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As every holiday, this Pesach DSPG workers have already met for the packing of food packages, which were a few days ago sent to Yad Rachel centers around the country. The trucks brought us lots of good good things, donated and packed with great love.
DSP Group company and employees partner with us for a decade. Not only they give us the “fish”, but also generously generously provide our children with “fishing rods”. Beyond food supplies they are concerned about financing educational programs for children and their family members.
In Yad Rachel we know, that only with the help of the best quality education we can break the cycle of poverty and enable our children a better future.
It is a privilege for us to be accompanied by the company’s employees, for whom the words justice and kindness are not just words, but accompanied with deeds full of love, caring and respect.
This Passover Yad Rachel children will be happy and full not only wit the meal, but also with the knowledge.
As in previous years all our employees were invited to take part in Yad Rachel annual corporate training day. Staff welfare and professionalism are part of our priorities in the way Yad Rachel operates and plans its resources to give our children and their family members the best service possible.
We were blessed with very dedicated staff members who put all their time and resources, particularly emotional, ‘to see’ the needs of patients that are facing them and provide them with the most appropriate response during the year. Our employees meet daily with the difficulties of others and do all they can to help and benefit, even if it means investing lot of time and thought outside of the work hours. This seminar is an opportunity for us to allow our dear staff, to have some time off and get a breathe of fresh air to continue to deal with the challenges they all do in the professional way in which they do this, and to say a heartfelt thank you for their work.
This week, two seminars were held for team leaders and social workers of all Afterschool Centers we operate across the country. The seminars dealt with the concept of an important aspect of Sociotherapy theory, a theory that accompanies and guides our work in clubs: The person on duty. Study included analysis of an article called “Internal drama of accepting an official position in the organization,” by Yossi Trist, and the experience of team leaders and social workers in experiential learning. The seminars were very significant and we believe that they made a great contribution to the ongoing work in clubs. Learning and professionalism of the staff is an important value for us according to the belief and understanding that the more we invest in it,the better we will end up not only with our employees but also with clients.