Hartford HealthCare Independence at Home receives 2018 Best of Home Care–Employer of Choice Award

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GLASTONBURY – Hartford HealthCare Independence at Home recently announced that it has received the 2018 Best of Home Care – Employer of Choice Award from Home Care Pulse.

The Employer of Choice Award is granted only to the top-ranking home care providers, based on caregiver satisfaction scores gathered by Home Care Pulse, an independent satisfaction research firm for home care. Hartford HealthCare Independence at Home is now ranked among the best employers of in-home caregivers in the region.

“We congratulate Hartford HealthCare Independence at Home on earning the Best of Home Care – Employer of Choice Award,” says Aaron Marcum, CEO and founder of Home Care Pulse. “Since this award is based on employee feedback, it shows the dedication Hartford HealthCare Independence at Home has to providing their employees with a great working experience, while ensuring clients have well-trained, compassionate caregivers.”

Best of Home Care – Employer of Choice award-winning providers work with Home Care Pulse to gather feedback from their caregivers via live phone interviews each month. Because Home Care Pulse is an independent company, it is able to collect honest and unbiased feedback.

“The quality and compassionate care we provide in the home is directly related to the caliber of caregivers we have on our team. We thank them for their service and are glad to hear they feel very positive about the workplace experience and culture within Independence at Home.” said Michael Nappi, vice president, Community Network – Independence at Home.

“Our goal at Home Care Pulse is to empower home care businesses to provide the best home care possible,” says Aaron Marcum, CEO and founder of Home Care Pulse. “We are happy to recognize Hartford HealthCare Independence at Home as a Best of Home Care – Employer of Choice, and we celebrate their accomplishments in building a team of happy, qualified caregivers to care for their clients.”

To find out more about Hartford HealthCare Independence at Home’s commitment to excellence, click here or call 1.800.HOMECARE/1.800.466.3227.

 


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