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Betty Ann Gulyas: Friendships define 20-year career with CHG

Betty Ann Gulyas, also known as “Queen Bee,” is an administrative assistant for our CompHealth permanent placement division in Trumbull, Conn. This month, she celebrates her 20-year anniversary with the company. She describes her experience with CHG as one filled with fond memories and irreplaceable friendships. Learn more about her in the Q&A below.

How has CHG changed since 1997? What has stayed the same?

Our databases, of course, have changed, making things easier for everyone to access information. And personally, I’ve added a few pounds and a few gray hairs! What has stayed the same is what we do and our core values — we still recruit medical professionals and help people in that way. People are still the most important part of our work.

What is your fondest work memory?

In March 2015, I was a recipient of the Putting People First award and won a four-day trip to Las Vegas for President’s Club. I took my daughter, and it was an absolute ball. It was so good to meet people from other offices who I had never met in person and put a face with their name.

What has kept you at CompHealth all these years?

I enjoy my friends, my job, and my commute to work is less than 10 minutes! Over the past two years, I have experienced some health problems, but without fail I have been supported by my friends, family and CHG family. I was able to take the time off I needed and knew I was never alone in my challenges.

Describe your CompHealth experience in three words.

Co-workers became friends.

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  • I heart you Betty Ann!! So grateful for all that you have done for me and most of all your friendship!

    Congrats!!

  • Congrats to my Boopers on 20 years at Comphealth! We experienced a lot together in these 20 years first as co-workers at Weatherby Health Care and now as co-workers and friends at CompHealth.

    I wish you nothing but the best as we continue on to make it another 20/30 years!!! Nahhhhhhhhhhhhh, collectively, we’ll be 150 years old! (LOL)

    What a blessing it is to reach the 20-year milestone – Congrats again!

  • Wow 20 years congratulations! All the best to you Queen Bee! Thanks for all that you do for the team. It has been a pleasure working with you and your keen insight and knowledge of the company, and the Norwalk area in general, is very helpful. I wish you all the best with your health and family and future endeavors. See you around. Sue:)

  • You were always my go-to person, Betty Ann, when I needed something done, something found, or something explained. You were– are! — indispensable to making the Connecticut team the winning office it is! Thanks for all the kindnesses you extended to me while I had the privilege of working with you. You are the best!

  • Congratulations on 20 years! Thanks for all you do for CompHealth and CHG! We are lucky to have you!

    Miss you.

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