Fidelity On Call Receives 2020 Joint Commission Certification and Gold Seal

The Joint Commission 2020 certification and Gold Seal

Fidelity On Call is proud to announce that we have, once again, received our Joint Commission certification and Gold Seal. We first became accredited in 2008 when The Joint Commission opened up certification to staffing firms. When we started in 1994, we implemented a mission statement that simply affirmed that we would provide the best of care for those we serve. Although we have held fast to that mission, the Gold Seal says to our customers and team members that we do what we say. That’s Fidelity!

Fidelity On Call Pigskin Bowl

Contest update

The 1st place winner of the 75-inch flat screen smart TV was Mary R.

The 2nd place winner of the $250.00 basket was Lacey B.

Our quarterly winners of the Omaha Steak Packages were:

Mary R

Bronwyn W

Amanda T

Congratulations to our winners!

See Mary haul out her huge TV from our office!

The Pigskin Bowl Contest

Nothing can keep our elite team from flying high! We have been thrown so many bum passes during 2020, we are not letting anything stop us. Not even COVID-19. So as we look forward to the fall and football season, we are excited to announce our own Fidelity On Call Pigskin Bowl.

Fidelity On Call Pigskin Bowl pointingOur bowl game starts October 4, 2020 and will run to January 9, 2021.

During this time each player will receive points (yards) based on the following:

2 Yards For:

Each pay period time tickets are on time. And, if you are assigned through a
vendor management company, all documentation is properly completed.

5 Yards For:

1. File documentation that remains in compliance (per pay period) .
2. No call offs in pay period, even if excused .

10 Yards For:

1. Working overtime in a pay period (this does not include make-up hours that would appear to be overtime)
2. Working October 31
3. Working November 25, 27, 28 and/or 29 (10 points each)
4. Working December 24, 26 and/or 27 (10 points each)
5. Working December 31, January 2 and/or 3 (10 points each

20 Yards For:

1. Referral of new employee who works at least one shift during contest period
2. Working November 26
3. Working December 25
4. Working January 1
5. An “all exceeds” evaluation (we love these!)20 Yards For:

You will lose yardage and a penalty flag will be thrown for the following:

-5 Yards For:

1. An unreported (to the office and in advance) call off
2. Being out of compliance

You are ejected from the game for:

1. Receiving a valid customer complaint
2. Having an on-the-job accident

All participants have the ability to win. For every 50 yards earned, you will be entered into our drawing for a Football Basket valued at $250. The more yardage . . . the more entries and chances to win. Our MVP will be determined by the person with the most yardage at the end of the contest.

Fidelity On Call Pigskin Bowl winner gets a 75 inch flat screen smart tv

Bonus: Quarterly Yardage Prize!

A great competition can make you hungry! So, we decided to up the ante for the elite team member who gains the most yardage each quarter of our game. Our quarterly yardage winner will enjoy some great steaks or burgers. Gift basket contents include . . .

gskin Bowl Filet from Gift Basket4 (5 oz.) Butcher’s Cut Filet Mignons
4 Boneless Chicken Breasts (1 lb. pkg.)
4 (4 oz.) Boneless Pork Chops
4 (4 oz.) Omaha Steaks Burgers
4 (3 oz.) Gourmet Jumbo Franks
1 (12 oz. pkg.) All-Beef Meatballs
4 (3.81 oz.) Individual Scalloped Potatoes
4 (4 oz.) Caramel Apple Tartlets
1 (1 oz. jar) Signature Seasoning

Periods are:

October 4 – October 31 – announced on November 6.
November 1 – November 28 – announced on December 4.
November 29 – December 26 – announced on January 1, 2021.

Please note: It is the quarterly yardage that makes you the winner. That means that at the end of each quarter, all team members start with a clean slate and advance in yardage to become that quarterly winner.

Fidelity On Call Food Fight to End Hunger

From August 15 – October 2, we are kicking off FIDELITY ON CALL’S FOOD FIGHT. We are working to help end hunger and you, your family and friends can all be a part of this exciting mission.

Here's How

Contribute to:

– For Midwest Food Bank go to:

These donations are tax deductible. Midwest Food Bank supplies food pantries throughout the United States plus two international countries!

– For Pilgrim’s Progress Food Pantry go to:

These donations are tax deductible and benefit a food pantry located in Peoria where the poverty level is at 49%. It only
takes $2.90 to supply a meal to someone who is hungry – just shows how valuable every dollar is!

– For Pilgrim’s Progress Food Pantry go to: These donations are tax deductible and benefit a food pantry located in Peoria where the poverty level is at 49%. It only takes $2.90 to supply a meal to someone who is hungry – just shows how valuable every dollar is!

If you prefer to send a check,

If you prefer to send a check, make it to Pilgrim’s Progress or Midwest Food Bank and mail to Fidelity On Call at 9006 N. Industrial Road, Peoria, IL. 61615. We will record and send to the appropriate recipient.

It is that easy

Our winning team leader gets bragging rights, an interview, and video post on how they accomplished
their goal to help end hunger!

Start Fighting Now

Hunger Under COVID-19

“The demand is unprecedented and unlike any challenge we’ve faced in food bank history in the United States. We’ve really never seen the level of need that we’re seeing now and having seen it come about so quickly, it’s been a real shock.” Katie Fitzgerard, COO, Feeding America

“The folks we’re seeing now are new people. A little less than half of the people who came during the month of June were brand new people.” – Chistopher Robertson, Director of Market of Hope, Catholic Charities

Kellie Short Receives Certificate of Appreciation for Her COVID-19 Contribution

We were thrilled to receive the very unexpected recognition of Kellie Short for her COVID-19 contribution. Kellie is our Sr. Recruiting Specialist and the General Sales Manager for Fidelity On Call.

Here’s the information that was provided regarding this special recognition:

Kellie Short Certificate of Appreciation - 2

Ms. Kellie Short was nominated for a Certificate of Appreciation because she recognizes, honors, and complies with the Uniformed Services Employment and Reemployment Rights Act. She provides her managers and supervisors with the tools they need to effectively manage employees and the spouses of those who serve in the Guard and Reserve. She appreciates the values, leadership, and unique skills Service members and their spouses bring to the workforce and will encourage opportunities to hire Guardsmen, Reservists, Veterans and their spouses. She continually recognizes and supports our country’s Service members and their families, in peace, in crises, and in war.

An employee serving in the National Guard or Reserve, or the spouse of a Guard or Reserve member, may nominate individual supervisors and bosses for support provided directly to the nominating Service member and his or her family. The Certificate of Appreciation reflects the efforts made by individual employers and first line supervisors to support citizen warriors and their spouses through a wide-range of measures including flexible schedules, time off prior to and after deployment, caring for families, and granting leaves of absence to spouses, if needed.

The spouse of a Reservist or Guardsman may also nominate their boss for the Certificate of Appreciation. Though not required by law, many employers voluntarily assist Guard and Reserve spouses, who often share the challenges of military service. Some of the challenges facing the spouses of Service Members include increase in childcare services needed, managing the household, and managing work schedules which often have to be adjusted when one spouse leaves home to serve our country.

Very deserved, Kellie, thank you for making it happen!

Pat Drake Awarded Local NAWBO Lifetime Achievement Award

Pat Drake  advocates for women business owners through the National Association of Women Business Owners Central Illinois Chapter. She’s been a member since 1992 and has served as the Chapter’s President on two occasions.

On June 17, 2020, outgoing Chapter President Vickie Clark awarded Pat the Lifetime Achievement Award, who said,

“This award is given for a member’s continued support of NAWBO, a member who has spent 10 or more years involved in the success of the Chapter. This person lives and breathes NAWBO. She has held I believe every leadership position on our Board. She is outspoken, driven, strong…and yet has a heart of gold, a passion for helping others and for building diversity within our chapter. She understands how valuable NAWBO is and has a way of mentoring by example.

Pat Drake has received several awards from our group before, including Unsung Hero two times, Pioneer twice, and the Lifetime Achievement Award in 2008. Pat Drake is going off our Board this year, but I am comforted to know that doesn’t mean she won’t be involved. Pat is a relentless achiever and will continue to be involved by co-chairing Pathways.”

Pat receives the Lifetime Achievement Award
Pat Drake holds her Lifetime Achievement award and is joined by all the 2020 Central Illinois NAWBO award recipients.

In 2019, Pat was named a finalist for the 2019 Woman Business Owner of the Year Award, presented by the National Association of Women Business Owners.