Six people are no longer employed with the Gloucester-Mathews Humane Society shelter. In the past few months, the administrative assistant, part-time bookkeeper, humane outreach coordinator, shelter manager, and two animal care employees have left their posts.
"No one has been fired," said GMHS executive director Amanda Wroten.
According to Wroten, the staff departures are a result of those employees having the desire to fulfill career goals, family pursuits, and other opportunities.
"Several were gracious enough to stay on through my onboarding (last month) even though their notice or intention to leave had been given to the GMHS board of directors months prior," Wroten said. "I appreciate their consideration and participation in my orientation to the shelter."
She said the shelter is currently seeking to fill the positions of administrative assistant, humane outreach coordinator, two animal care employees and is evaluating shelter management structure. She said all position...
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