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How to Throw a Party

Posted by Blog Tipster on Tue, Dec 06, 2016 @ 11:33 AM

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The holiday season is in full swing and there’s no better time for a party.  eni’s Personal Assistants want to help you plan a holiday party for the history books.  It’s important to keep in mind that on average, about 70 percent of the invitees will attend. Therefore, it’s not a bad idea to invite a few more people than you can actually fit at your location.

Give your guests advanced notice.  Let them know the date of the party a few weeks prior so they can set that weekend aside. Then send a reminder as it gets closer to the party.  Mail, e-mail, phone and even social media invitations are acceptable for general parties and get-togethers.  If it is a more formal event, you may want to stick with sending invitations in the mail.

Pick a theme if you want one as theme parties have become more popular.  Decorations, food/drinks, and music can all fit into whatever theme you choose.  Here are just a few theme ideas:

  • Have an “ugly sweater party”. Invite all guests to wear their “ugliest” holiday themed sweater.  Place old family photos around your home from a time gone by when holiday sweaters were all the rage.  You can even have a contest and give a prize to the guest with the “ugliest” sweater.
  • Everyone has heard of “Christmas in July” parties, well this holiday season throw a “Summer in December” party. Decorate with a beach theme, complete with beach balls as party favors and play some relaxing reggae music in the background.  Use tropical fruit such as bananas, pineapples and coconuts as edible décor.  Brave the cold and grill up some summer favorites and serve punch and the tropical drink of your choice.  Invite your guests to dress “Island Casual”. 
  • Throw a New Year’s Eve Gala. Break out your classiest decorations and don’t forget the confetti.  Serve plenty of delicate hors d'oeuvres along with champagne and/or sparkling cider.  Invite your guests to dress in their favorite formalwear.  Finally, be sure to play music that people will want to dance to.

Start cleaning your house a few weeks before the party and as time gets closer, you can rearrange the furniture as needed, hang lights, decorate, etc.  Starting the process a few weeks earlier will give you time to run out to get things you may have forgotten you needed.

If you expect a large number of people or there’s a chance the party may be loud, be respectful and inform any neighbors that are close by.

Remove and hide anything of significant value so it is not out in the open and cannot be damaged or stolen.  You may also want to hide personal things, like medicine, in the bathroom cabinet, etc.

Don’t forget trash cans!  Have a place for garbage set up in a few different locations.  It will make the cleaning process easier for you if someone can easily access a trash can.  Check them periodically throughout the party and change the bags so they don’t overflow.

Finally, make sure there is plenty of seating for your guests and have fun!

eni’s EAP and work/life services are designed to help employees effectively balance the competing demands of work and life while achieving optimal levels of productivity.  Contact [email protected] for more information.

Tags: Personal Assistant, Virtual Concierge Service, work/life balance, EAP, party planning, event planning, holiday party planning

Keeping Your New Year’s Resolutions

Posted by Melissa Mayfield on Wed, Jan 14, 2015 @ 03:43 PM

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Each year we make resolutions to be better versions of ourselves in the New Year. According to one study (http://www.statisticbrain.com/new-years-resolution-statistics/), only 8% of us actually succeed in accomplishing those goals. So what can we do to ensure we are one of the elite 8%? Here are a few ways you can set yourself up for success:

  1. Don’t go overboard. Set one or two meaningful and achievable goals so you can focus all your efforts on the things you want most. Attempting an extreme makeover of sorts or setting a laundry list of goals to better yourself is nice in theory, but putting too much on your plate can make your goals seem daunting. If you feel like a deer in headlights just thinking about what you’re trying to accomplish it becomes easier to abandon your resolutions altogether.

     

  2. Make a plan. Come up with a series of smaller steps you will take to help you reach your goal. It’s easy to say you’re going to run a marathon in the New Year, but how are you going to get there? Unless you are superhuman and can roll out of bed one day and bang out 26.2 miles, you need to plan ahead for that. How often will you run, what weekly mileage will you aim for, how will you deal with the temptation of skipping your run on any given day? Identify smaller goals that will help you get to the “bigger picture”, think ahead about what obstacles may keep you from achieving those goals, and decide how you will handle them ahead of time.

     

  3. Track your progress and reward yourself for sticking with it. Check in with yourself every so often and see where you’re at with reaching your resolution. Maybe you want to quit smoking and 4 weeks in you’re still smoking but instead of 1 pack/day you’re down to 5 cigarettes a day. That IS progress and progress is better than nothing at all. Celebrate those small victories and allow them to remind yourself that not only CAN you do it, you ARE doing it! “Dead Last is greater than Did Not Finish which trumps Did Not Start” (unknown).

     

  4. Share, share, share! Tell your friends and family, post it on social media, tell your coworkers, and shout it from every roof top you can. Others will support and encourage you when you’ve stayed on track. On the flip side, no one likes to admit their weaknesses when a friend or family member asks about your progress and you have to tell them you’ve fallen short this time. Best case, you find someone who shares the same resolution and you help each other stay motivated.

     

  5. Use the technology available to you. There are a ton of trackers, apps, websites, facebook groups, etc you can use to help you achieve your goals.  You can use this technology to set and track your goals, get feedback and encouragement from others, or give yourself incentives to keep on track. Check out this article from Men’s Health on the best apps to help with your resolutions: http://www.menshealth.com/best-life/best-resolution-apps

Don’t be afraid of setting resolutions or of failure; keep your eyes on the prize and use these tools to help you achieve your goals! Good luck readers. 

eni’s Personal Assistant Service is designed to help employees effectively balance the competing demands of work and life while achieving optimal levels of productivity. This service allows your employees to delegate their personal tasks - so they can focus more attention on business. For more information contact eni today.

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Surviving Summer With Kids

Posted by Melissa Mayfield on Thu, May 15, 2014 @ 11:42 AM

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Summer is fast approaching and school will be over soon. That could mean bored children with too much free time on their hands. Luckily, eni’s Work/Life Experts have scoured the web to provide you with these tips and tricks to make summer more fun and less stressful!

Use a shoe caddy to make road trips and long drives easier.

Hang a shoe caddy over the back of the passenger seat. Stock it with toys, snacks, etc. This will allow your child to pick and choose the entertainment they want without distracting you from driving. It can also help keep your vehicle cleaner and more organized.

Make your own temporary safety tattoo for when you will be out and among large crowds.

You can make your own temporary tattoo by simply writing emergency information on your child’s arm or hand and then spraying it with liquid band aid. The liquid band aid will ensure the information remains visible even if it gets wet.   

Make summer snacks less messy with a cupcake wrap.

Warm weather means melting popsicles. Melting Popsicles mean sticky hands. Put a cupcake wrap at the bottom of the Popsicle, it will catch the drips and keep hands cleaner.

Bring baby outside with you while you work.

A simple fitted crib sheet over top of your playpen can protect your child from sunburn and insect bites while you enjoy the sunshine.

For older kids, make them work for their computer time.

Since they aren’t in school all day, you may as well put them to work! If you have a wireless internet connection, you can hold it hostage by updating the password daily. When they complete their chores they are rewarded with the current password.

Make Capri Sun slushies for hot days.

Throw them in the freezer for a few hours, when ready to eat cut off the top and you have a readymade slushie! They are fun, tasty, and portable.

 

Happy Summer!


Sources:

http://www.buzzfeed.com/peggy/hacks-that-will-make-a-parents-job-easier

http://redtri.com/bump-baby/life-hacks-for-new-parents/

http://justsomething.co/21-funny-life-hacks-to-make-parenting-easier/

http://news.distractify.com/fun/parenting-hacks-to-make-life-with-kids-easier/

Tags: Summer Activity Tips, summer activities, Keep Kids Busy During Summer, Personal Assistant, Virtual Concierge Service, employee engagement, work/life balance, employee productivity

Spring Break Travel Tips from eni’s Work/Life Experts

Posted by Melissa Mayfield on Wed, Feb 26, 2014 @ 03:46 PM

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With spring rapidly approaching, eni’s Work/life experts have provided a few travel tips to help you get the most out of your spring break!

Expect Large Crowds and Plan Ahead
Late March and early April are times when a lot of college students get time off for Spring Break. Therefore, you can expect travel to be crowded during that time. Get to the airport earlier than you normally would in anticipation of longer lines at check in and security. American Airlines suggest for Domestic flights and flights to Puerto Rico and US Virgin Islands to arrive a minimum of 90 minutes prior to check in, and two hours ahead for international flights (http://www.aa.com).

Pack Smart
Toiletries are often much more expensive at a resort or on a cruise ship than they are from your local drug store. Remember to bring your essentials - tooth brush, tooth paste, shampoos and conditioners (many hotels are no longer providing these items) etc. If you are going somewhere tropical, don’t forget the sunscreen and after sun lotion.

Fly Healthy
Blood clots become a risk on long flights, so be sure to stand up and stretch every so often to keep the blood flowing to your extremities. Remember that when you are flying you’re in a confined space with many other people and little air circulation. Reader’s Digest suggests taking Echinacea and Vitamin C starting three days before your trip to boost your immune system (http://www.rd.com); no one wants to be sick on vacation!

Know Your Budget and Stick To It
You’ve already shelled out big bucks to get to your destination and stay while you’re there, but don’t forget about the extras including food, souvenirs, airport parking if necessary, baggage fees, etc. Plan ahead what you are able to spend on these items and don’t go outside your budget. Visit your airport’s website for parking fees. Fare Compare has a great table of baggage fees for the different airlines: http://www.farecompare.com/about/worldwide-baggage-fee-chart/

eni’s work/life experts available to assist our members with all aspects of travel planning!

Tags: Vacation Planning, Spring Break, Travel Planning, Personal Assistant, Virtual Concierge Service

Black Friday Shopping Tips from eni's Work/Life Experts

Posted by Melissa Mayfield on Wed, Nov 20, 2013 @ 11:07 AM

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Be Prepared. Understand that there will be large crowds and long lines at most stores on Black Friday. Leave the kids at home or bring items (toys, snacks, etc) to keep them entertained. If you have other obligations that day, make sure you allot plenty of time for shopping so you are not left rushing late to an appointment.

Make a list and stick to it. Many deals, especially door busters and those with limited quantities are designed to get you in the store in hopes of selling you additional products. Knowing what you want to buy and sticking to it will keep you from overspending as well as wasting time browsing.

Download the right apps. Charge up your smartphone and keep it handy. Having the right shopping/black Friday apps will help you comparison shop, find deals, and keep track of your shopping lists. Some notable apps include: TGI Black Friday, RedLaser, ShopSavvy, Black Friday ads-Smart Aisles, and Black Friday by BradsDeals to name a few.

Ask for gift receipts. Gift receipts will allow the recipient to return the item if necessary. They will generally show the item description and store it was purchased without revealing the amount the giver spent. This is especially helpful if you are buying clothing and are unsure of what size and/or color the recipient wants. Without proof of purchase many stores will not allow returns.

Bring ads with you. This will alleviate any misunderstanding if you are asked to pay a different amount at the register. In addition, many stores (Wal-Mart, Best Buy, and ToysRUs to name a few) will offer a lowest price match guarantee; however you will be required to show proof of the competitor’s lower price.

Do your homework. Research deals on items you want to purchase ahead of time. This way you will know which stores you want to hit first to ensure you get the best prices. There are a few websites you can use to find Black Friday deals at major retailers including: www.theblackfriday.com   www.bfads.net/  www.blackfriday.gottadeal.com/  and www.blackfriday.com/

Stay home and shop online in your PJs. More and more stores/sites are offering deals online for Black Friday. Amazon has a “countdown to Black Friday” promotion; they are offering deals on certain items each day leading up to Black Friday as well (amazon.com/Black-Friday). With their super saver shipping many items qualify for free shipping, plus if you are an Amazon Prime member you can “get fast free two day shipping on over 15 million items”.

eni’s Work/Life experts are available throughout the season to help you with shopping, recipe or decorating tips, gift ideas and much more!

Tags: Virtual Concierge Service, work/life balance, Holidays, Black Friday, Holiday Shopping

eni’s Personal Assistants Ease Back to School Stress

Posted by Melissa Mayfield on Wed, Sep 25, 2013 @ 09:15 AM

It’s that time of year again readers - back to school! As any parent can tell you, getting your children ready for back to school can be a busy and stressful task, which is why eni’s Personal Assistants have put together some information to help make the process a little less hectic.

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The list of school supplies needed seems to be growing larger every year. Although these items are generally low in cost individually, they can add up to a rather large bill. Knowing where to find discounts and specials may help keep costs lower.

Retailmenot.com
This website allows you to search for coupon codes that can be used online for discounts on various items. Go to the site and type in school supplies into the search function. You will be provided with a list of current coupon codes various retailers and online stores are offering.

Staples
Staples is offering weekly discounts and coupons for different school supplies. Check their back to school website to find out what supplies are currently offered at discounted rates. They also offer a Back to School Savings Pass which you can purchase for $10 and receive a 15% discount in store on school supplies all year long.

211.org
This website and phone line are sponsored by the United Way. They can connect you with local resources for school supplies and other basic needs items. You can go to the website www.211.org and type in your zip code or just dial 2-1-1 from any phone within the area code you reside to be connected with community programs.

After School Activities and Childcare:

YMCA/YWCA
Your local YMCA/YWCA is an excellent resource for low cost childcare. Visit http://www.ymca.net/ and type your city/state or zip code into the “find your Y” search box to get information on your local Y programs.

Your Local Child Care Resource and Referral Agency
The Child Care Resource and Referral agency can assist you with locating care as well as applying for any financial assistance available in your area. This is a good resource if you are having trouble finding after school programs or care. You can visit their national site at: http://www.naccrra.org/ to locate the agency closest to you.

Your School’s Administration
Contact your child’s school office. Many schools have their own after school programs or have deals with local providers to bus students to certain programs. Contact the school to find out if they are aware of or participating in any programs.

We hope you have found this helpful and informative. We wish you and your children the best of luck throughout this school year!

eni’s Personal Assistants are available 24/7 to provide our members with support on a wide variety topic including back to school issues such as: assistance locating after school care, school supply items, discounts, charity programs.

Contact us today for more information:
1-800-364-4748

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Inexpensive Summer Activity Tips from eni’s Work/Life Experts

Posted by Melissa Mayfield on Wed, Jul 17, 2013 @ 02:35 PM

Everyone loves summer, but kids get bored very quickly. Therefore, eni’s work/life experts dug up more inexpensive and fun ways to entertain your children all summer long!  Parents can easily empty their wallets on pricey summer camps and attractions. Check out these cheap and free activities to keep your kids busy this summer!

Scavenger Hunts
You can do this indoors or out, with items you’ve hidden or send them to find things that are already there! Scavenger hunts make a great individual or group activity and it gets kids moving around and being active. Here is a great website with printable scavenger hunt lists already ready to go: http://www.mybookezz.org/outdoor-scavenger-hunt-list-for-kids-486/

Gardening:
Kids like to get dirty anyway, so why not make their time in the dirt a little more constructive? They can help mom and dad while learning about different plants and how they grow. For older children, have them start their own small garden and grow herbs and vegetables they like. Caring for their garden (watering, weeding, harvesting) will give them something ongoing to do and a sense of pride when they are able to eat what they’ve grown. Carrots, green beans, cucumbers, lettuce, and tomatoes are among some of the easiest and tastiest vegetables to grow!

Photography:
Digital cameras have come down in price significantly over the past few years and some are available at very reasonable prices. Even if you do not have one, a disposable camera would work just as well. Set your kids loose with their camera and let them snap pictures of whatever they want to. When the pictures come back, have them go online or to the library and identify any plant or animal life in the photographs.

Bowl for FREE
Enroll your child in the Kids Bowl Free program and get two free games of bowling every day for the duration of summer. Visit http://www.kidsbowlfree.com/  for details, registration, and a list of participating bowling alleys by city/state.

Go to a Museum
Bank of America cardholders can get free admission to participating museums on the first full weekend of every month. Only photo ID and your Bank of America or Merrill Lynch card are required to participate. Follow this link for a list of participating museums: http://museums.bankofamerica.com/pdf/MOU_Participant_Roster.pdf

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Read
Keep their brains stimulated even while they are out of school! Barnes and Noble has two programs to encourage kids to keep reading. With online story time you can browse available books by subject, age group, category, etc without leaving the house. If you prefer to read the old fashioned way, consider their summer reading to earn a free book. Read any 8 books from the Reading Journal and bring the completed journal to your local B&N to choose a free book from their selection at the store! You can find more information on these programs here:

http://www.barnesandnoble.com/u/summer-reading/379003570?cm_mmc=

http://www.barnesandnoble.com/u/online-storytime-books-toys/379003588

 

Use these activities to entertain your children and ease your summer stress!

Tags: summer activities, Personal Assistant, Virtual Concierge Service, work/life balance, raising children

Planning a Move? eni’s Personal Assistants Can Help!

Posted by Melissa Mayfield on Wed, Apr 17, 2013 @ 01:42 PM

The weather is getting warmer which means moving season is right around the corner! eni’s Personal Assistant’s have put together some must-know information for your relocation needs!

Local vs. Long Distance

It is important to know what type of move you’re making, so you know what to expect. A local move is generally within the same city or less than 50 miles. Long distance moves are greater than 50 miles or across state lines. Local moves are billed at an hourly rate and estimates can usually be provided over the phone with a detailed list of items to be moved and descriptions of the property (are there stairs, how many rooms, etc). Long distance or interstate moves are billed based on weight. Estimates for long distance moves are done with an in home estimate. These in home estimates are generally free and don’t require any commitment on your part to book with that particular mover.

Truck Rental

One way to save money on any type of move is to rent a truck and complete the move yourself. If your move is local (truck is picked up and dropped off at the same location), there are many companies that offer this service, including: Enterprise, U-Haul, Penske, Budget, etc. If your move is long distance you will need to do a one way rental (truck is picked up and dropped off in 2 different locations). There are two companies who provide one way truck rentals: U-Haul and Penske. Both U-Haul and Penske will provide no obligation quotes right on their websites. One difference to note is that U-Haul’s pricing includes a certain number of days and miles, if you go beyond the number of free miles offered you will be charged per mile after you exceed that free mile limit. Penske offers unlimited free mileage on most truck rentals.

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Packing

Some moving companies do offer packing services. They will usually charge an hourly labor rate as well as the price of materials. If you are looking to cut down on moving expenses, packing yourself is a good way to do that. Label all of your boxes; this will make it easier for you when it is time to unpack. It can also be helpful to the movers as they are unpacking at your new address (if boxes are labeled they can be brought to the correct room right from the truck.  This will save you some time and energy later). Do not count on the movers to be careful with your fragile things, pack them well enough that if they shift on the moving truck or are accidentally dropped these items will still be safe from damage. Keep essentials with you. Personal documents (IDs, social security cards, birth certificates, etc), sentimental items, a few pieces of clothing and toiletries you may need right away should be packed in the vehicle with you. This way, if the truck is delayed getting to your new address you will still have access to these necessities.  

Utilities

Plan ahead for service orders with utility providers. When disconnecting or connecting services, call ahead to find out when they have availability and if access to the home is needed. If you wait until you are already gone to stop your electric service and your meter is inside, you may be out of luck providing the serviceman access to stop your billing. Additionally, if you call well enough in advance and can schedule the orders on the date of your choosing you can save money by having utilities connected/disconnected as close to the move date as possible (you don’t want to pay for cable/electric/water/telephone if you are not even living at the address anymore!). On the flip side, you do not want to show up for your first night in your new residence only to find you have no electricity or running water.

Take the Opportunity to Clean House

We all have items tucked away in places that we forgot even existed! Moving is a great opportunity to create some extra space and unburden yourself of items you no longer need. During the packing process make three piles: keep, donate, and trash. Pack what you want to keep, donate things you no longer use, and throw away everything else! It will save you time, energy, and money not to have to move and unpack those items.

Be Flexible With Your Move Dates

Housing leases generally begin/expire at the beginning or end of the month; therefore moving companies are more in demand during those peak times. If you are using a moving company and can be flexible about scheduling the move, you may be able to get a lower rate on services if it is a slow time for the mover.

Be Honest About What You Have

Whether you are moving locally or long distance, it is important to let the movers know all of the items that will need to be relocated. An accurate and detailed item list will ensure that no unforeseen expenses pop up in the middle of your move.

Vet Your Moving Company

Before you decide on a moving company, do a little research. Obtain more than one estimate, but do no base your decision on price alone. Look at the company’s ratings on Better Business Bureau website. If a company is “BBB Accredited” it means they have agreed to make a good faith effort to resolve customer complaints through the BBB. You can read the complaint history and the steps the company took to resolve the issue. A few other good sites for user reviews are www.yelp.com and www.moverreviews.com. Ask friends and family who have relocated what company they used and what they thought of their experience. Use your own judgment as well. For example, if you call to get information from some place and the person on the other line is just trying to get you off the phone as quickly as possible, they may not be committed to providing you a quality service.

As always, eni’s Personal Assistants are available to help our members in order to help them better balance work and life. Contact us to learn more!

Tags: Moving, Personal Assistant, Virtual Concierge Service, virtual resources, work/life balance

Helpful Online Resources Courtesy of eni’s Work/Life Experts

Posted by Melissa Mayfield on Wed, Jan 30, 2013 @ 01:58 PM

C  Users melissa m Pictures http website internet resized 600The internet is full of useful information available right at your fingertips! But let's face it; the web is also cluttered with useless junk. When you type your inquiry into Google, you expect quick, accurate results. No one wants to weed through pages and pages of sites that will not have the information you're looking for. That's why eni’s Personal Assistants have done the work for you and put together a list of useful sites to help you find the information you seek faster and achieve better work/life balance.

www.fpanet.org Through this site you can search for financial planners in your area, learn about their certifications and determine which planner best suits your specific needs. This site also has resources for all things financial, including retirement planning, divorce, buying a home, filing for bankruptcy, etc.

www.211.org This site is run by the United Way to connect people with programs that will help them with basic needs. It is a virtual library of community resources, specified to your area by zip code. You can also dial 2-1-1 from almost any area and receive assistance by phone.

www.naccrra.org  This site enables you to learn about different types of childcare providers, search for licensed caregivers and even help you find your local childcare resource and referral agency for expert advice.

www.kayak.com   With all of the bells and whistles, this site is easily one of the best travel resources out there. Features like the flexible date option, advanced flight search criteria, and its ability to compare prices make this site one of our top picks.

www.yelp.com  Through Yelp you can access reviews of businesses, products and services by consumers who actually use them.

www.benefits.gov  This site allows you to enter your information to see what government benefits may be available to you.

www.collegeboard.org  This site contains extensive resources, tools and information for parents and students planning for higher education. You can even search colleges based on specific criteria.

www.aplaceformom.com These senior care experts are available anytime to advise you on senior housing and long term care options. However to utilize the search feature you must put in your personal information and they will contact you.

www.care.com  You must pay a small membership fee to use this site. After you have become a member, you can find senior caregivers, babysitters, pet sitters, and much more. Post a caregiver position, search through profiles of possible candidates, access background checks and references and communicate safely via their website.

www.travelinformation.aaa.com/internet-triptik.htm  Plan your road trip with AAA's extensive travel planner. You can get driving directions, maps, plan your stops, locate lodging along the way and much more.

eni’s Personal Assistants are available to help your employees balance the competing demands of work and life. Contact us today for more information.

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What’s New at eni

Posted by Melissa Mayfield on Wed, Dec 12, 2012 @ 03:35 PM

Here at eni, we are excited to announce the launch of our new corporate website, the release of our highly anticipated Gift Guide, and that the final chapter of our exclusive Benefit Integration eBook will be available soon!

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Check it out today:

www.eniweb.com

With our Holiday Gift Guide there’s still time to find that perfect gift for everyone on your list!

The holidays are fast approaching and your time and money are more valuable than ever! Spend less time brainstorming, searching for and buying the perfect gifts for everyone on your list by downloading eni’s free Holiday Gift Guide.

The work/life experts of eni’s virtual concierge service have created this helpful guide that highlights top gift ideas for:

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  • Kids

  • Teenagers

  • Men

  • Women

  • Pets 

eni’s Holiday Gift Guide also includes links and helpful information on pricing and where to find or order items in high demand.  Click below to download your free copy:

Holiday Gift Guide 

Finally, we are pleased to announce that the final chapter of our Benefit Integration eBook will be released soon!  Chapter 3 of the eBook will introduce an innovative integrated benefits model and focus on:

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  • How benefit integration will maximize ROI on all benefits

  • The elements of a integrated benefits model

  • Designing a customized integration strategy that works for you

In the meantime, catch up on Chapters 1 and 2 of our exclusive eBook

Benefit Integration eBook

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