Hales Heroes November Draw Winner

18 December

Congratulations to Judyth and Michaela – joint winners of Hales Heroes Award for the month of November, who will share the prize of £1,000. Both have worked tirelessly throughout the last few months, demonstrating flexibility and tenacity to keep inductions running safely & keep all carers compliant and informed of essential guidance to keep themselves and service users safe. Thank you for choosing to be part of the Hales family and congratulations!

Nicola Coleman, Hales Homecare Grimsby Branch Manager, commented: “I feel this is well deserved as Judyth is always flexible and hardworking, and showed tenacity throughout COVID and the lock down. Judyth is always willing to lend a hand to anyone when needed and is a valued member of our team. The whole office erupted into applause when she was awarded the Hales Hero prize and was so pleased and happy for her.”

We would like to take this opportunity to thank all our Care Workers and let you know how much we value the important work you do to keep our vulnerable clients safe and well all year round.

Could you be the next winner of £1,000 for the next draw?

Hales Heroes Monthly Draw is one of our superb employee incentives giving all Hales Care Workers the chance to win £1,000 each and every month.

Every Care Worker will be entered into the monthly draw subject to meeting the criteria. All Care Workers that meet the criteria will be awarded the Hales Heroes Award of Excellence badge in recognition of your outstanding performance.

For more information, please click here.


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