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All New 2019-2020 Vision Plan Enrollment Information
As previously announced, we are now pleased to offer a vision plan as part of our benefit selection package effective August 1, 2019. If you are interested in taking advantage of this benefit, you must send in the enrollment form for this benefit no later than Monday, July 22, 2019. Check your e-mail for full details. If you have any questions regarding the open enrollment or other notices sent out, please feel free to contact Julie Remington at extension 7434.
2019-2020 Group Health and Dental Insurance Renewal
Be sure to check your e-mail for important information regarding United's health and dental benefits. It's open-enrollment time once again. That time of year, where you can make changes to your annual plan options, or if you aren't already a participant in one of our plans, you can sign up for coverage. Below are links to a cover letter that was included in that e-mail (from Tom Banach) and a flyer highlighting the open enrollment. Your e-mail includes more files other notices for you. If you have any questions regarding the open enrollment or other notices sent out, please feel free to contact Julie Remington at extension 7434.
Points Beyond 2019, Key West, Florida - Business Meeting Videos Highlighting the Art of the Sale
CDC Warns of New Threat - United Has The Solution
'Serious global health threat': At least 587 cases of deadly fungus reported, CDC says
Kaitlyn Kanzler and Lindy Washburn, North Jersey Record Published 8:19 p.m. ET April 9, 2019
WOODLAND PARK, N.J. – At least 587 cases have been confirmed over the last few years of an emerging fungus infection, identified by U.S. health authorities as "a serious global health threat... Click here to see entire article
Must-watch Videos - Clean Hands Makeover Conversion Plan
July Personal Best: Health Promotion and Wellness Newsletter
Get new insites on taking care of your health and diet through this newsletter provided by Alliant/Mesirow. This publication is updated monthly to help you stay up-to-date on items that may affect your health and well-being. Your health is important; let this newsletter keep you motivated to stay healthy.
Do Your Military Bases Use EESOH-MIS?
Our Military uses the EESOH-MIS system to manage risk of exposure to environmental and occupational factors. This system allows them to share information across different functional areas to try to stay in compliance and make sure they are working with the correct data. Not all bases use this system, but if your military customers do, it can be a benefit to you and United as it will allow them to do searches for NSN numbers that have been previously established.
We also have a listing of previously established NSN numbers available through our Sales Tools/Downloads menu. Click here to view that listing.
Conforming with OSHA Regulations
Osha regulations mandate that all employees must be trained on OSHA Hazardous Communication Standards that are now in use. All new hires will need to be trained on this informaton. Training materials and a printed copy of the quiz are included in every start kit. These quizzes must be returned to the Home Office. Also, please take 25 minutes to view this video that will help with your understanding of the regulations.
If you have not yet returned your quiz, please do so as soon as possible. If you need a copy of the quiz or booklet, please contact Debbie Nehmer (x7424 or email@example.com) right away.
Need Help Setting Up Your Cell Phone E-mail
If you need assistance setting up your United e-mail for access on your Andriod phone, iPhone or iPad, that help is just a click away.
When logged into the United website, as you are now, you can click on the HELP menu option and then select the option that you need. An Adobe pdf file will then come up that walks you through the necessary steps for set-up.
Drum roll please… Whether the folks in this roll call are selling by the drum or by the pint, they are leading the way in sales for 2019. Here are the Top 25 through June.
|OUR LEADERS ARE:||SALES NEEDED TO
REACH NEXT LEVEL
|1.||Bobby Marshall (Southeast)|
|2.||Randy Welsh (Southeast)||$72,528|
|3.||Dominique Carrigan (West)||$19,829|
|4.||Mike Grover (Plains)||$46,906|
|5.||Larry Shaffer (Southeast)||$2,825|
|6.||Pat Joray (Southeast)||$61,166|
|7.||Rick DeGroff (Northeast)||$3,688|
|8.||Murl Weaver (Southeast)||$1,495|
|9.||Dave Edwards (Great Lakes)||$3,690|
|10.||Tom Schiller (Plains)||$4,899|
|11.||Jim Taylorson (Southeast)||$23,968|
|12.||Barry Azzolina (West)||$8,257|
|13.||Jennifer Coleman (Southeast)||$3,564|
|14.||Tamara Vana (Great Lakes)||$26,389|
|15.||Rick Dominguez (Great Lakes)||$24,559|
|16.||Ed Zitzler (Plains)||$1,226|
|17.||Gary Pickett (Plains)||$4,526|
|18.||Brad Pemberton (MD-West)||$1,070|
|19.||Rob Johns (Plains)||$4,837|
|20.||Dan Sacks (Southeast)||$44|
|21.||Bill Zitzler (Plains)||$1,532|
|22.||Andy Bryant (Southeast)||$7,368|
|23.||Andy Dimas (Great Lakes)||$1,101|
|24.||Diana Rouse (Southeast)||$1,997|
|25.||Ken Borghi (Southeast)||$221|