Essay on baptist health

3331 Words Apr 6th, 2014 14 Pages
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Michael Contreras
1
Company Overview
Nick Hogan
2-3
Motivational Tools and Strategies
Tyler Waggoner

4-6
Leadership/ Management
Loidy Jimenez

7-9
Organizational Culture / Corporate Values
Loidy Jimenez

9-?
Teams and Employee Empowerment
Michael Contreras
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Diversity Initiatives
Nichole Peoples
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Organizational adaptability
Nick Hogan
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Conclusion

Nichole Peoples
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References

Tyler Waggoner
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Company Overview
Founded in 1960 in Kendall, Florida, Baptist Health Inc. continues to provide hundreds of different treatment options for their patients. Rev. Dr. C. Roy Angell, a long
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Other benefits offered to employees are financially beneficial, such as retirement plans, PTO cash-outs, and employee discounts (“Baptist Health South Florida”, n.d.). They also offer financial benefits that apply towards schooling and education to their employees as well, such as tuition assistance and scholarship programs. These programs can encourage Baptist Health South Florida employees to continue their education while working, and to better develop their skills for their work and in doing so benefiting their careers (“Baptist Health South Florida”, n.d.). Other benefits Baptist Health South Florida offers are programs and services designed to help employees balance out the stress that comes from their work so that it does not harshly affect their personal lives. Some of examples of the programs they offer are fitness programs, childcare, employee assistance programs, and many others (“Baptist Health South Florida”, n.d.).
One program that Baptist Health South Florida has specifically implemented is the Wellness Advantage mission. The Wellness Advantage offers many different programs to help ease the stress of an employee’s work life, and can be beneficial in increasing job satisfaction and motivation (“Wellness Advantage”, 2013). A big portion of the Wellness Advantage is designed to…