We have been dedicated to our associates in every way that we possibly could during the pandemic to ensure that they feel appreciated and recognized. Here are a few of the ways that we have put in the effort to show our support and appreciation to our healthcare heroes.
In today’s healthcare industry, it is paramount to make sure that all of our staff is offered a variety of training and development opportunities to ensure the optimal care is provided across our continuum of care. At our company, we are proud to offer a variety of programs for our staff to help foster professional development. Here are some of the ways that we do that.
Now more than ever, healthcare workers of all varieties are getting in touch with the very core of why they wanted to pursue a career in caring for others. In senior living especially, when working with the population most in need of assistance, it is important to discuss the benefits that caring for others can have on your mind, body and soul.
Today’s healthcare workers are struggling. It is inarguably one of the most difficult times to be in the field right now. The one thing that remains consistently clear, though, is that they are passionate about what they do.
As a company, we understand the importance of making sure associates feel heard and appreciated all year long. However, especially during these trying times, we have found it even more obvious that our staff are our most valuable resource.
In any field, having a good relationship with your coworkers is important to your success and the company’s success. However, especially in senior care, it becomes less of a virtue and more of a necessity.
Edison, NJ (February 5, 2020) – Spring Hills Senior Communities is proud to welcome Joseph R. Laudisio as the new Senior Vice President of Strategic Development. Joe brings over 25 years of proven ability to analyze an organization’s needs and opportunities within the Healthcare industry. He is joining Spring Hills
Today’s employee wants to take charge of their own career. A good way to keep workers engaged at their current role is to offer self-evaluation opportunities for their annual or bi-annual reviews. This allows them to take control of the conversation and creates a more open discussion, as opposed to a one-sided one.