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Weekly Wednesday 06/13 - 06/19

🚨Updated COVID Guidelines for Field-Level Employees🚨
Team: We created this memo to provide updates regarding how COVID-19 affects our workplace with so many changes happening. The attached memo outlines the new COVID guidelines, which are effective immediately.
It is important that you familiarize yourself with the updated COVID guidelines by reviewing the memo. Once you’ve reviewed the memo, please contact our HR department if you have any questions or concerns.
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Employee Spotlight of The Week!



Shout Out of the Week:

Cassidy Griggs


"Cassidy has really stepped up to the plate. I had a lot of confidence in her and she has proven that she is the leader who I thought she was going to be. She is giving 110% every night even though she does not feel 100%. I just wanted you to know what you have in her. Thank you for keeping her here with my project."
- Jo Adams, Walmart Planning Team, Hot Springs AR


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What to Do After a Car Accident
Courtesy of Read the original article here.


When you get into a car accident, there are certain steps you may want to take in order to help make sure everyone is safe, to follow the law, and to get the insurance claim process started.


According to the Insurance Information Institute (III), the following steps may help guide you through important decisions you need to make if you've been in a car accident, whether you were at fault for the accident or not.
If you're injured, call 911 or ask someone else to do so. If you're seriously injured, try not to move, and wait for emergency personnel.


If you're not too hurt to move, check on the other passengers in your car. If anyone's injured, get on the phone with emergency services or ask a bystander to call for help.


If you're able to, move to the side of the road or a sidewalk. If your car is safe to drive and is causing a hazard where it is, pull it to the side of the road. Otherwise, leave it where it is and get yourself to safety.


4. CALL 911
Whether an accident is considered a minor fender-bender a major collision, calling the police is important — and in some states, it's legally required. The responding officers will fill out an accident report and document the scene. If the police can't come to the scene of the accident, you can go to the nearest police station and complete a report yourself, according to the III. When you file a claim with your insurer, they may ask for a copy of the police report to help with the claims process.


Turn off your engine, turn on your hazard lights and use the road flares in your emergency car kit to warn other vehicles to slow down.


After making sure you and any passengers are uninjured, exchange contact and insurance information with the other driver. According to the III, here's the most important information drivers should exchange after an accident:


      - Full name and contact information
      - Insurance company and policy number
      - Driver's license and license plate number
      - Type, color, and model of vehicle
      - Location of accident


The III recommends that you avoid discussing fault when going over the facts with the other driver. When you file an insurance claim, the adjuster reviewing your claim will determine who's at fault based on an inspection of the vehicles/property damaged, information provided by you and the other parties involved in the accident, and any supporting documentation, like the police report or photographs from the scene.


In order to help protect yourself, the III recommends taking the following steps:
- Identify the officers.
Once the police arrive, get the name and badge number of all responding officers.
- Get a copy.
Ask the police officers present where you can obtain a copy of the accident report. Your insurer may ask for a copy of the report when you file a car insurance claim.
- Take pictures.
Document the accident thoroughly by taking pictures of your vehicle from different angles, showing the damage done to both cars. It might also be a good idea to take pictures of the other car's license plate. You may be able to share photos with your insurer during the claims process to help support your claim.


- Take down names.
Write down the names and addresses of all parties involved, including any passengers in the other vehicle.


- Talk to witnesses.
If there were any witnesses to the accident, take down their names and their contact information, as well.
To help keep all of this documentation in order, you can keep this accident information page in your vehicle.


You may want to call your insurance agent while you're at the scene. That way, they can tell you exactly what they will need to in order to process your claim and what to expect during the claims process.


An accident can leave even the most seasoned driver frazzled, but following these steps may help protect you from unnecessary worries. That way, you can focus on working with your insurance company to get your vehicle repaired as smoothly and as quickly as possible.


Did you miss Leadership Live this morning? 

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This month, we learned about how to safeguard your social media posts without divulging private information that scammers can use to steal your identity.


The final Leadership Live of Quarter 2 was today. If you need to catch up (and want to earn a pin!), watch the first two sessions below!


As a reminder, if you did not attend the live webinars, please answer the three questions at the end of each video. After completing the questions, email your answers to to receive credit!


April Session - Personal Finance: Budgeting, Saving, Investing, and Credit Repair

May Session - Wellness: Nutrition, Self-Care, Mental Health, Overcoming Burnout, and More


Happy Workiversary to:
Week 06/13 - 06/19
1 year – Shana Burns


Happy Birthday to:
Week 06/13 - 06/19
06/13 – Daniel Ahles, KamRon Belcher, Lucas Gray, DeAndre Jones, Doral Means
06/15 – George Fallah, Eric Mitchell
06/16 – Osman Bangura, Kamesha Crocker, Scot Fierro, Gary Miller, Everett Turner
06/18 – Andres Caballerso-Rosado, Kalvon Harris, Demetrius Horton, Courtney Messam
06/19 – Colton Alex, Matthew Epps, Keeana Fowler, Daniel Volmer