Vancouver, Canada, October 15, 2011 --(PR.com)-- For the second year in a row, Nurse Next Door, Canada’s fastest growing home care franchise system, has been named a Regional Winner of Canada’s 10 Most Admired Corporate Cultures in the Best Emerging Organization’s category.
The award, presented by Waterstone Human Capital, a leading executive search firm, recognizes leading Canadian organizations for having a culture that has helped them enhance performance and sustain a competitive advantage.
“This is something we’re very proud of as it’s been a part of our vision for a long time,” said Nurse Next Door Co-Founder, John DeHart “We’ve worked hard to develop and sustain a great and unwavering culture.”
Six years ago, Nurse Next Door set out to realign the company with their original core purpose of making lives better. Together this purpose along with a set of four core values guides and dictates every company action and decision, helping to build a winning culture and contribute to the company’s overall success.
“We’ve put a tremendous amount of focus and attention into cultivating a great culture,” adds fellow Co-Founder, Ken Sim. “But more importantly, we’ve built this foundation by admiring our people, finding a better way, providing wow customer experience and being passionate about making a difference, and this has helped us create dedicated and engaged staff who provide the best care possible to our clients.”
Canada’s 10 Most Admired Corporate Cultures is based on the Waterstone Human Capital’s Canadian Corporate Culture Study, third party nominations, and an analysis of organizational culture.
Vancouver-based Nurse Next Door Home Care Services is Canada’s fastest growing home care franchise system and is dedicated to delivering attentive, caring options to seniors. Founded in 2001 based on the personal experiences of Co-Founders Ken Sim and John DeHart, Nurse Next Door now has nearly 50 franchise locations across Canada and is focused on becoming a globally admired brand.