Earlier this year, we highlighted Regional Plumbing, Heating & Air’s certified technicians, their standout customer service, and the resources they implement to provide an unmatched experience for their customers.
From the initial call to the follow-up after installation or repair, Regional’s team ensures their customers are always in the know with who they’re working with. Once a client receives confirmation of their appointment, they also get a chance to know who will be coming into their home.
“It’s nice for them to be able to see the picture of the technician, know when to expect him, and learn a little about him,” said Audrey Krooswyk, co-owner of Regional Plumbing, Heating & Air. “Our technicians always try and talk to customers like they are a member of their own family. It’s all about being fair, reasonable, and...
Oak Partners welcomed their clients to March Madness at Catch 22 Table & Tap Thursday evening. The wealth and retirement planning company covered food and drinks while spending time connecting with their clients. The atmosphere was full of energy as the packed restaurant rooted for their favorite teams and made memories.
Addison Pointe Health and Rehabilitation Center in Chesterton is pleased to announce Kristina Derkach as February’s Employee of the Month. Kristina has worked for Addison Pointe for 4 years as an Activates Assistant. She shared, “I am never sitting. I’m always interacting with staff and residents. That is my favorite part!”
Methodist Hospitals has a tradition of honoring its employees by holding an annual service awards banquet to recognize employees for their years of service in 5 year increments ranging from 5 to 40 years. This year 363 employees were recognized with over 400 guests in attendance. “We hold a variety of events each year, but our Annual Service Awards Banquet is by far the most important because our most important asset is our employees, “said Raymond Grady, President & CEO of Methodist Hospitals. In addition awards were given for Safety Star of the Year, Employee of the Year, Leader of the Year and Humanitarian of the Year. The following individuals were honored as follows:
The colors we interact with daily impact the way we see them throughout life.
For companies and businesses, a brand color can mean...well, everything! It’s reflected on every aspect of marketing -- company signs, billboards, social media posters, apps, and even company apparel. A brand color is so important because it’s what customers and potential customers see first.
When we think of the color yellow, specifically, the brain directs it to what we correspond most commonly with yellow. The sun, a smiley face, or even the yellow brick road. Most people correlate yellow with positivity and reliability. The color yellow is actually proven to psychologically uplift and can motivate upon a glance!
For CertaPro Painters of Northwest Indiana, their trademark “gold yellow” bleeds into their branding just as much...
St. Catherine Hospital Chief Executive Officer Leo Correa has been named the 2019 Business Person of the Year by the Lakeshore Chamber of Commerce. The award was presented by one of Northwest Indiana’s largest business associations during the 110th annual “Evening of Recognition and Celebration” on Saturday, March 9, at Dynasty Banquet Center in Hammond.
Randall S. Moore, MD, MBA, will join Franciscan Alliance as senior vice president and COO for Franciscan Health and Care Solutions, Kevin Leahy, President and CEO of Franciscan Alliance, announced today.
Eventually, everyone finds their niche. Chris Ylo, Financial Advisor at Lakeside Wealth Management, discovered his through an adventurous career journey that inevitably landed him his dream job.
Ylo was born in the Philippines and moved to the Chicago Heights area when he was 8. Years later while living with his wife in the heart of Chicago, Ylo was looking to settle down and start a family. This decision led him to quaint Northwest Indiana.
Last December, Ylo joined the Lakeside Wealth Management team and believes he has found his perfect fit.
“The culture of a team environment really drew me to Lakeside. In this day and age, you can’t be everything to everybody. There’s so much information out there that it’s hard to be an expert on everything. Everyone at Lakeside...
Teachers Credit Union has promoted Jeff Benefiel to Vice President of Digital Delivery and Payments, Joshua Neff to Vice President of Commercial Lending, Sandy H. Burd to Assistant Vice President of Payments and Digital Fraud and Sharri Tafelski to Assistant Vice President of Branch Operations and Project Management. In addition, TCU has hired Kara Kelly as Manager of Public Relations.