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We have found the administrative referral process very valuable for both employees and supervisors. When working through an administrative referral ESI staff is responsive, supportive, knowledgeable and keeps the HR staff informed throughout the process.”
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Thank you for always being there when we have questions or need support. We look very forward to continuing our relationship with ESI!”