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Team Recognition

Fostering excellence is part of the Peconic Landing culture.

Each month, an employee is recognized for his/her contributions to the success of the community. We also recognize one management team member each quarter for their dedication to moving the organization forward. Throughout the year, the Teamwork Committee sponsors events to reward staff for their hard work and success, and the Peconic Landing Games are another way we recognize and motivate employees.

2020 Employee of the Month

  • January – Cristina Crotty – Home Health Services
  • February – Dora Membrano – Certified Nursing Assistant
  • March – Tracey Welch – Dining Services

2020 Leader of the Quarter

  • First Quarter – Laura McAllister – Sales Manager

2019 Employee of the Month

  • January – Florencia Sanchez – Housekeeping
  • February – Marcia Ekster – Charge Nurse, Health Center
  • March – Tamee Jester  – Home Health Services
  • April –  Joe Konchalski – Environmental Services
  • May –  Jennifer Warner May – Dining Services
  • June – Jack Volinski  – Environmental Services
  • July – Dolores Villareal – Certified Nursing Assistant
  • August – Jamie Lee Kalin – Member Services
  • September – Chelsea Guditus – Unit Clerk, Health Center
  • October – Mike Volinski  – Environmental Services
  • November –  Joanne Dunn – Certified Nursing Assistant
  • December – Paula Reeve  – Benefits and Payroll Coordinator

2019 Leader of the Quarter

  • First Quarter – Chrissy Viola – Lifestyle Coordinator
  • Second Quarter – Connie Ellis – Human Resources Manager
  • Third Quarter – Joe Capuano – Information Technology Manager
  • Fourth Quarter – Susan Croce –  Administrator of Peconic Landing Home Health Services

 

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