Archive | 2004

DMS recognized as “Employer of the Year” for 2004

The Employers Association of the Northeast (“EANE”) has recognized DMS for “Outstanding Employer- Employee Relations Initiatives”. EANE’s award criteria was based on programs implemented within an organization that foster and encourage a positive and challenging working environment. DMS achieved this recognition among all for-profit member companies of EANE with over 100 employees.

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DMS recognized as “Super 60” award winner

For the fourth consecutive year, DMS has been recognized by the Affiliated Chambers of Commerce of Greater Springfield as a “Super 60” award winner for the year 2004. DMS was recognized in the Total Revenue category. The “Super 60” award program is open to privately held companies based in Hampden and Hampshire counties that have […]

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DMS affiliates present at National Workers’ Compensation and Occupational Medicine Seminar

Lisa D. Piechowski, PhD, Lee Tonet, MS, RN, CRC, and Charles D. Del Tatto, PT, were speakers at the Twenty-Fourth Annual National Worker’s Compensation and Occupational Medicine Seminar held in Hyannis, MA. Their presentation “Work and Well-being: Putting the Pieces Back Together”, focused on the value of early identification of the injured or ill person’s […]

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DMS represented at Society of Actuaries’ 2004 Spring Meeting

Paul Ziobrowski, Vice President and Chief Actuary, along with two other members on the Society of Actuaries’ Individual Disability Experience Committee, presented results from their recently completed claim incidence and claim termination studies. These studies were based on the combined results of twelve major Disability Insurance carriers, covering the periods of 1990-1999. The goal of […]

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