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Rest Home Launches Exclusive Staff Benefits Card

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Thursday 17th December 2009


Rest Home Launches Exclusive Staff Benefits Card

Christmas has come early for more than 1200 Radius Residential Care aged care employees who were today presented with an exclusive staff benefits card giving access to a variety of major retailer’s products at discounted prices.

The special ‘Radius Staff Benefits Card’ is a new company initiative that enables valued employees to redeem 5 – 40% discounts on products at retailers such as Bunnings Warehouse, Beaurepaires, Guthrie Bowron and Queen B Linens.

“Radius is delighted to be able to offer this new exclusive staff benefits card to our valued employees. It’s a small way of giving thanks for the tireless work they do caring for the elderly and disabled in our 22 rest home hospital facilities across New Zealand”, says Brien Cree, Chief Executive Radius Residential Care Ltd.

Radius Residential Care is the only major residential care provider to offer a staff benefits card and Brien says the Company is continually looking for ways to give back to valued employees.

“These cards can be used by Radius employees and their families and friends and offer some great savings. And each year the retailers will be different so there will be discounts available on a huge variety of products,” says Brien.

The special benefits card was co-ordinated with the help of the Christian Supply Chain – a registered charitable trust that brokers preferential pricing and discounts for members.

“The new staff benefits card allows Radius to support not just our people but also give to the charitable trust so it’s win-win for everyone”, says Brien.

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