In a ribbon cutting ceremony, The Employee Ownership Network (EON) presented a beautifully remodeled space and new staff. EON CEO Ric Nelson says in the seven years he has been with the company they have increased demand and increased care needs for their clients. They have almost doubled their companies profit profile and continue to reinvest in the communities that they serve. The building had not been updated in a long time and the remodel now better suits their needs. EON currently has group homes and other community resident programs in New Ulm, Bemidji and Mankato. They currently have staff of more than 300 and do training to fit the needs of the clients. EON is an employee owned company. The company model is an ESOP, the longer and more time individuals invest with the company the longer term benefit the employees will have. Being an ESOP also means that the employees care about the company, their clients and the communities they serve. There are hiring needs at EON and they can be viewed at www.theeon.com/careers. Congratulations on the remodel EON, it looks wonderful.
Photo Caption: Tyler Berg –EON Director of Operations/Lakeland Group; Brandy Schwartz ,EON Director of Human Resources; Patti Schaper – EON Health Services Manager/RN; Ric Nelson – President and CEO EON; Sara Duck–Asst. Director for Visiting Angels Home care and Randy Schroeder, Vice President of Commercial/Ag Lending for Frandsen Bank.