SWLA Alliance Offers a Workplace Redoux
The Chamber SWLA / SWLA Economic Development Alliance wants to help its members and other businesses within Southwest Louisiana reshape and refresh how they do business.
This year, the Alliance is rolling out the Workplace Redoux! Does your office need a new look, a chance to destress, and/or the expertise to revamp their workplace policies?
Businesses can log into www.allianceswla.org/Redoux to lock in their chance to have three regional experts in different fields come to their offices and advise them on their office space, office morale, and office policies as well as $1000 to help them make it happen! It’s a workplace makeover raffle!
Tickets are $150 and only 250 will be sold. Chances are limited to business of 20 or less full-time employees, or departments within larger companies/organizations.
Regional experts that have signed on for the 2021 program:
- Keri Forbess-McCorquodale of Solution EAP is a Licensed Professional Counselor and Certified Employee Assistance Professional. She provides for the wellness needs for numerous companies in Southwest Louisiana.
- Myriam Hutchinson, ASID, of Myriam Hutchinson Interior Design provides her commercial and residential clients with functional, affordable, and stylish interior design. Previous projects include the renovations of the Rosa Hart Theater, the West Calcasieu Event Center, Kyoto Japanese Steak House, and the Lake Charles Regional Airport Terminal Building.
- Ross Raley of the Stockwell, Sievert Law Firm is an expert on labor and employment law. He serves as Legal Counsel for the Chamber SWLA, and has often lent his experience and time sharing information on business law and human resources.
This year’s winner will be drawn and announced at the Annual Banquet on January 13, 2022. All consulting must be coordinated within the first 6 months of 2022.
Funds from this raffle will benefit the SWLA Alliance Foundation which over the past few years have managed a business recovery center after Hurricanes Laura and Delta and the May 2021 flood. The Foundation also gave out over $400,000 in grants to small, locally owned businesses that were in desperate need.