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Springpoint Empowers Employees Through Employee Recognition and Value Programs

Recently, the nation celebrated Independence Day and reflected on all the sacrifices made to achieve that independence. The rich and diverse mix of cultures that now makes up our country is just one shining example of such independence.

Springpoint employees embody the rich, multicultural diversity found throughout New Jersey and Delaware, with many languages and countries of origin represented. Every employee’s unique perspective and experience adds to the Springpoint culture and allows for meaningful connections with those we serve, resulting in deeper relationships and stronger communities.

Springpoint has created and implemented several Employee Recognition and Value programs which consider all employees’ multicultural backgrounds and unique perspectives. Through these programs and initiatives, every employee has an opportunity to enrich their lives both professionally and personally.

In 2022, Springpoint began assisting refugees from Afghanistan and Ukraine with employment opportunities in our communities through Interfaith-Rise (Refugee and Immigrant Services and Empowerment), a nonprofit organization based in Highland Park, NJ. Springpoint provides resources and support for program participants to find employment placement in one of our communities. Boris Skuridin, originally from Ukraine, participated in the program and is currently employed at the Springpoint Living in Manalapan Assisted Living and Memory Care community. In May, Boris received the Springpoint Spirit Award for exceeding expectations and providing the best service possible to residents.

Understanding the importance of flexibility and choice, Springpoint updated its holiday policy to create a Floating Holiday program. This updated policy allows employees to choose what holidays and days of relevance they would like to observe. We understand one of the greatest resources you can offer an employee is the ability to decide what is most important and valuable to them and their family. Providing employees with quality choices and the ability to choose better enables them to pursue their dreams while supporting our shared vision.

The Stonebridge at Montgomery Life Plan Community recently implemented a comprehensive English as a Second Language (ESL) program for its employees. Stonebridge employees enrolled in the program attend classes at the community twice a week for a total of 150 hours. The Stonebridge ESL program aids in strengthening the connections and engagement between employees and those they serve by eliminating linguistic barriers and communication obstacles. It also provides additional opportunities for non-native English language speaking employees to achieve their professional, personal, and economic goals.

This ESL program is made possible thanks to a grant to the Springpoint Foundation from the Bloomberg Foundation. Bloomberg Philanthropies works to ensure better, longer lives for the greatest number of people by focusing on five key areas: the arts, education, the environment, government innovation, and public health.

Jacinta Carcamo, Andre Guerrier, Enold Cadet, Genoveva Cruz, Yisset Herrera Cruz, Marie Coq, Veronique Sylvain, and Viviane Langes are the first Stonebridge at Montgomery employees to participate in the ESL program and will be graduating in a few months.

Springpoint created and implemented these programs and initiatives to empower employees and allow them better access to career advancement opportunities and exceptional life experiences. Each employee’s unique perspectives and diverse background is an asset to the Springpoint culture and should be celebrated.

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