Legendary NBA coach Phil Jackson said, “The strength of the team is each individual member. The strength of each member is the team.” At Exeter Health Resources, that’s how we feel about the many people that make up our team. We are strong because our people are strong. In the same way, we as a whole support each individual food service employee, provider, administrator, LNA, recruiter, and executive.
Our Human Resources department provides consultative services to employees and leadership. They specialize in Employee Relations, Benefits, Training, Compensation, Talent Acquisition and Employment.
Keeping a health system like Exeter staffed and employee needs met is of critical importance. Fortunately, the HR team is highly collaborative, knowledgeable, and hard-working. They are dedicated to supporting the staff and the leadership team and are committed to the greater good for the entire organization.
Like nearly everyone in healthcare organizations, finding qualified candidates is HR’s biggest concern right now. New Hampshire has one of the lowest unemployment rates in the country, which means there is a small candidate pool to work with. The Human Resources team is committed to sourcing the best candidates to fill the roles they have open and to ensure that working for Exeter is rewarding and meaningful.
We ask HR Director Amy Delmar what she wished everyone knew about the Human Resources department:
“Many employees believe that HR makes all the decisions in the organization. Our team has been working hard over the last few years to communicate to staff that decisions are made by our Sr. Leadership team. We are consultants to employees and managers and make recommendations only, in the best interest of the employees, our patients and family members.”
Human Resources exists to support the important work being done every day at Exeter. As they like to say, “Keep Calm and Call HR!”
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