PLANO, TX, March 7, 2022 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ — The National Business Research Institute (NBRI) is pleased to once again welcome Family & Nursing Care, a resource for individuals to access carefully selected and best-in-class caregivers to provide care at home , to the NBRI Circle of Excellence for the 7th consecutive year!
The NBRI Circle of Excellence Award recognizes organizations that demonstrate high levels of employee experience through rigorous, scientific and psychological research on their workforce. Organizations must score at or above Stretch Performance at the 75th percentile of their industry, which is no small feat.
Family and nursing care is benchmarked or benchmarked against its industry, which is a subset of NBRI’s big data of 10.5 billion survey responses. Family & Nursing Care is at the 86th percentile. NBRI commends Family & Nursing Care management for its commitment to scientific and psychological research of its employees and the continuous improvement of its employee experience.
Family & Nursing Care adopts the best practice of continuously evaluating the employee experience and targeting the variables that drive that experience, including job satisfaction, management style, culture and fairness. NBRI root cause analysis, including linear regressions and random forest models of Family & Nursing Care raw data, provides Family & Nursing Care with the insights and actions needed for continuous improvement thinking, employee behavior and experience.
“Great business leaders manage the people, processes, and products of their organizations. They understand that the rich insights NBRI obtains from employees, caregivers, and customers, enables them to manage how people perceive their organization. in a very precise, efficient and focused manner.These experiences determine the financial performance of every organization, whether for better or for worse.Understanding thinking and managing experiences for peak performance is what we do at NBRI “, explains Dr. Jan G. West, Ph.D., CEO and psychologist at NBRI. “Family & Nursing Care’s great achievement in winning this prestigious award is a direct result of Family & Nursing Care’s commitment to measuring and improving the experience of its employees.”
About family and nursing care
Family & Nursing Care was founded in 1968 to provide at Sandy Kursban vision: to give people the opportunity to age in place with the support of experienced and licensed caregivers to help them with activities of daily living and companionship, as well as skilled nursing care through licensed practical nurses ( LPN) and Registered Nurses ( RN).
Today, Family & Nursing Care is one of the oldest, largest and most respected resources for home care services in suburban MD and washington d.c. Region. Dedicated to providing compassionate, progressive and reliable home care services, Family & Nursing Care continues to break down barriers and set benchmarks for the home care services industry. After all, life comes full circle; caregivers become care recipients and vice versa. We continue to look for new ways to support customers, caregivers, families and industry partners on this journey. We continue to complete our circle of care.
NBRI conducts psychological studies of employees, customers and the market for companies and uses this data to help organizations leverage these human factors to make improvements in operations and strategy. With extensive experience across all industries, NBRI’s research teams provide clients with a combination of deep industry knowledge and expert advice. NBRI’s mission is to help its clients set new standards of excellence in their industries. NBRI product offerings, such as benchmarking and deep inferential analytics such as Random Forest with Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning, ensure that NBRI customers focus on the most impactful problems in the most efficient way .
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