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Don't Worry, Be ThankFULL

Posted by David Jones on Nov 20, 2017 7:00:00 AM
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As the Thanksgiving holiday rapidly approaches, it’s a time for us individually to reflect on our blessings and remember what we are thankful for.  Like you, I will take the time to do that in the coming days.  If individuals can be thankful, why can’t companies be thankful too? Here are four things EnableComp is grateful for this Thanksgiving.

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1. We’re thankful for our 185 team members who work here every day. These team members could work elsewhere, but they’ve chosen to make EnableComp their home. Many of them drive considerable distances to get here, and this time of the year they fight the bumper-to-bumper mall traffic near our offices. Yet, they still show-up every day with a smile of their face and ready to go to work. We’re proud of all our teammates and it’s because of them we’ve enjoyed a modicum of success. Thanks to our staff for all you do.

2. We’re thankful for the 600 hospitals across the country who have partnered with us to do their workers’ compensation billing and collections. We know hospitals are very careful about who they partner with. We don’t take any client for granted and we strive daily to make every single one ecstatic by having outstanding products and delivering superior performance.  We appreciate your trust and faith in us.

3. We’re thankful for the various communities where our employees live and work as well as those where our clients are located. Communities are the backbone of this great nation and our Company supports various community causes each year because we believe giving back is important, particularly this time of the year.

4. We’re thankful for the shareholders who own our Company. Our shareholders could have invested their money in many places, but they selected EnableComp because they believe in who we are and what we’re doing. We’ve experienced rapid growth over the last six years and a lot of companies would gladly trade places with us. We’re fortunate to have shareholders who want us to expand the business and are willing to back our growth.

In a few days, we will celebrate another Thanksgiving holiday. It’s our hope that you will take time to reflect on the things you are thankful for.

 

Topics: Workers' Comp Billing, Core Values, Company culture, Employee Relations, Thanksgiving 2017, Being Thankful