Employees Celebrated During Recognition Week
June 20, 2014
Lebanon, NH –Employees at Alice Peck Day Health Systems (APD) will be thanked for their commitment to patients and residents with a week-long celebration from June 23-27, 2014.
Known as Recognition Week, this event celebrates the work of more than 575 employees at APD, including staff members with significant service anniversaries. Activities planned for Recognition Week include a barbeque for all staff, an ice cream day, brownie baking competition, and “dress” days when APD staff are encouraged to customize their professional attire to meet a specific theme (e.g., blue & white clothing for APD Day).
“This is a chance for us to thank employees for their dedication to our mission at APD,” said Brenda Blair, Vice President for Human Resources and Organizational Development. “It’s also a chance to recognize employees who have made a long-standing commitment to APD by celebrating their 5, 10, 15, 20, 25, 30, and 35-year work anniversaries.”
This year, APD will recognize more than 125 employees with five to thirty-five years of service. Each of these employees receives a special pin, and staff members with more than 10 years of experience will receive an additional gift.
“Every day, our employees work diligently to deliver the best possible care to patients and residents in the Upper Valley,” said President and CEO Susan E. Mooney, MD, MS, FACOG. “We are incredibly grateful for the commitment of our employees, and look forward to acknowledging their contributions with some fun activities next week.”