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17 Feb. 2012 Posted by ameulendyke

FEI Crisis Expert Vivian Marinelli Quoted in Security Management Article

Psychologist: Mental First Aid Should Be Incorporated Into Resilience Plans

Just as immediate medical care can mean the difference between future complications and a swift recovery after an injury, immediate psychological first aid can mean the mean the difference in the time it takes for a company’s employees to psychologically heal after the event.

3 Feb. 2012 Posted by ameulendyke

FEI Introduces Survey on Veteran Support

FEI is dedicated to supporting our country’s Veterans by providing these workers with the assistance that is needed to make a smooth transition from military to civilian life. In an effort to enhance our current programs, FEI is interested in researching how our customers and partners have also made this commitment to Veterans. We have developed a brief survey to gather information about current trends in Veteran assistance programs across the country. This survey should take no more than 3 minutes to complete, but will produce some highly valuable information that will provide even more support to our country’s Veterans and their families.

31 Jan. 2012 Posted by ameulendyke

FEI Recognizes Employees for Outstanding Customer Service

MILWAUKEE- Jan. 30, 2012 – FEI Behavioral Health, a leading Milwaukee-based crisis management, EAP, and wellness services company, is pleased to announce Diane Barbieri and Dan Potterton as the winners of the 2011 Amy Kallas Customer Advocate Award for the 4th Quarter and 2011 Amy Kallas Customer Advocate of the Year Award, respectively.


 

26 Jan. 2012 Posted by ameulendyke

FEI Article Highlighted in Campus Law Enforcement Journal

How Public Safety Leaders Can Use Social Media to Effectively Manage Campus Crises

Today's news contains a rising number of stories about disruption at our schools - from altercations between staff or students to disastrous events like shootings. This creates added stress on educators and students as they deal with the potential for violence. It's important for public safety leaders to understand basic crisis management principles - and how social media might play a role in the event of a crisis, for better or worse. Here are some tips to keep in mind.

9 Nov. 2011 Posted by ameulendyke

FEI President Ted Uczen Quoted in BizTimes Magazine

An employee with personal financial problems spends an average of 20 work hours per month dealing with them, according to Personal Finance Employee Education Foundation, a financial literacy nonprofit organization. And according to the Center for Responsible Lending, more than 50 percent of Americans live paycheck-to-paycheck, with no savings set aside for emergencies.

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