CHG is sometimes referred to as a "big, happy family." For some employees, however, that phrase rings very true -- they work each day with their family, whether it be a spouse, sibling, son, daughter, mother or father. Get to know our real-life CHG families in this series of weekly stories, We Are Family!We Are Family: The Paskett Pair Working at the same place as your spouse has its benefits, according to Nichole and Ryan Paskett, who both work at the CHG office in Salt Lake City. "I like carpooling, because I can do my makeup in the car while Ryan drives," Nichole expresses. "It is also nice to know my husband works for such a stable company and loves his job as much as I do." Nichole, a physician staffing consultant for the CompHealth locum tenens neurology/physical medicine and rehabilitation team, started at CHG in 2007 when her former manager, Alisa Weeks, recruited her to the company. She says that she loved the company so much that Ryan decided to apply and was hired about eight months later. "I really can see why we are on Fortune's list of 100 best companies. I have loved going to President's Club for the last three years and also am appreciative to work for a company that really has a vested interest in its employees," Nichole says. "I like that our CompHealth executive team really gets involved in the day-to-day business. I really like the people I work with and enjoy what I do so much!" Ryan, senior sales training specialist for CompHealth locum tenens, says he likes working for a company that makes employees feel appreciated. "I like the people, the culture, the parties and celebrations, the recognition and the work," Ryan says. "I really appreciate how our leadership teams remember that the people are the biggest asset." Nichole also appreciates CHG's work/life balance, especially now that she and Ryan have extended their family. "I have such a great manager and director that worked with me while I was coming back from maternity leave and having a hard time leaving my baby in daycare. They were so understanding, and everything has worked out. I really couldn't ask for a better set of people to work with!" Though they've worked together for more than four years, Ryan notes that he and Nichole are very professional at work and many employees don't know that they're married to each other. "When people finally make the connection, it's hilarious because people apologize for not knowing -- even though there's nothing to apologize for," Ryan says. Nichole finds the situations where co-workers make the connection amusing as well. "Sometimes when we walk out to the car together or when we were seen together at President's Club, people finally realize we are married and are like, 'OH!' Paskett isn't a super common last name, so I just think it is funny," Nichole shares.