CEO Thanks Staff for Commitment During Snow

Rapport Housing & Care Chief Executive, Leon Steer, visited each of the organisation's services to thank staff for their commitment during the bad weather.

Cheryl and Tony worked extra shifts
Cheryl and Tony worked extra shifts

With the recent bad weather causing chaos on the roads and for transport services, many of us across the UK found ourselves unable to travel to work. However, staff at our care homes in the south east, despite being badly hit by the snow, continued to show their dedication and commitment to our residents, ensuring they got in to work. Cheryl Poyner - Weeks, a senior carer at Barnes Lodge, worked extra shifts, staying overnight when neccesary, whilst Tony Hemsley, a member of the kitchen team, worked overtime and longer hours and walked to work through the treacherous conditions.

Last week Leon Steer, Chief Executive of Rapport Housing & Care, visited each of the organisation's services to thank the staff for their dedication to our residents and their commitment to their work, throughout the bad weather. Care staff and indeed, all of those supporting vulnerable people really do deserve to be applauded.

Posted : 12/03/2018

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