In today’s tight employment market, building strong relationships with your employees is a key to success in your recruiting and retention efforts. This starts with understanding what’s important to your employees.
More than ever before, your staff wants to feel connected to a greater purpose both within and outside the walls of their workplace. A major way to bolster this type of engagement? Build deeper partnerships with organizations that offer your staff the opportunity to get out and tangibly help people in their local community, like The Ronald McDonald House.
At this month’s Breakfast Club, Dorree Adelmann shares how companies like yours are able to work hand in hand with The Ronald McDonald House Charities to support positive outcomes for families with hospitalized children, while also serving to align your company goals with employee expectations and values. Not only will this promote stronger relationships within the communities you serve, it will also strengthen your internal culture. Working together towards a common goal naturally motivates your team to accomplish more.
Join us for an inside look at the work this amazing organization is doing for families in crisis while gaining an understanding of how your company can get involved for the greater good.
Dorree Adelmann is the Manager at the Ronald McDonald Family Room located inside Gillette Children’s Specialty Healthcare. Before coming to Ronald McDonald house charities she spent many years at Calvary Lutheran in Golden Valley, most recently as Director of Hospitality.
The RMH mission is that We, in partnership with our community, provide a comfortable and caring home-away-from-home that supports keeping families together and reduces stress during a child’s serious illness. We provide meals, snacks, sleep rooms and a wonderful place of respite for families going through one of the most stressful times in their lives. Gillette is a level one trauma center and gets kiddos helicoptered in from the 5 state area. Dorree will share stories of families that have utilized the Family Room, what was offered to them and how it helped in so many ways.