Employees and Independent Contractors of Health Assist are required to deal with fellow co-workers, caregivers and clients without regard to their race, ethnicity, gender, religion, socioeconomic status, national origin, marital status, veteran status, disability, age, sexual orientation, gender identity or any other characteristic protected by applicable federal, state, and local laws, as well as other applicable government regulations and executive orders.

 

To accomplish this, we strive to consider the effect of our words and actions on our clients, the public,

and co-workers.

 

What may be intend as an innocent observation or remark may be viewed by others as insulting, offensive or even harassing.

 

It is important that persons of every race, ethnic group, religion, gender, marital status, veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity, and age feel that Health Assist is a welcome place for them.

 

Jokes, remarks or pictures that attempt to make generalizations about a specific group are not acceptable at Health Assist. 

Health Assist is not affiliated with any one religion, and we have a diversity of religions in our leadership team.

 

We work hard not to give the appearance of imposing religious beliefs on others.

 

Religious references, however innocent or well motivated, can be misinterpreted and found offensive by those who do not share the same beliefs. 

When we are inclusive and are sensitive to the fact that others may have different personal beliefs, it leads to the kind of personal fulfillment and success, which has been, and continues to be, the hallmark of Health Assist. 

WE CELEBRATE DIVERSITY 

One of the strengths of Health Assist (In Home Care)

is the diversity of our staff, caregivers, and clients.

 

Taking pride in this diversity and respecting the views of others is one of the great things about our Agency.

 

Success depends on developing and maintaining good working relationships based on mutual respect.

 

As an industry leader, we look to set the tone of mutual respect and sensitivity to the beliefs and backgrounds of others.