Marcus V. Brown, executive vice president and general counsel at
Entergy, will assume additional responsibility for federal policy,
regulatory and governmental affairs, and corporate communications.
According to company officials, the move will allow for better
coordinated action planning and decision-making related to the company’s
stakeholder engagement efforts in support of its key initiatives.
Roderick West, executive vice president and chief administrative officer
at Entergy has been given a new opportunity in his current role. While
retaining his current title, he will now work directly with Theodore H.
Bunting, Jr., group president, utility operations, who recently
announced his plans to retire in the second quarter of 2017.
A happy employee is a happy company. According to a study by economists
at the University of Warwick, happiness in the workplace resulted in a
12 percent increase in productivity. Unhappy workers were 10 percent
April is National Minority Health Month, and this year the focus is “Accelerating Health Equity for the Nation.” National
Minority Health Month was actually launched more than 100 years ago as
National Negro Health Week, when back in April 1915, Dr. Booker T.
Washington sent a letter to Black newspapers suggesting the "National
Negro Health Week." Here, Shelia Thorne tells us why it's still necessary.