Employee of the month of May June Tangiia.

June has been an excellent addition to our team, her Love and Care shows in her undeniable reliability.

June has been excellent with trying to help the Resource Team out. Always will to travel for relieving (Papakura to Mangere). Always happy to help, always reliable for relieving

Linda Muller

We asked June to share a little about herself. Here’s what she had go say.

Tell us a little bit about your background?
I am Cook Island born. Married, mother to three children. Grandmother to three and great-grandmother to one

What sorts of things do you do in your job?
Personal Care. Household Care.

Tell us about your customers / a normal day at your job?
Help customer with housework, vacuuming, and sometimes cleaning. My Personal care which includes showers, personal presentation, making their beds, preparing their clothes for after shower and making a nice cup of tea.

What training have you completed at Pacific Homecare?
Everyday Leaders, First Aid, and in the process of completing my Health & Wellbeing Level 3 certificate

What do you like most about working at Pacific Homecare?
The people I work with, the customers that I meet every day.

Who inspires you?
My customers. Some of them have great attitudes and does not allow their illness to define them

At the end of your working day, what do you like to do?
Relax and read a book

Favourite type of music?
Gospel and Old School music from the ’60s, ’70s, and ’80s

Favourite food?
Island food ofcourse!

What are you into right now?
Reading. My favourite hobby

What languages do you speak?
Cook Island Maori, I speak very good English too!

What are your hobbies?
Reading. Listening to Gospel Music

What’s your favourite childhood memory?
Climbing mountains and swimming all day with sister and friends

What did you want to be when you grew up?
I have always wanted to be a teacher and a librarian. I got to experience both a teacher and a librarian

If you weren’t doing this job what would you be doing?
Teaching or volunteering at the Salvation Army Op Shop

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