For the fifth consecutive year, Holiday by Atria has been named one of the Best Workplaces in Aging Services™ by Fortune and their partner Great Place to Work. Holiday’s recognition is based on their certification as a Great Place to Work and the data gathered from biannual Employee Satisfaction Surveys.

Eighty-five percent of Holiday by Atria employees agreed with the statement, “I feel I make a difference here,” getting to the purpose at the heart of Holiday communities across the country: helping older adults live better together. Community employees empower residents every day to pursue new hobbies, make new friends, and live their best lives now.

“I started working in senior living over two decades ago because I wanted to serve older adults and make a difference in their lives,” said Mike Mejia, Holiday’s Chief Operating Officer. “From our community staff to our support center team, every job at Holiday offers rewarding benefits and rewarding work serving some of the wisest people on the planet – our residents.”

By 2040, one in five Americans will be over age 65. Americans are also living longer and are more active than before in their senior years. The need for independent living communities — and dedicated, compassionate employees to staff them — has never been greater.

Holiday is dedicated to providing the best experience for our employees, because investing in their employees is also an investment in their residents. Examples of some employee benefits include tuition reimbursement, loyalty reward programs and career advancement opportunities.

“An engaged group of employees who are excited to come to work every day creates an environment that attracts exceptional talent and builds a welcoming, dynamic community for the older adults who call Holiday by Atria home,” said Karen Sheean, Chief Human Resources Officer at Atria Senior Living. “I want to congratulate the team members in our communities who are working every day to support each other and our residents. I’m privileged to lead this team of passionate, engaged professionals.”

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