward your co-workers and clients is extremely important and should be done daily, both in the office and at every project or installation. ... Since we spend more time at work than we do with our families, I believe it’s especially important to find ways to show gratitude to your co-workers."
Click below to read about ways you can express gratitude toward your co-workers!
Shout Out of the Week:
Clint Dalke & Mike Sisca, Texas Market Installers
“Mike and Clint recently had issues where they encountered a water line leak during a demo and their sense of urgency saved the day. They both did a great job in communicating with all parties involved. Their approach to the situation minimized major potential water damage to the customer’s home. Way to go Mike and Clint!"
- Roger Concha, Senior Market Manager
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Happy Workiversary to:
Week 06/12 - 06/18
06/12 - Angela Atanasio-Medeiros
06/15 - Shana Burns
06/17 - Nasir Kener
Happy Birthday to:
Week 06/12 - 06/18
June 13 - Michael Gonzales
June 16 - Kamesha Crocker
What is 988?
"The 988 phone number is the "911" for those seeking mental health assistance, and on July 16, 2022, Americans will be able to dial 988 to reach the National Suicide Prevention hotline.
The current Lifeline phone number (1-800-273-8255) will always remain available to people in emotional distress or suicidal crisis, even after 988 is launched nationally."
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