EO Johnson Business Technologies and Office Enterprises, Inc. (OEI)/Cornerstone Technology announced the sale of OEI’s copier/printer division and Cornerstone Technology’s IT services business to EO Johnson (Cornerstone’s Digital Media is transitioning to OEI). The sale was completed March 9, 2018, and since that date both companies have focused on notifying customers and transitioning the business. EO Johnson welcomes OEI’s service and administrative employees and the Duluth sales employee to its Imaging division. Cornerstone Technologies support, engineering, and administrative employees join Locknet® Managed IT Services, EO Johnson’s IT division. Total new employees transitioning to EO Johnson/Locknet are 22.
Two registered nurses in the Women and Infants department at HSHS Sacred Heart Hospital have recently earned advanced certifications. Katie Jelinek recently earned her certification in inpatient obstetrics nursing (RNC-OB). This certification recognizes the applied and theoretical knowledge these nurses possess in the obstetric specialty. To be eligible, a candidate must currently be a licensed registered nurse in the United States or Canada with two years of work experience in labor and delivery and at least 2,000 hours in the specialty. Amy Lokken recently earned her certification in electronic fetal monitoring (C-EFM). Electronic fetal heart monitoring is done during pregnancy, labor, and delivery. It keeps track of the heart rate of a baby. It also checks the duration of the contractions during labor. Having this certification promotes effective communication and collaboration amongst the different roles team members in a hospital’s obstetrics department may have.
The Women's Giving Circle, a fund of the Eau Claire Community Foundation, will once again be offering grants of up to $6000 to Eau Claire area nonprofits that work to enhance the well-being of local women and/or children. The window for submitting grant applications opens on April 1, and the deadline is July 1, 2018. Any nonprofits that are interested in applying can call the Eau Claire Community Foundation or visit the “Women’s Giving Circle Grant Cycle” page at www.eccommunityfoundation.org for more information.
LVC Companies of Minneapolis has received the honor of being named an ANSUL “Double Diamond” Distributor as part of the ANSUL Alliance Rewards Program. This level of distinction is a testament to the hard work put forth by the organization over the past year. Diamond Distributor distinction is based on achieving measurable goals established by Johnson Controls, Inc. At this time, less than 20 percent of ANSUL distributors have achieved Diamond status. Companies that meet this milestone must earn that partnership each year through sales performance.