Hailey joined the Concordia family in May of 2015 as a Front Desk Receptionist for Concordia at Cabot. She transitioned into the Human Resources department upon graduating from Slippery Rock University in May of 2018.
Hailey told us that, to her, Concordia means “community.”
“Concordia promotes a caring and family-oriented atmosphere and really cares about their employees and persons served. Concordia also gives back to our local communities in several ways and strives to help as many people as possible.”
Hailey gave us many reasons on why she chooses to work for Concordia!
“I have always felt valued during my time here. I also enjoy the family-like work environment and atmosphere – it was very welcoming to me and I’m sure it is to our new team members. To go along with Concordia caring about their employees, the benefits package reflects just that. There are many extra benefits including seniority and Christmas bonuses, milestone anniversary service award gifts, education assistance plans, and special appreciation events for our team that you do not often see with other organizations.”
When we asked Hailey to tell us some of her favorite Concordia memories, she was all about our employee events!
“I really enjoy helping out at our Employee Appreciation Week (a weeklong event Concordia celebrates each May) and our annual Christmas party. Our team is so dedicated and hardworking, and it is nice to give back and thank them for the care that they provide to our residents and patients. I really like handing out goodies to our team during Employee Appreciate Week and giving away money at the Christmas party! It’s nice to see all of the smiles on our team’s faces.”
Hailey spends her time outside of Concordia with her family, fiancé and friends.
“I am also part of a trivia league with a few of my friends and we play every Wednesday night. I am getting married in October so my fiancé and I are in full wedding planning mode – which is very exciting and stressful.”
She told us that her family inspires her motivation to succeed.
“My parents taught me to work hard and to always try to be the best version of myself that I can be. I want to look back on my life whenever I am older and be proud of the life that I lived and everything that I accomplished.”
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