The WeeklyDemand

Weekly Wednesday 04/25 - 05/01

All Active field-level employees have a chance to win a prize every quarter. All you have to do is take the quiz.


If you correctly answer the questions, you will be entered into a quarterly raffle for company SWAG.


This month, the safety topic is Tool Safety!

News of the Day


  • When sending photos to marketing, please make sure the Dress Code is being followed: IDS shirts tucked in, blue Jeans or khakis (no rips, holes, or tears), steel toe shoes, or approved safety shoes, etc.


  • Follow us on Facebook & Instagram.
  • To all celebrating Easter this weekend, we hope you have a wonderful holiday!


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Employee Spotlight of The Week!



Shout out of the Week:

Joseph Lane, Field Reps


"Joseph has been shinning for our team since day one. He does it all, outside crew and MOD’s. Excellent worker and does not complain about the workload”

- Darrell Galloway, Supervisor 


Our Sister Company, ProVantage has a tremendous need for qualified Leads/Supervisors.
Travel opportunities, Per Diem, and more! 
For more information, contact!



Building Better Mental Health


Looking to boost your mood, handle your emotions better, or build resilience? These six life-changing strategies for improving mental health and well-being can show you how.


Understanding good mental health:

Your mental health influences how you think, feel and behave in daily life. It also affects your ability to cope with stress, overcome challenges, build relationships, and recover from life’s setbacks and hardships.


Strong mental health isn’t just the absence of mental health problems. Being mentally or emotionally healthy is much more than being free of depression, anxiety, or other psychological issues. Rather than the absence of mental illness, mental health refers to the presence of positive characteristics.


People who are mentally healthy have:

  • A sense of contentment.
  • A zest for living and the ability to laugh and have fun.
  • The ability to deal with stress and bounce back from adversity.
  • A sense of meaning and purpose, in both their activities and their relationships.
  • The flexibility to learn new skills and adapt to change.
  • A balance between work and play, rest and activity, etc.
  • The ability to build and maintain fulfilling relationships.
  • Self-confidence and high self-esteem.


The relationship between resilience and mental health

Having solid mental health doesn’t mean that you never go through bad times or experience emotional problems. We all go through disappointments, loss, and change. And while these are normal parts of life, they can still cause sadness, anxiety, and stress. But just as physically healthy people are better able to bounce back from illness or injury, people with strong mental health are better able to bounce back from adversity, trauma, and stress. This ability is called resilience.


People who are emotionally and mentally resilient have the tools for coping with difficult situations and maintaining a positive outlook. They remain focused, flexible, and productive, in bad times as well as good. Their resilience also makes them less afraid of new experiences or an uncertain future. Even when they don’t immediately know how a problem will get resolved, they are hopeful that a solution will eventually be found.


How to boost your mental health

Anyone can suffer from mental or emotional health problems—and over a lifetime most of us will. This year alone, about one in five of us will suffer from a diagnosable mental disorder. Yet, despite how common mental health problems are, many of us make no effort to improve our situation.


We ignore the emotional messages that tell us something is wrong and try toughing it out by distracting ourselves or self-medicating with alcohol, drugs, or self-destructive behaviors. We bottle up our problems in the hope that others won’t notice. We hope that our situation will eventually improve on its own. Or we simply give up—telling ourselves this is “just the way we are.”


The good news is: you don’t have to feel bad. There are practices you can adopt to elevate your mood, become more resilient, and enjoy life more. But just as it requires effort to build and maintain physical health, so it is with mental health. We have to work harder these days to ensure strong mental health, simply because there are so many ways that life takes a toll on our emotional well-being.


Happy Workiversary to:
Week 04/25 - 05/01


May 1 - 
Adrian Moore-Taylor, 4 Years!
Apr 29 - 
Shatora Sutton, 2 Years!








Happy Birthday to:
Week 04/25 - 05/01
Apr 25 - Isaiah Simmons, Kiana Wallace


Apr 26 - Taylor Cox, Donn Ramsey 
Apr 27 - Heather Alvis, Sharon Brown, Brittany Ferrell, Karen Nelson, Hailey Walker, Quavon Youngblood
Apr 28 - Ernst Blaise, Shannon Potts, Chad Trent, Juan Tyson
Apr 30 - Mersadies Morse, Shanice Stukes


May 1 - Quadier Mackey