Support conservation and fish with NEW Florida specialty license plate Community Health Centers receives national recognition | Fix Healthcare Technology, LLC The Anatomy of Fear March 21, 2019 at 11:10 am LEAVE A REPLY Cancel reply Share on Facebook Tweet on Twitter Please enter your comment! […] Original article can be found at: https://theapopkavoice.com […] Free webinar for job seekers on best interview answers, hosted by Goodwill June 11 1 COMMENT TAGSCommunity Health Centers Previous articleCelebrate a special Valentine’s Day at the CourthouseNext articleThis trait could be key to a lasting romance Denise Connell RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR From Community Health CentersCentral Florida based Community Health Centers was, recently, announced as a Best and the Brightest Company to Work For by the National Association for Business Resources (NABR). This program awards companies that excel at employee relations, use innovation to motivate employees, implement creative compensation programs and more will be recognized by NABR at the National Best and Brightest Summit – Illuminate 2019 symposium and awards gala on September 15-17, in Chicago, Illinois.The 2018 national winning companies were assessed by an independent research firm which reviewed a number of key measures relative to other nationally recognized winners. The Best and Brightest Companies to Work for Winners are not ranked. The Best and Brightest Program honored 512 national winning organizations from across the country out of 2,400 nominations. With over 20 years of experience conducting the Best and Brightest competitions, NABR has identified numerous best Human Resource practices and provided benchmarking for companies that continue to be leaders in employment standards.“Profitability and stability is essential for businesses in today’s economic climate. Companies that recognize that their employees are the key to their success achieve staying power. Our 2018 winners create their human resource standards to ensure employee satisfaction and they set standards for every business to aspire toward,” said Jennifer Kluge, President, and CEO, NABR.“Each year, Community Health Centers looks for ways to improve the workplace environment for team members and employee benefits to create a successful and prosperous place where people love to come to work. Meeting the needs of our employees and engaging them is critical to ensuring that we provide the best care possible to the patients we serve. We feel that our great benefits package including zero or low medical co-payments along with our prescriptions, vision, subsidized dental coverage, short and long-term disability, bi-weekly retirement contributions and a generous PTO & holiday program contributed towards us being selected.,” states Margaret Brennan, President/CEO of Community Health Centers.About Community Health Centers, Inc. Community Health Centers, Inc. (CHC), a Federally Qualified Health Center, provides quality and compassionate primary healthcare services to insured, uninsured, underinsured, and underserved children and adults within Central Florida. With 500 team members, CHC provides care to more than 68,000 patients each year in the Apopka, Bithlo, Clermont, Forest City, Groveland, Lake Ellenor, Leesburg, Meadow Woods, Pine Hills, Tavares and Winter Garden communities. www.chcfl.org Reply Please enter your name here You have entered an incorrect email address! Please enter your email address here Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.
Halle Shoults of Oxford, IndianaIndianapolis, in. — Miss Indiana State Fair 2019 Halle Shoults of Oxford, Indiana, is a sophomore at Purdue University majoring in Speech Language & Hearing Sciences, with a minor in Critical Disabilities. She is an active member of Ann Tweedale Cooperative at Purdue University, Gear Up! Benton County (event founder & coordinator), 4-H, and Purdue Lilly Scholars Network. Halle enjoys a variety of activities such as attending Purdue sporting events, coaching young showman in showmanship and horsemanship at the state and local 4-H Horse & Pony Club levels, and totally embraces being Flawesome! She looks forward to a career in a hospital or rehabilitation facility specializing in pediatric trauma patients and children with disabilities.The Indiana State Fair Queen plays a key role in promoting the Indiana State Fair by traveling nearly 6,500 miles during June and July to approximately 45 counties in preparation for the Indiana State Fair, August 2-18, 2019.Click Here to request the Indiana State Fair Queen to make an appearance at your event!Top Contestants1st Runner-Up: Miss Boone County2nd Runner-Up: Miss Elkhart County3rd Runner-Up: Miss Warrick County4th Runner-Up: Miss Scott County Raegan Bowling, Miss Putnam CountyJanelle Mitzner, Miss LaPorte CountyLauren Ziliak, Miss Vanderburgh CountySylvia Harris, Miss Tipton CountyEmily Kilmer, Miss Jasper CountyMiss Congeniality: Emily Scott, Miss Gibson County