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Ragan Communications Awards: Devereux recognized as finalist for ASCEND program


Catherine Kortlandt

Devereux was recently recognized as a finalist in Ragan Communications’ Employee Communications Awards in the Employee Education/Training Program category for its ASCEND Career Accelerator Program.

Devereux Advanced Behavioral Health was recently recognized as a finalist in Ragan Communications’ Employee Communications Awards in the Employee Education/Training Program category for its ASCEND Career Accelerator Program.

Devereux ASCEND is an industry-leading program designed to provide employees with the career guidance, one-on-one coaching, skills and financial assistance they need to reach their full potential, both personally and professionally. ASCEND’s integrated program categories include: 1) multi-track career path and advancement opportunities; 2) financial support for tuition and education costs; 3) personalized career coaching; and 4) mentoring/professional development. Learn more about Devereux ASCEND.

“We are thrilled and honored to be recognized by Ragan Communications for our efforts to support our dedicated employees who give nothing less than their all – every day,” said Devereux Senior Vice President of People Operations Mike Ernst, SHRM-SCP. “With Devereux ASCEND, we are helping team members at every level of our organization hone their strengths and skills, achieve their professional developmental goals and make an even greater impact on the individuals and families we serve.”

Devereux will be honored with the other finalists during Ragan Communications’ Employee Communications Awards luncheon on April 18 in Chicago.

About Ragan Communications

Ragan Communications has been delivering trusted news, training and intelligence for more than 50 years to internal and external communicators and business executives via its conferences, webinars, training, awards, subscriptions and its membership divisions. Its daily news sites – PRDaily.com and Ragan.com – are read by more than 600,000 internal and external communicators monthly.

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