BUSINESS BRIEFS: Olympic Medical Center recognizes staff members; new employees hired at Sequim business

PORT ANGELES — Olympic Medical Center recognized

eight members of its Human Resources department at a recent meeting of the board of commissioners.

According to a press release, the staff members successfully implemented a new program to track performance appraisals for the more than 1,500 employees of the organization.

The staff also streamlined the employment application process to improve the efficiency of the organization’s hiring process.

Staff members honored were Robin Trent, Megan Finnie, Tammy Hueter, Charisma Luke, Samantha Jacobson, Katie Goytowski, Melissa Saksa and Adam Purcell.

Sequim building business hires new staff members

SEQUIM — Estes Builders recently announced the hire of several new staff members at its Sequim office.

According to a press release, Christian Kyser was hired as office manager, Angela Robar as sales

and marketing manager, Stacey Swann as a customer liaison and Michelle Hough as a custom home adviser.

Robar and Swann will work out of the firm’s Sequim office, Kyser and Hough will split their time between the firm’s Poulsbo office and its Sequim office.

For more information, call 360-703-9760 or visit www.estesbuilders.com.

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