2015 Frontline Health Care Worker Champions Recognition Program
CareerSTAT is currently accepting nominations for the 2015 CareerSTAT Frontline Health Care Worker Champions recognition program. This annual program recognizes health care employers that provide substantial skill and career development opportunities for their frontline staff.
In 2013, CareerSTAT launched an annual national recognition program to recognize the efforts of health care employers demonstrating a strong commitment to investing in frontline workers. Please read the profiles of the 2014 Frontline Health Care Worker Champions.
Recognition will be given in two categories:
- Frontline Health Care Worker Champions: The top award from CareerSTAT recognizes national leaders investing in the skill and career development of employees. These organizations meet all of CareerSTAT's recognition criteria, including making skill and career development accessible to employees, offering programs at a significant scale, measuring program business impact, and building sustainable programs.
- Emerging Frontline Health Care Worker Champions: This award recognizes employers who are in the earlier stages of making investments in the skill and career development of their employees. They meet some, but not all, of CareerSTAT's recognition criteria.
Nominations are due Friday, November 28, 2014 and recipients will be announced in spring 2015. You can apply by using our online survey. View a complete list of the questions that will be listed on the survey. All applications must be submitted using the online nomination survey.
Interested nominees are invited to participate in an upcoming webinar hosted by Jan Hunter, CareerSTAT Director, and members of the CareerSTAT executive committee, to be held on Friday, September 19, 2014 at 2:00pm EST.
If you have any questions or concerns regarding this program, please contact Jan Hunter, CareerSTAT Director, at email@example.com or 480-636-1311.
- Read about the 2014 Frontline Health Care Worker Champions
The CareerSTAT Frontline Health Care Worker Champions recognition program is generously funded by The Joyce Foundation.