NEWS & STORIES
NEWS & STORIES
NEWS & STORIES
Sharing all the latest at Knute Nelson
The following news and stories have been compiled to inform you of happenings at Knute Nelson and in aging services. We also feature the stories of individuals who have reached their goals and have an important message to share to inspire others.
Being your best self means living authentically. Sara Severson knew what would bring her a sense of happiness, purpose, and meaning. Read how she built her best self at Knute Nelson.
Have you ever thought about working a second job? There are many benefits to picking up an extra workload, including financial and personal reasons. Read this article to learn more about the benefits of working a second job.
Employee work wellness encompasses an overall level of well-being, including both physical and mental health. It’s about being part of a culture where employees feel a sense of belonging and are encouraged to take time and space to care for their health.
Companies offer many appealing benefits to their employees. Health benefits, paid time off, flexible work schedule, and more. But in today’s world, where everything moves a hundred miles an hour, it only makes sense that you get early access to your paycheck. Learn more about pay on-demand at Knute Nelson.
Terah Kraft is closely approaching her one-year mark as an Accounting Specialist at Knute Nelson. Learn about her new hire experience and what made Knute stand out to her.
Nursing requires lifelong education to maintain your license, and job, and to ensure high-quality patient care. What many may not realize is that it also contributes to a high level of satisfaction. Here’s how.
Grace Evink is a senior in high school. She wanted to get a part-time job to keep busy, earn money for expenses, and to prepare for college. In her search for a job, Grace said, “I really wanted an employer that was reliable and understanding with my school and sports schedules – giving me the flexibility I needed. I wanted to work where they really thought of me as an employee and team member, not just a number, and I found that at Knute Nelson.”
Working a part-time job while you are in school, high school, or college, has many advantages that can help you excel in life. Beyond earning an income, you can gain career-related experience as you define and refine goals, develop skills and self-confidence, and build a network of contacts. Here’s how you can gain that competitive edge.
With the way the economy is today, commuting to work can be challenging. Expenses can add up. Mike Wendt, Culinary Supervisor, worked at Knute Nelson for four and a half years, and he was happy. Knute invested in him as an employee, so he invested his time and talents, and enjoyed his work along the way. Yet, because of the economy, he felt a tug to find work closer to home.
A positive workplace culture has open communication, meaningful work, and strong core values. Every company’s culture lives, breathes and evolves. It’s so important to be part of an organization that is alive and is evolving. Read on to find out why.
Have you ever interviewed at a company and found out that you weren’t chosen, but came in a close second? That can be tough. If you are still interested in the company, think about the power of staying connected and having them easily reach out to you when a new opening becomes available. That’s powerful. That’s the power of a Talent Network.
Knute Nelson is working hard to bridge aging adults with caring providers. Taking care of older generations is a Minnesota value. Today it matters more than ever.
Tina was looking on Indeed and Knute Nelson kept coming up on her newsfeed. She thought, “Wow, this might be something that’s meant for me.” It definitely was meant for her. She applied and was hired. With each day, Tina’s feelings about working at Knute Nelson have gotten stronger.
After more than two decades of working as a nurse in the intensive care unit, Pam Forer decided she wanted to take her career in a different direction and have a greater impact on people’s lives. She wanted to work in hospice.
Working with aging adults offers a rewarding environment in which you’ll feel like you’re contributing to the greater good and having an impact on people’s lives every day. In West Central Minnesota, Knute Nelson provides quality care to older adults and a positive, respectful culture for its employees.