The Millennials: Teaching a New Dog Old Tricks
Understanding what motivates Millennials, what they value in the workplace and how they like to receive information may help employers keep their benefit offerings up to date.
Active Shooter Preparedness, Response and Recovery: A Checklist of Best Practices
Every week seems to bring heartbreaking news of another active shooter event in America – San Bernardino, Orlando, Dallas, Louisiana. While these situations can be overwhelming for the communities involved, they also present an opportunity for your campus security team to revisit your emergency response plan and reinforce a component for active shooter situations. We've compiled a checklist of best practice questions for you to consider.
Nov. 4, 2016, Milwaukee, Wis. — FEI Behavioral Health, a social enterprise with a 35-year history and a leader in workforce resilience from workplace violence prevention and crisis management to EAP and organizational development, will present at the upcoming 2016 Nonpublic Conference: Where Compliance Meets Best Practice, hosted by Proficio Consulting Group.
Developing Resiliency in an Emergency Response Team
When thinking of resiliency and sports, most people will get a picture of a Major League Baseball team pulling out a win in extra innings when they're down by three, or an NFL team returning to the field after halftime with a score of 21-0 and coming all the way back to victory. Resiliency is being able to change your thinking in order to believe in a positive outcome. In team sports, it's not just one individual's thinking, it's the combined effort of the team.
There is another team for which resiliency is even more critical - the emergency response team (ERT). How does the ERT - which is made up of individuals whose main responsibilities on any given day run the gamut of guest relations, game day communications, premium seating concierge or parking attendant – utilize these team members most effectively during an emergency response and remain resilient?
FEI will present at the upcoming Hispanic Professionals of Greater Milwaukee (HPGM) signature Conexiones networking event. The HPGM Conexiones breakout sessions will take place on Thursday, Oct. 27, 2016, at Aurora Health Care’s corporate office, 750 W. Virginia St., Milwaukee, followed by networking and a social at Great Lakes Distillery.
FEI’s Senior Account Manager, Randall Kratz, will be presenting in a panel presentation, “Wellness at Work: Why Companies & Employees Should Invest in Mental Health,” at 6 p.m. CST. The panel discussion will examine the unique mental health challenges faced by many of today’s working professionals.