Radiance in Care: Shaylini Shines as Care Indeed's December Employee of the Month
Employee of the Month
Jan 05, 2023
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Meet Shaylini, the compassionate caregiver who has earned the well-deserved title of Employee of the Month at Care Indeed. Her remarkable blend of radiant energy, compassion, and humility sets her apart as one of the top caregivers in our company.
In an exclusive interview, Shaylini opens up about her profound connection with the elderly, showcasing a sincere dedication to offering not just care but genuine companionship—a testament to the exceptional qualities that define her as an outstanding caregiver.
What do you like most about your job?
I cherish my job because I love being with the elderly and helping them. The blessings I receive from them, in the form of smiles, stories, and wisdom, make every moment worth it. This is why I've chosen to dedicate myself to working with elders.
What is an unforgettable memory at work that you can share?
I’ll never forget it when I worked with a client that has recently lost their spouse. Seeing their grief touched me, as I, too, am widowed. Knowing that we share the same feelings touches my heart and I will never forget that.
How would you describe Care Indeed’s culture? What do you like most about it?
Care Indeed is very supportive and responsive. I have no complaints because the company is always ready to help when I reach out. The niceness throughout the company makes every interaction pleasant. It's a culture that values its employees and prioritizes creating an efficient work environment.
What do you think about being the Employee of the Month?
Being chosen as the Employee of the Month was so exciting for me. I couldn't help but wonder, "Why me?" The joy and happiness that came were beyond words. It's a wonderful acknowledgment of my efforts and dedication as a caregiver. I thank Care Indeed for choosing me to be Employee of the Month.
What advice would you give to your colleagues?
My advice to colleagues is simple: be kind to the elders. Offer help whenever they need it. Approach them with politeness, friendliness, and warmth—just as I do.
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