The scheme aims to recognise some of the outstanding work that you - our care workers, do on a regular basis.
Every quarter, our service users and office staff will nominate their Star Care Workers. The nominations will then be discussed on a call with management and a winner will be selected for each of our branches.
The next nominations will open on the 20th April 2020 and the winners will be selected and notified before the 1st of May 2020.
When selecting our Star Care Workers, we will be looking at those that go above and beyond, who make a real difference to people's lives, but we will also consider the following principles...
Each winner will receive £100 in gift vouchers, a certificate and a 'Star Care Worker' badge which can be worn with pride. We look forward to hearing and sharing some of the amazing work our care workers do. Stay tuned for more information.
If you don't currently work for Medacs Healthcare - Homecare, but are interested in joining the team, please complete the following form and a member of the team will be in touch.
Star Care Worker Terms and Conditions: The organiser of this promotion (the “Promoter”) is Medacs Healthcare of 800 The Boulevard, Capability Green, Luton, LU1 3BA. The recipient of £100 in gift vouchers is the “Care Worker”. The Care Worker will qualify for £100 in gift vouchers should each of the following conditions be met: The Care Worker must; be an employee with the Promoter and have demonstrated an outstanding performance as determined by the homecare management team from the Promoter. It is at the discretion of the Promoter as to who receives the Star Care Worker of the Quarter prize and subsequently, £100 in gift vouchers. The promotion is not open to office employees and past employees of the Promoter. The Promoter reserves the right to change or close the Promotion at any time and without notice. These terms and conditions are governed by the laws of England and Wales.
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