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24Sep2020
Orphaned Fawns Get New Lease on Life on Consumers Energy Land in Southeast Michigan
A first-time collaboration between Consumers Energy, the Michigan Department of Natural Resources and a certified wildlife rehabilitator will offer three orphaned whitetail deer fawns a chance to survive and thrive on Consumers Energy land in Southeast Michigan. "Consumers Energy is committed to the Triple Bottom Line of people, planet and prosperity. We are pleased to be able to provide a safe haven for wildlife and will continue to seek new opportunities to protect and preserve the environment of our great state," said Amy Walt, vice president of operations support for Consumers Energy. The three fawns were recently released on a parcel of Consumers Energy land in southeast Michigan. To protect their safety, the location isn't being disclosed but they were placed on a large section of land with little chance of human interaction to give them the best chance at survival through the hunting season and beyond. The fawns were taken in by the MDNR and Erin Stacks, a 17-year wildlife...
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17Sep2020
Consumers Energy Foundation Provides $250,000 to Support Job Readiness in Four Southwest Michigan Counties
Career Pathway Initiative Provides Opportunities for 650 Young Adults  The Consumers Energy Foundation today announced a $250,000 grant to Youth Opportunities Unlimited (YOU), expanding career readiness training and access to education and jobs for 650 teens and young adults across Southwest Michigan. "We're committed to building strong communities across Michigan, and that starts with ensuring our state's residents can prepare for their future careers," said Patti Poppe, president and CEO of Consumers Energy. "Youth Opportunities Unlimited has a record of helping young adults reconnect to education, find employment and thrive in their communities. We're thrilled our $250,000 grant can help them to develop and empower even more of Michigan's youth." Youth Opportunities Unlimited, a division of Kalamazoo Regional Educational Service Agency, will use the $250,000 to continue and expand its Career Pathway Initiative in Kalamazoo, Calhoun, Branch and St. Joseph counties. The nonprofit...
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10Sep2020
Deadly Virus Leads to Deep Reflection for Consumers Energy Employee, Urges Use of Masks
Six months after Michigan announced its first positive COVID-19 cases, Consumers Energy gas distribution employee Eric Florka feels fortunate today to have survived a threat to his life and provide an example of the need for people to protect themselves from the powerful disease. Florka contracted COVID-19 in April and spent 44 days in the hospital with a 105-degree temperature that ravaged his body to the point his limbs were incapacitated. He says his family was told death was near. "This virus is the real deal, I can't stress it enough," said Florka, who lost 40 pounds in two weeks. "Do what you can do to protect yourself and your loved ones from this deadly disease. Start by masking up. It's not really too much to do to protect yourself and those around you." Florka, a 21-year Consumers Energy employee, says he still experiences guilt about why his life was spared while over 180,000 people have died in the pandemic's wake. "It's something I think about all the time," he said...
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1Sep2020
Consumers Energy Recognized by Forbes Magazine as Best Employer for Women in Utility Sector
Announces New Parental Leave Policy for Employees Consumers Energy has been named the best employer for women in the utility sector and tied for third best employer in Michigan according to a new ranking from Forbes magazine of the best places in America for women to work. As a company committed to leading the way in Diversity, Equity and Inclusion in Michigan and the utility sector, Consumers Energy also announced a change to their parental leave policy, allowing birthing mothers six months (24 weeks) paid leave, and a four month (16 weeks) paid leave to a nonbirthing parent. The new leave time can be used for adoption and foster care placements and be taken over a 12-month period. The company is also extending 40 hours of paid medical leave to non-represented, exempt employees, an expansion of a state requirement. The new parental leave policy is included in the 2020 contract negotiated with the company's largest union, the Michigan State Utility Workers Council, which is subject to...
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