Group Purchasers Make Positive Impact

The International Foundation of Employee Benefit Plans has declared April 6, 2010 as National Employee Benefits Day, a day to recognize trustees, administrators, corporate benefits practitioners and professional advisors for their dedication to providing quality benefits for the well-being of their colleagues.

This year’s National Employee Benefits Day has a special focus on workplace wellness and living a healthier lifestyle at work and at home. Northeast Delta Dental encourages healthy living for its employees by providing a fitness center, fresh fruit, on-site preventative screenings, smoking cessation, flexible work hours, chair massages, stretch breaks and now DeltaVision, to name a few. We go the extra mile to keep our employees healthy, and we want to thank our group decision makers for choosing to provide their employees with quality dental benefits plans through Northeast Delta Dental.

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2 Responses to Group Purchasers Make Positive Impact

  1. Many companies offer many great benefits, but the free fresh fruit is a real winner.

    The tai chi classes aren’t bad either 😉

    And the massages.

    And the Quality Library (with precious Rosetta Stone language software!)

    And the soccer field (a good place for tai chi during the Summer)

    And all the really happy people.

    All this stuff does put a strain on my vaunted grouchy unix administrator attitude, but I’ll do what I can.

    • tomraffio says:

      Hi Richard,

      Thanks for your nice, insightful and humorous comment Truly, happy employees translate to exemplary external and internal customer service (in your case, the unix administrator). Thanks for being one of those many self-actualizing, growing employee colleagues at Northeast Delta Dental. Happy Birthday. Your colleague, Tom Raffio.

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