While many know Labor Day as the unofficial last weekend of summer, the holiday was actually created to observe and appreciate the American worker. Labor Day’s origins date back to the early 1880s, but it was not until June 28, 1894 that Congress passed an act declaring the holiday to fall on the first Monday of September. The day specifically recognizes the achievements, progress, and contributions that American workers have made to the U.S. Economy.
This Labor Day, Salter HealthCare would like to recognize the hard work and dedication of all of its employees. From our nursing and rehabilitation specialists to administrative and housekeeping staff, we truly appreciate each and every one of you. You are the lifeblood of our organization and your hard work does not go unnoticed.
Without a dedicated staff, we would be hard pressed to provide the quality of service that we are known for. The healthcare industry can often be a physically and mentally demanding space in which professionals are required to go above and beyond what is typically asked of them. For this, we are extremely grateful. We’d like to take this opportunity to thank you for helping Salter HealthCare enjoy continued success and for the strong reputation it has earned!