Eagle Health, LLC, a Cape Fox Corporation (CFC) subsidiary, recognizes Beth Van de Bussche. Beth’s focus, detail-oriented work, and high level of performance have earned her recognition. In July, Eagle Health awarded Beth a Cape Fox Tinàa Award for Employee Excellence. This award is presented to employees who stand out for their dedication, performance, dependability, productivity, and attitude. Beth’s many years of experience, combined with her commitment to her work, have produced positive results that have garnered notice. She is an asset to the Eagle Health team and Cape Fox.
Beth is an HR Specialist on Eagle Health’s Department of Justice (DoJ) contract. She provides expert guidance in Employee and Labor Relations, focusing on conducting investigations, reviewing complaints, addressing grievances, contract negotiations, and liaising with labor organizations on various topics. She started working for Eagle Health in January 2021 and has been an asset to the contract.
Beth was recently recognized by the Deputy Director of Administration within the Office of Administration, Human Resources at the DoJ. Beth was praised for a phenomenal job cataloging information related to a Union memo and “has been laser-focused on tracking activity and information provided to the union.” Beth’s work was recognized and appreciated as integral to the effort.
Beth has over 20 years of experience in the field, working in support of a Labor Union for 19 of these years. Beth recently completed her Master’s degree in Management through American Public University and is pursuing a second Master’s in Human Resource Management which she anticipates being completed by the summer of 2023. Beth credits the Cape Fox tuition reimbursement program as an aid in her completion of these programs.
In her personal life, Beth likes to remain busy and active. One of her favorite hobbies is gardening, and she is known by many to be a “plant whisperer.” She is an avid plant collector with over 120 orchids from all over the world, three dozen tropical/exotic plants, many flower beds, vegetable gardens, and herb gardens. She visits local stores weekly to purchase new plants to bring back to life. She donates the revived plants to local nursing homes for patients to enjoy. Additionally, Beth loves to cook and bake for her. She also has a house full of animals, including four English Mastiffs, five cats, a rabbit, a hamster, a couple dozen chickens (with more incubating), a duck, and various wildlife she feeds around her property.
Eagle Health is thankful to have Beth on our team. Beth’s passion for her job is reflected in her work. Her dedication and her high-performance level make her a remarkable asset. Thank you, Beth!