2016 Frontline Health Care Worker Champions Recognition Program
Submissions for the 2016 Frontline Health Care Worker Champion recognition program are now closed. Receipants will be announced in May 2016.
CareerSTAT’s Frontline Health Care Worker Champions recognition program was created to acknowledge health care organizations that have made a lasting investment in their frontline workers by promoting internal career progression and providing access to on-site training and skills development opportunities. Representing a variety of regions and sub-industries, these employer champions are health care leaders that provide exemplary training and development opportunities for their workers. Furthermore by investing in their workforce they have become more agile, less costly, and more effective at proving high-quality care.
Recognition is seperated into 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.
If you have any questions or concerns regarding this program, please contact Elicia Wilson, Senior Program Manager, at [email protected] or 617-728-4446.
Please contact Elicia Wilson at [email protected] with any questions or concerns regarding the program or application. The CareerSTAT Frontline Health Care Worker Champions recognition program is generously supported by The Joyce Foundation.