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5 Feb. 2018 Posted by aadams

FEI Talks Value of EAPs with EHS on Tap Podcast

FEI Business Solutions Engineer Raquelle Solon spoke about the unique value of employee assistance programs with the host of EHS on Tap, the environmental, health and safety podcast from BLR’s EHS Daily Advisor.

The podcast was recorded ahead of BLR’s upcoming Workplace Violence Prevention Symposium, where Solon will present the session “Creating a Culture of Respect, Inclusiveness, and Support for Employees’ Mental Health: Employee Assistance Programs, Workforce Training, and More.” The symposium takes place March 6-7 in Savannah, GA.

8 Jan. 2018 Posted by aadams

FEI Disaster Expertise Featured in PIA Magazine

Do you know when to update your disaster plan? From mock crisis drills to tabletop exercises, FEI COO Dan Potterton covers how to prepare your workforce for crises in a feature article for Professional Insurance Agents Magazine.

21 Dec. 2017 Posted by aadams

FEI Featured on VPPPA’s December Blog

“Smart Shopping Tips to Stay Safe This Holiday Season” is featured on the Voluntary Protection Programs Participants’ Association’s December blog series. FEI’s Vivian Marinelli covers common sense tips and tricks to protect yourself, your personal information and your purchases during the holidays.

19 Dec. 2017 Posted by aadams

FEI on Social Media Monitoring for Corporate & Incentive Travel Magazine

FEI’s Vivian Marinelli, senior director of crisis management services, reviews best practice when monitoring social media during a crisis event for Corporate & Incentive Travel Magazine. By keeping an eye on social media, organizations can gauge public response and mitigate
damaging misinformation.

27 Nov. 2017 Posted by aadams

FEI Discusses Benefits of Disaster Planning with Growing Magazine

Growing Magazine article “Disaster’s Toll” talks with crisis management consultant Vivian Marinelli about how disaster planning—including mitigation, preparedness, response and recovery—can help maintain farmers’ emotional, financial and physical well-being during
disaster events.

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