2019 10 Best Healthcare Companies

Proud to be featured in this year’s CIO Bulletin’s 2019 10 Best Healthcare Companies. This follows our 2018 awards for being one of the 10 Most Innovative Healthcare Solution Providers by Insight Success and CIO Review’s 2018 50 Most Promising Healthcare Solution Providers. Congratulations Daniel Etra for being an industry health tech pioneer and our inspiring CEO.

View full article:  https://go.rethinkfirst.com/2019CIOBulletin

Pushing the Wellbeing Envelope

Honored to be presenting at NEBGH’s Annual Wellness Forum this week, where Mike Civello, our VP of Employer Services will talk about “The Value of Supporting Family Caregiver Wellbeing”. Learn how to support one in five of your employees who is balancing work with some type of family caregiving responsibility, so you can create a caregiving-friendly workplace to boost engagement and productivity and retain happy and healthy employees. https://nebgh.org/event/7th-annual-wellness-fair-forum/

Supporting Employee Caregivers with Children with Special Needs

Proud to have Mike Civello, our VP of Employer Services and our client Deborah Mackin, Total Rewards Manager, Benefits at PepsiCo present at tomorrow’s NBGH member webinar on “Supporting Employee Caregivers with Children with Special Needs. PepsiCo will be discussing how they support employees caring for a loved one with special needs to help improve their mental health and ability to balance work and life. All NBGH members can join us to hear the business case for adding support for these caregivers, and the results of the successful partnership between PepsiCo and Rethink.  

Employees with autism and those who are neurodiverse have a lot of skills to offer manufacturing companies.

Mike Civello, Vice President and creator/director of the Neurodiversity Inclusion Center at Rethink Benefits is featured in Industry Week discussing how neurodiverse employees can be an asset in the manufacturing industry.

https://www.industryweek.com/talent/manufacturing-talent-out-there-you-just-need-know-where-look