Just like our residents, we get better every year. Leisure Care has been certified as a Great Place to Work® for the second year in a row. Learn more about the certification process and what makes Leisure Care such a great place to work!
Great Places to Work is on a mission to help every company become a great place to work for all. For over 30 years, Great Places to Work has surveyed more than 100 million employees to define what defines a great workplace. They have found that great places to work must have trust in their employees, pride in their jobs, ad enjoyable co-workers. We are proud to be named among the best places to work!
In collaboration with Activated Insights, Great Places to Work conducted an exhaustive survey encompassing 100% of our dedicated employees across all our communities. The evaluation scrutinized 60 facets of our team members’ work experience. They found what we’ve known: Leisure Care is an exceptional place to work.
Through their research, they found
- 83% of Leisure Care employees said it was a great place to work
- 89% felt like they were made to feel welcome when they joined the company
- 87% felt like their work made a difference
- 88% felt their work had special meaning
- 89% of employees said people celebrated special events
- 88% said they felt good about the ways they contribute to the community.
At Leisure Care, we provide career opportunities where individuals truly matter, and they know it. The work they undertake is not only vital to our company’s success but also profoundly meaningful for the families and seniors we serve throughout life’s journeys. Our employees feel supported by their incredible colleagues and trusted by their supervisors.
We are proud to call Leisure Care a Great Place to Work® and would love for you to join us on our mission to reinvigorate and revolutionize the senior living experience. Check out our career opportunities and join the fun!
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