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Congratulations to the 2019 Wisconsin Emerging Managers Emerging Leaders (ELEM) program participants. We would like to congratulate the participants for completing the program and for being great contributors. The WI ELEM participants for 2019 were: Michelle Brown, Adam Demont, Richard Edwards, Del Martin, Robert Moore, Martha Petitjean, Patrick Reid, Nick Rosseter, Patrick Rusch, Mark Slippy, Ryan Sterkenburg, Ryan Stevens, Shannon Suber, Katherine Tomich, Alina Van Camp, and Hather Wise.
Forbes partnered with market research firm Statista to produce their first-ever look at the World’s Best Banks. In a recent statement, Forbes reported: "Instead of gauging the balance sheets and P&L statements, as Forbes does for its ranking of the 100 largest publicly-traded U.S. banks published annually in January, Statista surveyed more than 40,000 customers around the globe for their opinions on their current and former banking relationships."
Workers' compensation insurance carrier SFM awarded Forest Lake School District a $2,500 “Slip, Trip and Fall Grant” to help them address safety issues around the school buildings during the winter season. ABRC’s Risk Management Solutions Manager Brian Plautz discussed the importance of slip-and-fall prevention during a claims review meeting and assisted the district in applying for the grant. The award is designed to match $2,500 of the employer’s investment in winter slip-and-fall efforts.
Elder abuse can take many forms in community settings. These situations illustrate why the safety of residents and a focus on combating elder abuse is a top industry priority. Senior living providers universally recognize the importance of keeping residents safe and happy. Not only are they responsible for an often frailer than average population, but satisfied residents are more likely to thrive.
No community is immune to the opioid epidemic. That is why independent businesses in St. Paul are working together and ramping up efforts to combat the dangers associated with misusing and abusing prescription pain medicines.
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