Having outgrown their current premises in Penn House, Broad Street, Katherine Harriet is moving premises to 9 Broad Street, Hereford, from April 1st.
"This a hugely exciting time for the business, our Clients and our staff," said Managing Director Hattie. This move will enable us to provide more in-house training and also have the room for meetings and storage. We are very much looking forward to it and all that this brings. Please feel free to pop in and see us."
Read the full story at the Hereford Times
Katherine Harriet are really pleased to announce the Star Awards. It is an opportunity for us to reward our staff that really go the extra mile for our Clients.
As in previous years, the staff vote for their Finalists and Winners however to make it different this year we have also asked the Clients to vote too.
The nominations have been coming in thick and fast and we are looking forward to announcing the Winners and Finalists at the Christmas Parties.
Best of luck to all, Hattie
We were thrilled to be nominated for the Employer of the Year Award at the GB Care Awards for the West Midlands.
Hattie attended the Interview with the Judging Panel on Monday 22nd October 2018 at the Indoor Arena at Edgbaston Stadium. It was a day of judging where the Finalists had the opportunity to impress the judges for their categories.
The Awards night will be again held at Edgbaston Stadium on the 30th November 2018. This will be attended by Hattie Hayes (Managing Director), Rebecca Tilby (Registered Manager) and Claire Whaley (HR/Finance Manager).
Wishing all the other nominees the best of luck and fingers crossed for a wonderful night.
We had a wonderful evening at the Hereford Means Business Awards 2018. We were thrilled Becky was a Finalist and although Becky was not the overall winner in the Employee of the Year category, we were still immensely proud of her.
Here are a few pictures from the evening.
The Hereford Times launched it's first ever Health and Social Care Awards this year. This came about after a conversation with the Hereford Times that it might be a good idea to have a local Care Awards recognising the unsung heroes of our care community.
Sue Griffiths (Hereford Times) quickly jumped on this idea and so the Health and Social Care Awards was born.
We sponsored the Palliative / End of Life Care Award, this being an Award close to our hearts.
I very much enjoyed being part of the Judging Panel and meeting other health care Professionals in the care community. The Finalists were a truly inspiring group of individuals and organisations who certainly deserved the recognition.
We were also extremely delighted to also have a Finalist in the Home Care Worker Award, our very own Amanda Barnes.
So the night came on Tuesday 18th September 2018 at Lyde Arundel for us to find out those who have made outstanding efforts within the Health and Social care sector.
I attend the event with Amanda Barnes and her partner Darren, Rebecca Tilby (Registered Manager) and Jess Dunn (Care Team Assistant).
It was a hugely successful evening and all the team at Katherine Harriet would like to congratulate all the Finalists and Winners.
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