Country Meadows Retirement Communities has a fantastic problem—dinosaurs are running amuck on our campuses!
In this day and age when people jump from job to job, our organization is blessed to have several long-time co-workers at each campus. As part of our National Assisted Living Week celebrations in September, Country Meadows honored every co-worker and their milestones with a unique twist. When Country Meadows co-workers reach ten years of service, they are inducted into our Dinosaur Club.
Why Dinos? Dinosaurs symbolize strength, courage, and bravery — the same characteristics our long-term co-workers represent. Country Meadows celebrated milestone achievements including 98 co-workers with more than 20 years of service, 165 with 15 years and 187 with more than a decade of service.
Dino Club represents a Decade of Making an Impact Nurturing Others. Like a dinosaur, these co-workers have made a lasting impression with their position and purpose which is valued and appreciated by residents, fellow co-workers and the Leader family-owners of Country Meadows. They are “dino-mite!”
According to President & Chief Operating Officer Meredith Mills, “Each year our co-workers’ commitment elevates our service and support for our residents even higher, and that will never become extinct.”
Click here to watch Dino Club Founder, and retired Chief Financial Officer, Ted Janeczek, inducting his daughter, President & CEO Meredith Mills, and her husband, Senior Vice President & Chief Strategy and Revenue Officer, Dan Mills, as they are inducted into the Dino Club by former Chief Financial Officer, and Meredith Mill’s father, Ted Janeczek.