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30th Jan

Few things can help an individual more than to place responsibility on him, and to let him know that you trust him.”  –Booker T. Washington 

RESPONSIBILITY is our value for the month of February. We place a huge amount of responsibility on our employees every day. Not only are you responsible for improving the lives of the residents in your care, but you are also responsible for maintaining great relationships among your facility staff members, residents & families, peers, supervisors, Physicians, and many others. You are also responsible for adhering to Medicare guidelines, FP policies and procedures, ethics/standards, therapy rules/regs, etc. You are responsible for so many duties each and every day. At FP, we feel strongly about recognizing our team members for taking on all of these responsibilities daily. We want you to know that we appreciate you and your loyalty.

We founded the Employee Recognition Committee last year and have received great ideas from your peers on ways to recognize you for your commitment. One of the suggestions was a Years of Service board in each department. During the month of February, we are challenging our teams to put together a board to recognize your team members for their years of service at FP. The board could be entitled “Meet Your Rehab Team” or “Our FP Family,” or any creative phrase that you like. The purpose of the board is to highlight our employee’s years of service, but also to showcase your team with a short blurb about them and photo. You may expense a board for this project through Office Max. Send in pics of your Years of Service board to socialmedia@fprehab.com and we will select a winning team to receive a $200 gift card to Target. Get creative with your boards! Your Clinical/Program Manager receives a spreadsheet monthly with employee hire dates, but if you need another report, please send an email to: apeek@fprehab.com

Angel Knorr

VP of Recruiting

 

 

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