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First National Bank makes meals, life easier for employees

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Long hours at work can leave little time to prepare dinner, so First National Bank delivers frozen, home-cooked meals right to their desks.

The Omaha, NE-based bank partners with Super Suppers, an assemble-your-own meals company that helps people make meals to be frozen for reheating later. First National Bank added an online ordering and delivery service.

“It’s for folks who are working hard and have a busy lifestyle,” says Mike Foutch, the company’s senior vice president of HR.

The 3,000 employees at the bank’s headquarters can select already-prepared dinners from a menu that changes monthly, and can order six or 12 meals and pay for them online. The average price for a package of six meals is $114, and the generous portions feed four to six people, says Kelly Parr, the bank’s wellness and work/life coordinator.

Employees pay for their food, so the benefit costs the bank nothing.

The bank also hosts a Make Your Life Easier fair every December. It features housecleaning, yard work and home repair services, among others. The fair also has a holiday shopping gallery offering jewelry, gift baskets, handmade toys and even golf equipment.

Contact: Mike Foutch,

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