REI Co-op makes Fortune 100 Best Companies to Work For list for 21st consecutive year
15 02 2018
SEATTLE, Feb. 15, 2018 -- For the 21st consecutive year, REI was recognized as one of the nation's top employers, ranking 43 on Fortune's "100 Best Companies to Work For" list. The honor celebrates the co-op's more than 12,000 employees that work every day to connect REI members and customers with life outdoors.
Placement on the list is based on survey responses from a sampling of employees asked to rate their workplace culture. Final ranking is determined by more than 50 elements of the workplace, including trust in managers, compensation and camaraderie.
"It's an incredible honor, in our 80th year as a co-op, that our employees feel so strongly about the work we do," said Raquel Karls, REI senior vice president of human resources. "REI's culture is built around the idea that a life outdoors is a life well lived, and our teams bring that to life every day for our millions of members in the communities across the country."
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Dr. Mary Gingrass from the Plastic Surgery Center of Nashville Details Implant Removal and Replacement with eHealth Radio Network
15 02 2018
Nashville, TN -- 02/15/2018 -- Dr. Gingrass, a board-certified plastic surgeon at the Plastic Surgery Center of Nashville recently discussed implant removal and replacement with eHealth Radio Network, detailing common breast implant complaints and causes for removal.About Implant Removal and ReplacementTo begin the conversation, Dr. Gingrass revealed as to why, in her experience, women choose to have their breast implants removed. Specifically, she noted that most women who inquire about breast implant removal are often the same women who had pursued breast implants before giving birth and/or going through menopause – two changes that can cause havoc on the female body. Further, the implants no longer fit with who they are, at this present time in their lives, leading to the desire for removal. Simply put, some patients no longer want their implants.Dr. Gingrass went on to mention that, though it is not common for women to have their breast implants removed due to complications, this...