Applying Traction to our quarterly Recruiting Rocks creates movement and momentum.
Three Ways to Put Traction in Action
- Earn your referral bonus
- Know our “Uniques”
- Tell us how we’re doing!
A clear Accountability Organizational Chart keeps us on target. It’s smooth sailing at Cooperative Home Care.
Time Marches On – and so does EOS
Our new website is live! Let’s keep going and learning.
My Sixth Sense
Understanding the six main parts of EOS: People, Vision, Data, Issues, Process, and Traction.
Standing on the Shoulder of Giants
How achieving weekly To-do’s, leads to achieving quarterly Rocks, and ultimately to achieving our giant, annual Goals.
Follow the EOS Road
The origin and persistence of our Core Focus: There’s No Place Like Home Care.
Our Mission Statement is no secret.
The Value in Core Values
Our six Core Values define and drive us: #1 Pursue Growth, #2 Challenge the Limits, #3 Empower People, #4 Commitment to Cooperative, #5 Our Team is Our Family, #6 Embrace Inclusivity.
Reduce Your Stress in Five or Less
How Our People Analyzer minimizes stress, and maximizes performance, by ensuring every employee understands their job and knows how they are doing.
Farewell, Pandemic Winter.
Because: Strategic Planning is Upon Us
Communication & Strategy
Our Mission and Vision as we approach Cooperative’s 35th year
Introducing New Employees and New Programs
Welcome Robin Gladwill, Stevi Gagne, BSN, and Pediatric Nursing
Back to School = Back to The Sweep
Recognizing Cooperative as a Best in Value Company
Happy Nurses Week!
Thank you to all of our nurses!
News About Our Internal Webinars
Service project announcements and Potluck May 5th!
Competing and Eating Our Way to Teamwork
We asked for team-building ideas, and you answered!
Free Training, Winners, Giving Back (and Feeling Great About It!)
Doing good always feels great. We celebrated our most recent “Serving & Celebrating in Our 30th Year” where we made blankets, shopped for supplies, and served a delicious feast at the Ronald McDonald House.
2017 is the Year of Building Our Cooperative Hospice Program
We are committed to building our Cooperative Hospice Program. Our growth starts with all of us: gaining an understanding of hospice, learning how to gently and compassionately share information, and learning what makes our program unique.
HO-HO-HOLIDAY PARTIES ARE UNDERWAY!
We hope that almost all of our caregivers were and are able to attend their office holiday parties, last and this week. If you were at the St. Louis party, we also hope you enjoyed our smoothie station! Plus, read on for more on continuing education and outreach programs.
Training and Workshops and Blog Posts (oh my!)
Our first step is to ensure every employee, from field staff to administrative, knows that we have hospice, and also knows what to do with this information. How do you appropriately share information about hospice to someone you personally know? How do we share information about our Cooperative Hospice, like what makes it unique and why people choose us?
Try making some of the spooky treats in this month’s newsletter!
We want every caregiver to participate in serving and celebrating our 30th year with us! This month’s newsletter shares how we are celebrating with family-friendly events and service opportunities.
Find out how you can save money on school supplies this year. Also, enjoy delicious chocolate fudge cookies with this month’s recipe!
Don’t let the summer heat prevent you from having fun with your children. This month’s newsletter provides fun activities you can do on a hot summer day. Also, enjoy a delicious penne with sun-dried tomato pesto with this recipe!
Ensure you and your client have a healthy and safe summer with some tips from Cooperative! Plus, meet our 2016 Summer Interns.
Cooperative Home Care is turning 30! We want to hear your ideas about how to celebrate our 30th year! Plus, spring is a great reason to make broccoli pasta and we have a delicious recipe.
Getting and staying organized can improve your mood, your mindset and your productivity. Check out our 3-step plan to organizing your home. Also, we have a recipe for delicious & quick quesadillas!
This month we discuss some key points for new and current caregivers to keep in mind. Plus, we share a recipe for our favorite Spring Pasta Salad!
Let us introduce you to telephony – a telephone tracking system that is mandated by the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services. Plus, see the results of our Holiday Change Collection, check out our February training classes and more!
Our Caregiver Holiday Parties were a huge success this year! Get a glimpse into the festivities and see who we recognized with Employment Milestone Awards!
It’s time to celebrate YOU! Get all the details on the upcoming Caregiver Holiday Parties and check out our December training classes.
Being a caregiver can be incredibly stressful, so we have 10 Tips to Lower Stress in this month’s newsletter! Also, find out how you could earn a $100 Employee Referral Bonus!
This month we have 10 Caregiver Tips, a look into Cooperative Hospice and October training classes. Plus, we’ve included some of our favorite Trick or Treat jokes!
Get to know Cooperative Home Care in this month’s newsletter! Also, check out our September training classes and some tips for making healthy snacks and meals on the go.
We take a close look at Dementia in this month’s newsletter – including 10 signs you should know for early detection.