register today: norton healthcare’s journey to a culture of recognition
By ana bentz
Appreciation | March 15, 2017
1,837 licensed beds, 7 outpatient centers, 13 immediate care centers, well over 13,000 employees with 750 employed medical providers, and many more on staff. Norton Healthcare is the 3rd largest private employer in their region.
As a not-for-profit organization, their greatest reward is the health of their community. They use internal recognition to inspire and energize employees daily to provide, as well as live, the Norton experience. Every part of Norton Healthcare’s culture is a reflection of their employees. How does a company this size maintain and inspire meaningful recognition for every employee across their organization?
To begin their recognition journey, Norton Healthcare had to know where they were and where they wanted to be. They considered the experienced growth and what they foresaw coming. They knew they needed consistency among all locations. Employee Satisfaction was moving to Employee Engagement and leadership felt they were not getting a return on investment in those disparate programs. They launched a program that was meaningful and impactful to all employees in their organization.
Join Jason Coffey, Employee & Patient Experience Director, and Angela Jette, Employee Experience Program Coordinator, from Norton Healthcare as they share best practices for incorporating and maintaining recognition while tying it all back to their culture.
This HRCI credited webinar will be held on Wednesday, March 22nd, at 2:00 pm EST. Make sure to stick around afterward for a quick Q&A with Jason and Angela at the end. Register now!