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Criterion Relocates

first_imgCriterion, LLC2456 Christian StreetWhite River Junction, Vermont 05001RELEASE: June 7, 2004Contact: Dianne Kenney 802-280-3061Criterion RelocatesWhite River Junction, VT. Criterion, LLC is pleased to announce their relocation to 2456 Christian Street, White River Junction, Vermont.Criterion, LLC was originally established in 2000 as Green Mountain HR, with a focus on Human Resources consulting. In response to clients mounting requests, we have expanded our core services to include executive coaching, management education and meeting facilitation, said Dianne Kenney, owner.The increased space accommodates the continued growth of the company due to expanded service offerings, including in-house seminars.For more information about the Criterion, please email info@criterion.biz(link sends e-mail) or phone us at 802-280-3061.last_img read more

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IBEW Local 300 Votes In New Leadership Slate

first_imgOn July 1, Jeffrey Wimette started a three-year term as the union’s business manager and financial secretary. Wimette, who holds a degree in architectural engineering from Vermont Technical College, previously served as assistant business manager. He has been a licensed Local 300 electrician since 1999 and has an extensive military history with the United States Army Reserves. Wimette currently resides in Bristol withhis wife and three children.I am honored that our membership placed its confidence in my leadership capabilities and pledge to further cultivate this organization with thefull cooperation of our signatory employers and existing members, Wimette said. In today’s economic climate, unions will certainly ensure that working Vermonters are employed by socially responsible businesses that pay a living wage, healthcare and retirement benefits.Local 300 constituents also elected George Clain as president, Maureen Bothfeld as secretary and Marcel Cote as treasurer. Jim Cushing, Louis LaCroix, Jim Genovisi, Angela Perron, Kevin Stevens, Ed Provost and Michelle Stines all earned seats on the local union’s executive board. Wimette will oversee an appointed four-person staff that includes Clain,Jean Watkins, Matt Lash and Holli Vidal.ABOUT IBEW LOCAL 300Based in South Burlington, IBEW Local 300 serves 1,200-plus working Vermonters at some of the state’s most successful businesses, including American Electric, Ben and Jerry’s, Brown Electric, Burlington ElectricDepartment, Central Vermont Public Service, Century Electric, Entergy-Vermont Yankee, E.S. Boulos, Green Mountain Power, Peck Electric, Sherwin Electric, Vermont Gas, Washington Electric Cooperative and several municipalities. Local 300 members earn a living wage, healthcare coverage and best-in-class retirement benefits. The organization is part of the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, which is headquartered in Washington, D.C., and representsapproximately 750,000 laborers in utilities, construction, telecommunications, broadcasting, manufacturing, railroads, governmentand more. The IBEW has members in both the United States and Canada and stands out among AFL-CIO unions because of its size and highly skilled constituency.For more information, contact Marketing and Business DevelopmentDirector Matt Lash at (802) 864-5864, MLash@ibewlocal300.org(link sends e-mail) or www.ibewlocal300.org(link is external).last_img read more

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Governor Douglas named one of 20 people who made health care better in 2010

first_imgHealth Leaders Media released its annual HealthLeaders 20 list of individuals who make health care better and Governor Jim Douglas was among those recognized for his positive efforts to improve the American health care system.Health Leaders Media credited Douglas’ ability to bridge the partisan divide in health care, whether in Washington or in Montpelier, citing his work as chairman of the National Governors Association, the Vermont Blueprint for Health and Vermont’s 2006 Health Reform bill as examples of his leadership. The article notes that ‘In striking contrast to Congress, Vermont provides a great example of what Republicans and Democrats can achieve in healthcare when they agree upon a common goal. And perhaps no one better embodies that bipartisan spirit in the Green Mountain State than long-serving Republican Gov. Jim Douglas.’‘I am very proud of the efforts we’ve undertaken over the past eight years to improve the health and well-being of Vermonters,’ Governor Douglas said. ‘Our leadership has been recognized by many from the federal government, most recently with the recent announcement of the Multi-payer Advanced Primary Care Practice demonstration project, to publications like HealthLeaders Media.’In addition to being ranked the healthiest state in the nation two years in a row by the United Health Foundation, Vermont has received recognition by the National Committee for Health Quality (NCQA) for improving the quality of health care, the American Public Health Association and Partnership for Prevention for promoting wellness and prevention, and Surescripts for being the most improved state for e-prescribing in 2009.HealthLeaders Media is a division of HCPro, a leading multi-platform media company dedicated to meeting the business information needs of health care executives and professionals. It consists of the following entities: HealthLeaders magazine, HealthLeaders Media Online, HealthLeaders Media Rounds, HealthLeaders Media Breakthroughs, the HealthLeaders Media Intelligence Unit, and California HealthFax. All are available on the Web at www.healthleadersmedia.com(link is external).To read the article on Governor Douglas visit: http://www.healthleadersmedia.com/content/HEP-259182/Jim-Douglas-More-Th…(link is external) Source: Governor’s office. 12.6.2010last_img read more

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