Refresh Day and MLK Day

Monday, July 6, 2020
Steve Malnight, DLC's CEO announced that the company would give all of the employees what they are calling a "refresh day"(a day off work) on July 2nd for all of their hard work and dedication during the COVID-19.
 
Steve also announced that starting next year, 2021 Martin Luther King Day would be a company holiday for all employees.
 
I want to thank Steve for what I think he is trying to do at DLC, I believe he is trying to change the culture and make it a place where people want to come to work. Change doesn't happen over night and he can't do it by himself, but I think some of the new members of his team (David Johnson & Kevin Walker) will help him with changing the culture. I think we owe it to ourselves to have an open mind, stay positive and help them make it a place that you want to work at.
 
The contract that was Ratified in October is in the process of being reviewed and should be going to the printer soon, sorry for the delay but everything has been moving slower due to the COVID-19 but we are working to have it completed as soon as we can....thank you for your patience.

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