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WOW! Porter Hills Recipient of Distinguished Awards and Appointment
Porter Hills Awarded 101 Best Companies to Work for in West Michigan
For the 11th year in a row, Porter Hills has been honored as one of the 101 Best and Brightest Companies to Work for in West Michigan! by the Michigan Business & Professional Association. Companies are chosen based on survey responses by Human Resources and a random and confidential selection of employees. As one of a handful to receive this honor for 11 consecutive years, we are the only long term care organization with this distinction.
On March 21st, Porter Hills was honored to receive the annual Pillar Award from the Women’s Resource Center. This prestigious award is given to employers who empower women at work with policies designed to recruit, retain and advance women in their workplace.
These companies are “pillars” to working women and help the Women’s Resource Center fulfill its mission to “improve women’s workplaces and economic opportunities.”
A video presentation was shown during the Pillar Award luncheon which featured many of our employees and gave a glimpse of some of our programs and services.
Don’t miss it at: https://vimeo.com/61044199 Password: Pillar
Larry Yachcik appointed to Governor Snyder’s Long Term Care Supports and Services Advisory Commission.
This 17-member commission provides quality assurance reviews of Michigan’s long-term care system. Anyone who knows or works with Larry is aware of the depth of his understanding and knowledge of our industry. The vision, innovation, and creativity he brings to our organization are unparalleled. It is no wonder that Governor Snyder has made this decision.
“These appointees bring valuable experiences to this board, and I appreciate their willingness to serve the people of Michigan in these roles,” said Snyder.
We are very proud of Larry and wish him well as a leader in helping Michigan set new policies and direction for long term care services.