Maintaining an Exceptional Workplace
Evidence shows that high workplace satisfaction improves the consumer experience, employee retention and financial performance. Texas Health cultivates an excellent work environment through thoughtful:
- Planning – We forecast and build a pipeline of qualified workers to avoid staffing shortages and care for the growing North Texas population.
- Recruitment – We seek compassionate, skilled and diverse candidates whose behaviors and values align with ours.
- Inclusion – We provide a work environment where everyone can fully contribute to business success, and each person's contribution is valued for their distinctive skills, experiences and perspectives.
- Engagement – We assess employees’ needs, concerns, feedback and satisfaction to drive continuous improvement.
- Development – We offer extensive learning and development opportunities for our teams to grow and flourish.
- Support – We optimize care delivery models to improve resiliency, offer a safe and secure workplace, and provide benefits, programs, resources and tools that enhance employees’ well-being.
- Rewards – We compensate and recognize employees for their contributions and commitment to excellence.
- Continued being recognized for our exceptional workplace. We were named to Fortune magazine's Best Workplaces in Health Care™ (No. 1); Fortune 100 Best Companies to Work For® (No. 37); Fortune Best Workplaces in Texas (No. 4) and Great Place to Work® and PEOPLE's "100 Companies That Care" (No. 31).
Snapshot: Give and Take Cart Collected
As they have in years past, Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Cleburne staff did their part to help those less fortunate in the community – and each other.
Donated grocery and household items filled a silver cart in the hospital’s basement. On any given day, items on the cart included canned goods, pasta, coffee, paper towels, napkins, disinfecting wipes, diapers, baking pans, coffee, protein drinks, spices, baby food or other items.
While most would refer to such items as household necessities, the hospital’s recognition team referred to them as blessings.
Dubbed the Give and Take Cart, the initiative allowed staff members to donate, share, take and receive as needed, strengthening hospital camaraderie and providing a way to bless others anonymously.