On Monday the Extended Family Care office in Pittsburgh held an Employee Appreciation Day in honor of their employees. The event included hot meals with dessert, a Target gift card raffle and the presentation of a gift to each employee. The celebration continued from 8:00am-4:00pm in order to accommodate each employee’s schedule.
“We hope to have these types of events on a regular basis”, said Seth A. Gehman, Administrator. “We like to let each employee know how much we appreciate everything they do for us”, he continued. In effort to further their gratitude, Extended Family Care has recently enhanced the benefit package offered to employees as an additional gesture of thankfulness.
In accordance with the Employee Philosophy Statement of Star Multi Care, the parent company, believing that “the employees are the cornerstone of the Company’s success” stems from the Owner and CEO, Stephen Sternbach. “Our employees are our most valuable resource”, he said. “Being a reputable home health care provider since 1938 shows our commitment to people”, he said. “We are not only committed to the patients we serve but to each employee”, Sternbach continued. “Our success has been rooted in the quality staff we employ so we want to do whatever it takes to keep them happy”, he concluded.
Extended Family Care and all other branches of the Star Multi Care family of companies continually strives to attract new talent. If you or someone you know is looking to work for a home health care company that truly values and appreciates their employees, visit them at www.extendedfamilycare.com or call 412-241-7292.
If you or an aging loved one are considering home care in Pittsburgh, PA, please call and talk to the caring staff at Extended Family Care of Pittsburgh at (412) 693-6009. We will answer all of your questions.
Laura has earned her MBA in Health Care Administration from Canisius College, a Bachelor of Science degree from the State University of New York at Buffalo and is currently a CPR/First Aid Instructor for the American Red Cross. Laura has sat on three Professional Advisory Committees throughout the community, has been on the Board of Directors for a non-profit nursing home, currently acts as an Advisory Board Member for the Allegheny County Respite Care Coalition, Gateway Health Plan, and the North Allegheny School District Elementary Advisory Council. She is also an active committee member of the Southwestern PA Partnership on Aging, Twilight Wish Foundation and Marshall Elementary Yearbook Committee.
Raising four active children with her husband Brian, she seems to spend more time on baseball and soccer fields than she does at home which helps her appreciate their family vacation time even more.
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