Ovation Benefits just recently ran a program promoting punctuality called “On-Time”. They collected money from employees who were late for internal meetings at the company to help raise money during Foodshare’s annual Walk Against Hunger. If an employee was late for a meeting they voluntarily placed money into one of the collection buckets located in several conference rooms and encouraged their coworkers to do the same! This year the employees raised $167.40 and Ovation Benefits contributed to the pot as well and upped the amount to $400!!
The program coordinators were: Jeff Worley, Joanne DeSena, Eric Pomroy, Nicole Consiglio, Gabe Minnocci and Karen Burgess.