Haven Home Health and Therapy was created to deliver exceptional home-based care services to help seniors age in place with as little acute facility intervention as possible. Creating a rewarding and satisfying employee experience helps sustain that mission.
At Haven Home Health and Therapy, core values are the lifeblood of company culture.
1. trust, honesty, loyalty;
2. work hard and be nice to people;
3. forward focused and working in the same direction;
4. accountable and committed; and
5. above and beyond service.
“We have found that it is imperative to find like-minded people who share our core values,” said Tim Floyd. “There is a common thread in our work ethic, our unwavering commitment to providing great care and our dedication to one another as one unified team.”
Haven has a long history of supporting St. Jude’s Children’s Research Hospital and supports the Convoy of Hope Hands of Hope events as ways to give back to those facing crises, while also promoting team building and team health.
Why Join the Team?
Health care workers were in high demand even before the COVID-19 pandemic, so Haven is always looking to differentiate itself from other agencies in the area. While competitive pay and generous benefits are important factors, Floyd said there is a focus on making the day-to-day experience of working for Haven a rewarding one.
“People need to know that they matter, that they have an impact in and outside of this company,” he said. “We truly feel that the majority of people are seeking success and stability in their lives, so we strive to provide the environment, the tools and the opportunities to help them achieve that success.”
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