Best Places to Work Employee Testimonials
Sybil shares that "I have always had a deep passion to serve others and to serve my community. Four Seasons has given me the opportunity to do just that!"
Millicent shares that “We are grateful for the commitment, respect, and excellence that our employees give daily to ensure that we co-create the best care for our patients and families as well as each other. We care about each other, celebrate each other, and support each other. At Four Seasons, we are more than just co-workers, we are family."
Amy shares that "It is an honor to work at Four Seasons with supportive and dedicated colleagues that encourage each other to dream big to meet the needs of grieving families. I am passionate about walking alongside children and adolescents who are grieving, and am inspired by the work of my team, leaders, and the organization to grow personally and professionally to meet new challenges and the needs of our community in creative ways."
Jeremy shares that "Four Seasons has helped me grow in the early stages of my career.
I am grateful to be part of a team in which I can learn from and build upon."
Jessica shares that "Working here has helped me clarify my personal values. Four Seasons’ focus on having balance has helped me to live a healthier lifestyle and to find more joy both in my daily work and family life."
Shannon shares that “I love where I work because I love the people I work with. Their dedication, compassion, and how they genuinely care about one another and work together to provide the best care for our patients and families really inspire me. That is why I do what I do, and why I work at Four Seasons.”
Lauren shares that “At Four Seasons, we create an environment where staff are not just encouraged, but empowered, to collaborate with their colleagues and to share feedback openly with their leader.
At Four Seasons, when our employees speak up, we listen. Communication is vital in most jobs, but especially when working in serious illness and end-of-life care. We value each staff person’s input on our day-to-day operations, in care planning for patients, and in developing our organization’s long-term strategic goals.”
Skip shares that "Of all our values I am most in awe of the Teamwork I see every day at the Elizabeth House. No one allows someone to carry too much weight on their shoulders alone. We share the opportunities and responsibilities. We work together, as one. Together, as a team, we are honored to Co-Create the Care Experience with the patient and their loved ones at the center of all that we do."
Michael shares that “Four Seasons is committed to supporting its employees to achieve not only their personal goals, but also to provide the best care possible in our community. Every employee is challenged to be the best, and provide the best care possible – with that in mind, I can honestly say I work with the best!”
Paige shares that "While I have experienced Four Seasons' excellent care of several of my loved ones, I have also experienced the same excellent care as an employee. Four Seasons is a “best place to work” to me because employees are valued and respected, and the organizational culture is one that I personally treasure."
Why Choose a Career with Four Seasons?
Four Seasons is a nationally recognized, non-profit leader in the delivery of co-created care for those living in our communities with a serious, limiting illness. For over 40 years, we have provided access to the best advancements in care to the people of western North Carolina. We exist to ensure our patients are cared for wherever they call home and by a team of professionals that minister to the body, mind, spirit, and emotional components that comprise us all. Our employees have a desire to truly touch lives and make a significant contribution to patients and families facing end-of-life decisions. We offer a rich benefits package, a supportive, team-oriented, work environment that makes your profession more than just a job, and the opportunity to love where you work and live where you love in the beautiful mountains of Western North Carolina.