Employee Newsletter – February 2022


Welcome to the Kennedy Care monthly employee newsletter! Here, you will find important announcements, celebrations, and details on new hires. Great things are happening at Kennedy Care and we want to share the good news regularly with our trusted and valued employees!

Valentine’s Day Cutest Couple Photo Contest

To celebrate this month’s romantic holiday, we want to see your cutest couple photo!

Whether it’s you with your significant other, or your pet, or your favorite meal, 
send your cute couple photo to kkucinski@kennedycare.com before the end of the month.

The winning photo will be featured in March’s Employee Newsletter!

KC Client Survey Results Are In!

HR Team Updates

Breanne Slossar is moving from Training Specialist to HR Manager.

Aubry Walsh is moving from Recruiting Coordinator to Talent Acquisition Manager.

Maggie Smith is moving from Recruiting Coordinator to Onboarding Specialist.

Congratulations & best of luck in your new roles!

Patriot Care Updates

Tara Douglas has joined the PC team as a Care Coordinator for region 9a & 9c.

Sierra Risner has moved into her new role as Oversight Supervisor.

PC is currently looking to hire a Scheduling Supervisor and another Care Coordinator.

Safe At Home Child Care Updates

SAH had a new lead start early February. Her name is Chari Perry, and she will help other employees earn hands-on child care experience while working with infants.

SAH goals are to hit one million this 2022 year.

Bre Dailey also just hit 12 years of working for Safe At Home!

Payroll Reminders

Kennedy Care
Timesheets are due Monday every week by 12pm (noon).

Safe at Home
Timesheets are due by midnight on the day the shift was worked.

Kennedy Care Diversity, Equity and Inclusion

This February, join us in celebrating Black History Month! This annual month helps us celebrate Black lives and reflect on their tremendous influence in the United States. 

Each Black History Month has a theme, and 2022’s is “Black Health and Wellness”. This theme acknowledges the legacy of Black scholars and medical practitioners while also considering activities, rituals and initiatives that Black communities have undertaken over time to remain well in the face of socioeconomic inequities, environmental racism and white supremacy.

Throughout the month, you can expect to find several ways at the links below not only to educate yourself about the influence of Black Americans in the U.S., but find ways to participate in celebrating their contributions to society and wellness, both in the past and present. 

The History of Black History Month

Audio and Visual Resources for Education

Smithsonian – Through the Lens of Black Health and Wellness

22 Critically Acclaimed Documentaries and Biopics to Celebrate Black History Month

Black History Month has arrived once again, encouraging us to celebrate the lives and accomplishments of African Americans, as well as the millions of Black people representing the African diaspora in different parts of the world. There are no shortage of movies and shows documenting the Black experience…

54 Easy Valentine’s Day Crafts That Are Creative and Full of Love

Valentine’s Day is a holiday perfect for a crafting spree. While your loved ones will appreciate the usual bouquet of flowers and delicious boxes of chocolate, there are other ways of showing them how much you care — including gifting them a personalized Valentine’s Day card or any other heartwarming DIY gift. Need some inspiration? We’ve got you covered.

Celebrating KC Work Anniversaries

Please join us in congratulating our KC team members for their work anniversaries this February!

Happy Birthday!

Please join us in celebrating the birthdays of our employees this January!

Looking for ways to celebrate? Here are 100+ places to get FREE stuff
on your birthday!

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