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Connections Magazine

Events Issue

In this issue:
Annual Heart Heroes Event Hosted at Parkland ...
Talk About Health at Parkland at the Gardens[...
Talk About Health Cape Breton
Talk About Health in Clayton Park
First Annual Awards Gala
Doctor Bill Thomas and the Age of Disruption
Pink Shirt Day
Team Shannex supports Coldest Night of the Ye...
Walk for Alzheimer’s
Celebrating Indigenous Peoples Day at Parklan...
Long Term Care Proud
Shannex Excellence Awards 2023
Wellness Month Roundup
Exploring Opportunities in Long Term Care
Filipino Heritage Month

Annual Heart Heroes Event Hosted at Parkland at the Gardens

November 4, 2015

On November 4, 2015, Parkland at the Gardens hosted the annual Heart Heroes event, a fundraiser which recognizes those who touch the hearts of Maritimer’s and work to make a difference in supporting heart health. The proceeds of this event support the efforts of the Maritime Heart Centre; an organization dedicated to advancing heart disease prevention programs and treating those who suffer from heart disease. This is the third year that the event has been held at Parkland at the Gardens and the Parkland team couldn’t be happier to support such an important cause.


Dr. Camille Hancock Friesen, President of Maritime Heart Centre, was present for the event and gave a touching testimonial about past Parkland at the Gardens resident, Roy Steed, who passed away in August. Mr. Steed’s contributions to the Maritime Heart Centre were fundamental in advancing the organization to where it is today.


There were many laughs, tears and applause during the Heart Heroes testimonials. Heart Heroes who were recognized throughout the evening included: Eric Banks, Pamela Davidson, Ralph and Shirlee Medjuck and Dr. Howard Wightman, all who shared touching stories about their experiences with the Maritime Heart Centre and the impact the organization has made on their lives.


This event is so near to our hearts here at Shannex and we are happy to support such a wonderful cause. Thank you to all who attended and we hope to see you at next year’s annual Heart Heroes event![:fr]Désolé, cet article est seulement disponible en anglais.


On November 4, 2015, Parkland at the Gardens hosted the annual Heart Heroes event, a fundraiser which recognizes those who touch the hearts of Maritimer’s and work to make a difference in supporting heart health. The proceeds of this event support the efforts of the Maritime Heart Centre; an organization dedicated to advancing heart disease prevention programs and treating those who suffer from heart disease. This is the third year that the event has been held at Parkland at the Gardens and the Parkland team couldn’t be happier to support such an important cause.


Dr. Camille Hancock Friesen, President of Maritime Heart Centre, was present for the event and gave a touching testimonial about past Parkland at the Gardens resident, Roy Steed, who passed away in August. Mr. Steed’s contributions to the Maritime Heart Centre were fundamental in advancing the organization to where it is today.


There were many laughs, tears and applause during the Heart Heroes testimonials. Heart Heroes who were recognized throughout the evening included: Eric Banks, Pamela Davidson, Ralph and Shirlee Medjuck and Dr. Howard Wightman, all who shared touching stories about their experiences with the Maritime Heart Centre and the impact the organization has made on their lives.


This event is so near to our hearts here at Shannex and we are happy to support such a wonderful cause.

Thank you to all who attended and we hope to see you at next year’s annual Heart Heroes event!

Talk About Health at Parkland at the Gardens[:]

January 7, 2016

Nova Scotia is spending more and more money on health care, but Nova Scotians aren’t getting any healthier. This is a big challenge and the health system can’t solve this problem alone. We need your help!


Shannex has partnered with the Nova Scotia Health Authority to host a series of conversations that will give you the opportunity to share your opinions. Join us for Talk About Health, where you can join a conversation about the health of Nova Scotians and what that means for us as individuals, communities and as a province.


Location: Parkland at the Gardens 5732 College Street, Halifax
Date: January 13, 2016
Time: 4:00 p.m.-6:00 p.m.
For more information contact Elliot Kavanagh at 902-497-0729 or ekavanagh@shannex.com

Talk About Health Cape Breton

February 16, 2016

Clients and members of the public are invited to attend an important discussion about healthcare in Nova Scotia.


The province is spending more and more money on health care, but Nova Scotians aren’t getting any healthier. This is a big challenge and the health system can’t solve this problem alone. We need your help!


Shannex has partnered with the Nova Scotia Health Authority to host a series of conversations that will give you the opportunity to share your opinions. Join us for Talk About Health, where you can join a conversation about the health of Nova Scotians and what that means for us as individuals, communities and as a province.


Clients and members of the public are invited to attend.


Location: Parkland Cape Breton, 118 Kenwood Drive, Sydney
Date: March 3, 2016
Time: 6:00 p.m.-8:00 p.m.
For more information contact Nadine Oliver at 902- 567-6912 or noliver@shannex.com

Talk About Health in Clayton Park

March 4, 2016

Shannex has partnered with the Nova Scotia Health Authority to host a series of conversations that will give you the opportunity to share your opinions. Join us for Talk About Health, where you can join a conversation about the health of Nova Scotians and what that means for us as individuals, communities and as a province.


Nova Scotia is spending more and more money on health care, but Nova Scotians aren’t getting any healthier. This is a big challenge and the health system can’t solve this problem alone. We need your help! Clients and members of the public are invited to attend.


Location: Parkland Clayton Park 118 Fairfax Drive, Halifax
Date: Friday, March 11
Time: 2:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.
For more information contact Sharron Martell at 902-404-4042 orsmartell@shannex.com

First Annual Awards Gala

May 18, 2016

May 18, 2016 (Halifax) – On May 11, more than 120 individuals from across the organization attended the first annual Shannex Awards Gala. It was an exciting evening filled with inspirational and touching stories about the great people who work at Shannex.


“This awards ceremony was long overdue,” said Jason Shannon, Shannex President and COO. “We’ve come so far since my father purchased his first nursing home in 1988 and we know great people are the foundation of our success. An annual event like this is the perfect way to recognize the commitment, dedication and passion our employees display every day.”


During the Gala, we recognized long service milestones and retirements; managers who completed the Striving for Greatness or Achieving Excellence portions of the Shannex Leadership Development Program; and 19 Excellence Awards for volunteers, environmental sustainability, safety, sales achievement, service excellence and leadership.


The Shannex Awards Gala will continue to be something to look forward to every year. Nominations for the 2017 Shannex Excellence Awards will be open in January and we expect to receive even more nominations next year.


Shannex Incorporated has been in business since 1988 and is a leader in seniors’ accommodation, service and care, providing home care, retirement living, assisted living, memory care and nursing home care in Nova Scotia, New Brunswick and Ontario. The Employee Recognition Program provides several ways to recognize and celebrate our great people for going above and beyond at work.

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Inquiries:
Heather Hanson
Vice President, Strategic Partnership & Brand
hhanson@shannex.com
(902)446-8005
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Doctor Bill Thomas and the Age of Disruption

May 31, 2016

HALIFAX, NS – Shannex is proud to be the premier sponsor for the Atlantic Canadian leg of Doctor Bill Thomas’ Age of Disruption Tour. One of the most innovative and creative thinkers working in medicine today, he will make a series of stops across Nova Scotia and New Brunswick in June.


Created by Dr. Bill Thomas, the Tour brings a radical new approach — and conversation — to growth and aging. The 2016 tour features two parts: Disrupt Dementia, a community-based workshop disrupting stereotypes around dementia; and a signature non-fiction theater performance, Aging: Life’s Most Dangerous Game, featuring an engaging blend of myth, science, original music and storytelling, with musical guest, Nate Silas Richardson.


Shannex is pleased to be the premiere sponsor for Doctor Thomas’s event focusing on changing the conversation around the aging community. See the event listing below to see when the tour is stopping in your area:


June 13: Kennebecasis Valley High School – 398 Hampton Road, Quispamsis, NB
June 14: Kinsella Auditorium – 9 Duffie Drive, Fredericton, NB
June 15: Bella Rose Arts Centre – 283 Thomas Raddall Drive, Halifax, NS
June 16: Membertou Trade and Convention Center – 50 Maillard St, Membertou, NS
June 17: Salle Jeanne-de-Valois, Université de Moncton – 68 rue Notre-Dame-du-sacré-Coeur, Moncton, NB

At each tour stop Disrupt Dementia will be offered from 2:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. and Aging: Life’s Most Dangerous Game will be offered from 7:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.


For ticket purchase and event information, visit the event page.


For more information on Doctor Bill Thomas, “The Age of Disruption”, or to buy tickets to an event near you, visit drbillthomas.org.

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Inquires:
Heather Hanson
Vice President, Strategic Partnerships and Brand
hhanson@shannex.com
902-446-8005
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Pink Shirt Day

February 22, 2017

Today, February 22nd, Shannex employees are wearing pink shirts (or scrubs) in support of Pink Shirt Day. We know that bullying is not only a problem on school grounds—it happens around boardroom tables, in lunch rooms and in many social settings. Everyone deserves to be respected and we want everyone to feel safe, supported and understood at work.


Shannex strives to maintain a healthy work environment for all employees. Ensuring our homes, buildings and offices are fair, inclusive and void of bullying is a shared responsibility, and Shannex employees are guided by the Respectful Workplace and Anti-Harassment Policy.


Employee wellness is important to us and we believe it positively impacts work and home environments. We are proud to show our support for Pink Shirt Day.  Encouraging a positive, safe and comfortable environment every day is a priority for Shannex.

Team Shannex supports Coldest Night of the Year

April 5, 2017
Coldest Night of the Year 2017 participants


For the last two years Brad Dykens, a CCA from Orchard Court, has led Team Shannex in participating in the Coldest Night of the Year, a fundraiser for hungry, homeless, and hurting individuals and families across Canada.


The Shannex Team went above and beyond this year and exceeded their fundraising goal by raising approximately $4,000.


Team Shannex included Brad Dykens, Deborah Baxter and her son Hayden and friend Oliver, Nora Newcombe, Helen Nickerson, Jenn Comeau, Cassie Lynn and her husband, Janelle Penner, Jennifer Penner and two of their friends.


Thank you to everyone who supported and participated in this campaign. And a big thank you to Brad for his great leadership with this fundraiser!


The above story was also featured in our April 2017 issue of Connections. Click here  to read more great stories from our corporate publication. 

Walk for Alzheimer’s

August 1, 2017


Thank you to everyone who participated in, donated to, or supported the Walk for Alzheimer’s events this year. This was our first year as presenting sponsor in New Brunswick and we continued the tradition of sponsoring the Nova Scotia walks as well.


Alzheimer’s and other dementias impact so many of us. We know how important strong support systems, education, research and community programming is in our communities which is why we continue to support the Alzheimer Society.


This year across Nova Scotia and New Brunswick, Shannex raised more than $14,000. These funds will stay in our communities and provide essential programs and services that work to effectively alleviate the personal and social consequences of Alzheimer’s disease and other dementias.


The above story was also featured in our July 2017 issue of Connections. Click here to read more great stories from our corporate publication. 

Celebrating Indigenous Peoples Day at Parkland at the Gardens

June 21, 2022

June 21 each year marks National Indigenous Peoples Day. This is a day to honour and celebrate the traditions, customs and contributions of Canada’s First Nations, Inuit and Métis people and learn more about their history.

Last year, 12-year-old Mi’kmaw youth, Landyn Toney, made headlines as he walked over 195 km in honour of First Nations children and people impacted by Residential Schools in Canada. In Landyn’s “Journey of Awareness,” he raised over $46,000 to support Indigenous communities.

Following his walk, Landyn, his sister Mataya and his mother Marsha stopped by Parkland at the Gardens to speak with the residents. Yesterday, one year after their first visit, Parkland at the Gardens was honoured to host the family once again.

At 2 p.m., Landyn and his family led residents in a Treaty Walk as they walked down College Street in downtown Halifax. Following the walk, Marsha spoke to the residents about Freedom Day, the former Indian Residential School grounds in Shubenacadie, N.S., where Indigenous children from all over the Maritimes attended until the school closed in 1967. One of the survivors was Landyn’s great-grandmother.

Leading up to their second visit to the community, Parkland residents came together and raised $772 to donate to Landyn’s Journey of Awareness. Maureen Banyard, a resident at Parkland at the Gardens, led the efforts and presented Landyn with the cheque. Following the cheque presentation, residents and team members took part in a smudging ceremony performed by Landyn.

Wela’lioq Landyn, Mataya and Marsha for connecting with Parkland residents. We look forward to hosting you again next year.

For more information on First Nations, visit your local Friendship Centre. Find a location near you, here.

Long Term Care Proud

August 17, 2022

Shannex Enhanced Care

This year, we joined our sector partners to recognize Long Term Care Day in Nova Scotia (June 23) and Nursing Home Week in New Brunswick (June 6-10).

We are proud of our Great People who work to improve the lives of residents in long term care communities every day. Thank you for your ongoing commitment and dedication.

Members of the Cedarstone Enhanced Care Team celebrate Long Term Care Proud Day.
Losier Hall team members Billy Dean, Elizabeth Davis, and Erica Sutherland stand together for a picture.
Ryan Hall residents and team members gather for a photo.
(L-R) Back: Mae Berggren, Krista Vaughan, VJ Agra, Holly Conway, Judy Wells, Ed Pottie.
Front: Betty Conrad, Catherine Ingram, Muriel Canning, Karen Coulstring, Loretta Grandy.

Shannex Excellence Awards 2023

August 1, 2023

Every day at Shannex, Great People go above and beyond to create exceptional resident experiences and a positive, fulfilling work environment where team members are seen, heard and celebrated.

Our pursuit of excellence continues to be inspired by our values and team members who are compassionate, honest, professional and safe in all they do.

Our words, actions and contributions have a meaningful and lasting impact on one another, and on those we serve and for this reason we gather every year to recognize those who have played an integral role in shaping our communities.

The 2023 Excellence Awards recipients are a shining example of why Shannex and its Great People are Leading the Way to Better Living.

Here are this year’s Excellence Awards recipients:

Volunteer Excellence Award

The Volunteer Excellence award provides an opportunity for team members to recognize the incredible volunteers that donate their time, energy and creativity to residents at Shannex.

Janet Harrigan

Volunteer, Parkland in the Valley
Quispamsis, New Brunswick

Elaine Gray and Grace the Doxie

with the St. John Ambulance Therapy Dog Program, a volunteer at Monarch Hall

Sales Excellence Award

Presented to individuals who demonstrated the highest sales achievement in their region.

Victoria Roberts

Lifestyle Consultant, Parkland at the Gardens
Halifax, Nova Scotia

Christine McGee

Lifestyle Consultant, Parkland in the Valley
Quispamsis, New Brunswick

Grace Miksa

Lifestyle Consultant, Parkland on the Glen
Mississauga, Ontario

Environmental Sustainability Excellence Award

Awarded to an individual, or group of individuals, who demonstrate initiative in performance and process improvement that enhances Shannex’s overall environmental sustainability. This year the award went to both an individual and a group.

Jinky Meneses

Housekeeping, Parkland at the Gardens
Halifax, Nova Scotia

ISO Certification Team

Vince Neville, Harbourstone Enhanced Care

Scott Wade, Faubourg du Mascaret

Steven Doyle, Parkland in the Valley

Peter Henderson, Arborstone Enhanced Care

Eddie Balnaves, Parkland on the Eglinton West

Care Innovation Excellence Award

Recognizes an individual or project team that demonstrates a creative approach to improving a care practice. One that not only has the ability and potential to improve the quality of life and care of residents of their site but could be replicated and in-turn improve the quality of care across our organization.

Crystal Mackay

LPN, Care Coordinator, Colchester Region
Colchester, Nova Scotia

Christopher Reinhardt Safety Excellence Award

Awarded to a team member who demonstrates excellence in Health and Safety, the annual Shannex Safety Award is dedicated to the memory of Christopher Reinhardt in recognition of his passion and dedication to safety in the workplace.

Rose Lynn Demeter

LPN, Arborstone Enhanced Care
Halifax, Nova Scotia

Service Excellence Award

Awarded to individuals that live our values, guiding principles, and demonstrate service excellence every day. This was a huge category and had over 70 nominations – we have a variety of team members across all our divisions in all provinces who won this award.

Elizabeth (Betty) Farrell

Long Term Care Assistant, Cedarstone Enhanced Care
Truro, Nova Scotia

Pam Irvine

Workforce Manager, Nova Scotia Enhanced Care
Nova Scotia

Bruce Lutes

Recruitment Specialist, New Brunswick Regional Office
Moncton, New Brunswick

Cassidy Hulbert

Wellness Coach, Parkland at the Gardens
Halifax, Nova Scotia

Barb Livingstone

Client Service Attendant, Parkland Clayton Park
Halifax, Nova Scotia

Michelle Nason

Client Service Coordinator, Parkland Saint John
Saint John, New Brunswick

Leoval Ba-al

Sous Chef, Parkland Riverview
Riverview New Brunswick

Reefat Talukder

Health and Wellness Manager, Parkland on Eglinton West
Etobicoke, Ontario

Stephanie MacDonald

RN, Team Lead, Parkland Antigonish
Antigonish, Nova Scotia

President’s Leadership Excellence Award

Given to an individual who demonstrates excellence in leadership and exhibits all our core values and Guiding Principles.

Kyle Richardson

RN, Director of First Nations Services and
Regional Manager, Sydney Enhanced Care
Sydney, Nova Scotia

Founder’s Seal of Excellence

Presented to a campus that demonstrates high performance in Resident Satisfaction, Health and Wellness, Financial Stability, Employee Engagement and Employee Satisfaction.

Celtic Court

Sydney, Nova Scotia

Congratulations to this year’s Excellence Awards winners. Your commitment to making our communities a great place to live, work and visit is remarkable.

Want to become one of our Great People? Learn more about rewarding careers at Shannex.

Wellness Month Roundup

November 9, 2023

Throughout October, we celebrated our 9th annual Wellness Month led by the Occupational Health, Wellness & Safety team. This year’s theme challenged our Great People to improve their physical, psychological, social and community wellbeing.

Together, we celebrated a culture of wellness that energized us all.

Tag #ShannexWellnessMonth to show us how you’re taking charge of your wellbeing.

Highlights

  • This years’ theme was “Total Health is Achievable”
  • Over 15 sites participated in the wellness challenges
  • Inspired by Physical Wellness Week, our Parkland communities offered community flu vaccination clinics
  • This year, Shannex Wellness Month coincided with National Healthy Workplace month
  • Kim Ritcy, Manager at Parkland Riverview circulated a “Know Your Lemons” cart at Royal Court, Canterbury Hall and Monarch Hall to support Breast Health Awareness
  • Shannex Home Office participated in Psychological Wellbeing Week with a group Yoga class, “The Working Mind Session” hosted by Learning & Development, and a colouring challenge
  • Parkstone’s Tammy Day, Kelsey O’Neil, and Cindy Marble raised an outstanding $500 for Alice House during Community Wellbeing Week

Week 1: Physical Wellbeing Week

Healthy eating is more than the foods we eat, it is also about where, when, why and how we eat. If we are more aware of our eating habits, we are more likely to make healthier food choices.

Here are some tips to practice mindful eating:

  • Make every meal a time to relax (choose to sit at a table and turn off the devices)
  • Use your senses and pay attention to texture, taste, aroma and flavours
  • Listen to your own hunger and fullness cues
  • Avoid eating while doing other tasks
  • Consider where food comes from
  • Eat slowly and enjoy every bite

Now mindful eating takes time and practice and doesn’t happen overnight, but why not take some of these tips and work it into your daily habits.

The Challenge: Team member submitted their favourite recipe, pairing it with a description or story of why it is meaningful.

Week 2: Psychological Wellbeing Week

Mental health includes how you feel about yourself, the quality of your relationships and your ability to manage and cope with the challenges.

Here are some tips to break down mental health stigma:

  • Educate yourself on mental illness
  • Be aware of your own attitude, behaviours and biases towards mental illness and mental health
  • Be mindful of the impact of your language and say things like “this person lives with mental illness” rather than “this person is mentally ill”
  • Talk openly about mental health
  • Sign up for The Working Mind course

Let’s all be a champion when it comes to our own mental health and wellbeing as well as our friends, family and colleagues. Let’s ask each other “How are you doing today”?

The Challenge: Colouring can help reduce stress, so team members were provided with crayons and mental health colouring pages.

Week 3: Social Wellbeing Week

Social wellbeing is building and maintaining healthy relationships and having meaningful interactions with those around you. It is having a sense of belonging while valuing diversity. It involves open communication, boundary setting, and mutual respect.

Support social wellness within the workplace and outside the workplace by:

The Challenge: Social Bingo Cards were provided to help team members get to know their coworkers.

Week 3: Community Wellbeing Week

We can find inspiration within our communities. We can use community to solve problems, foster relationships, support each other, and work towards common goals. When we are a part of a community, we tend to be happier, healthier, and more engaged.

Here are some helpful tips to building a strong workplace community:

Ways to give back to your community:

  • Support a local charity by organizing a food drive, clothing drive or collecting supplies for a shelter
  • Challenge colleagues or other sites in your region to see who can raise the most money or donations for a charity of choice

The Challenge: To create an individual activity for your site, and focus on a community activity to give back.

Exploring Opportunities in Long Term Care

February 26, 2024

Three Shannex team members were guest speakers at the Centre of Excellence for Health to share their career paths and why they chose to work in long term care.

Bruce Lutes – Recruitment Specialist, New Brunswick  

Bruce Lutes has been with Shannex for almost three years and is a Recruitment Specialist, Bruce is involved in many projects from working to attract team members to our new communities to supporting recruitment events that happen across the province of New Brunswick.   

As an expert in recruitment Bruce shared information on our different service lines, the many roles available at Shannex, our Employee Total Rewards Program, professional development opportunities and the benefits of working in long term care, like: 

  • Working to your full scope of practice  
  • The meaningful connections with residents and families  
  • Teamwork environment – always someone willing to lend a hand  
  • Career progression opportunities 

“Working in a long term care community is a rewarding challenge, and the people that you meet become your family,” says Bruce. “If you are interested in working in a nursing home, volunteer with us and see what it’s all about.” 

View Bruces’s presentation at: https://centresofexcellencenb.ca/health/?speaker_series=ltc-week-exploring-opportunities-in-long-term-care-with-a-shannex-recruitment-specialist  

Morgan Lambert – Work and Learn Educator, Fredericton  

Morgan Lambert has been working at Shannex for nearly nine years in a variety of roles. Her path with Shannex started as a Personal Support Worker, where she worked for a year and a half while she studied to become a Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN). After graduation, she started caring for residents as an LPN right away. She then became a Rehabilitation LPN and she enjoyed this position for three and a half years before moving into her current role as an instructor. 

Morgan feels that the possibilities are endless when it comes to the nursing field and encourages people to try as many things as possible when navigating career opportunities. 

“When I was younger, I always wanted to be a nurse as I had a lot of nurses around me in my family,” she said. “The thought of another career path truly never crossed my mind. My mom was an LPN and was my career mentor.”  

View Morgans’s presentation at: LTC Week – Rehabilitation Licensed Practical Nurse with Shannex | Centre of Excellence for Health (centresofexcellencenb.ca)

Alex Gagné – Activity Coordinator – Pavillon Richard, Faubourg du Mascaret 

Alex Gagné is an Activity Coordinator at Pavillon Richard, a licensed nursing home located on the Faubourg du Mascaret campus in Moncton, NB. She has been a part of the Shannex team of Great People for seven years. Alex initially joined Shannex as a Personal Support Worker (PSW) in 2017, and quickly realized that this is where she wanted to be.  

“It was one of my work placements that introduced me to the idea of working in a nursing home,” she said. “After that experience, I realized that I love working with the seniors.”  

As an Activity Coordinator, Alex is responsible for creating engaging, interesting, and eventful activities that keep residents active and social. She works with residents, families, loved ones, and team members to make everyone’s day fun. 

She adds, “If you are looking for an exciting and engaging job that fills your day with amazing people, this is the position for you. You get to make a real difference in others’ lives. I love what I do.”  

Filipino Heritage Month

June 20, 2024

June is Filipino Heritage Month in Canada. A month-long celebration recognizing the culture and contributions of one of Canada’s largest ethnic groups.

During this special month, let’s learn more about the traditions of Filipino Canadians through the cultural and traditional activities happening within our Shannex and Parkland communities.

Throughout June, we will share stories on all our content channels honouring our Great People of Filipino decent.

At Shannex, we strive to create culturally safe places to work and live and are committed to establishing and cultivating a workplace that reflects the diversity of our Great People -and the communities in which we operate.

As we celebrate Filipino Heritage Month through participation in events and festivities in the community, it is most important to consider how we can make meaningful cultural change. We acknowledge and appreciate the contributions made by Filipino communities across the country in many essential roles. Your hard work and resilience are noticed and appreciated.


Meet our Great People from the Filipino community and see how we are
celebrating Filipino heritage:


Diversity, Inclusion, Equity, and Belonging Courses

Shannex Connects offers several online courses on Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion. I invite you to begin your learning journey there. 

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