Sheetz gives $3 an hour raise
Sheetz has announced it will pay its store employees an additional $3 per hour from March 13 to April 23 in an effort to continue to support its frontline employees who are working tirelessly through the COVID-19 crisis.
“Our employees are the heart and soul of Sheetz and their commitment to serve our customers and communities as an essential business during this critical time has been nothing short of extraordinary,” said Travis Sheetz, president & COO of Sheetz Inc. “This special compensation is just one way to express our gratitude during this difficult time.”
F.N.B. announces support
F.N.B. Corp., the parent company of First National Bank, has announced additional measures to further support customers who are experiencing financial hardships as a result of the COVID-19 coronavirus.
Individuals and businesses facing financial difficulties related to COVID-19 are encouraged to contact their local banker or the FNB Customer Service Center at 800-555-5455 to discuss their circumstances and potential solutions available to them.
FNB is offering several programs to support customers who are directly impacted. All programs are subject to bank approval, are effective immediately and will continue through April 17 subject to extension or reevaluation at that time.
Alexander receives awards
Alexander Building Construction Co., part of the Butz Family of Companies, recently received a PAK Award.
PAK is a combination of the Pennsylvania Builders Exchange, American Subcontractors Association of Central Pa., and the Keystone Contractors Association.
Pak Awards recognize individuals and companies in central Pennsylvania commercial construction. Projects of the Year awards were given in three categories: less than $5 million, $5 million-$25 million and more than $25 million.
Alexander received the award in the $5 million-$25 million category for the Mount Nittany Medical Center Cardiovascular Pavilion project in State College. The Pavilion was a 26,000 square feet overbuild addition above the fully-occupied Emergency Department. Lean construction techniques and technology were used throughout the project to maximize communication and collaboration.
CNB Bank makes changes
CNB Bank has reduced lobby hours to 9 a.m. to noon Monday through Saturday, or by appointment as needed, with the exception of Philipsburg Presquisle Street, Bradford East and Fox Township offices, which will be closed temporarily.
In these communities, CNB offers in-branch service at the Philipsburg Plaza, Bradford Main and St. Marys Washington Street offices.
In Clearfield, the bank’s main office will be drive-up only.