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WINTER PARK, Fla.—Great Place to Work Institute has honored Holiday Retirement with certification as a Great Place to Work for the fourth consecutive year. This honor extends to 201, or 84 percent, of its senior living communities.

According to the study, 78 percent of employees consider Holiday a great workplace. The Trust Index Survey is based on five aspects of trust: credibility, respect, fairness, pride, and camaraderie. The certification process includes anonymous employee surveys from across Holiday’s 240 locations.

Great Place to Work Institute, the independent research and consulting firm, evaluated more than 60 elements of team members’ experience on the job. These included employee pride in the organization’s community impact, belief that their work makes a different, and feeling their work has special meaning. These rankings are based on employees’ experiences, no matter who they are or what they do.

“A strong and engaging work environment allows our employees, and our company, to overcome obstacles—something that was evident throughout the COVID-19 pandemic,” said Lilly Donohue, Holiday Retirement CEO. “We know that our commitment to putting our employees at the center of what we do, is what drives our success at delivering the best services to our customers and upholding our mission of helping older people live better.”

“We applaud Holiday Retirement for seeking certification and releasing its employees’ feedback,” said Dr. Jacquelyn Kung, of Great Place to Work’s senior care affiliate Activated Insights. “These ratings measure its capacity to earn its own employees’ trust and create a great workplace for high performance.”

Holiday Retirement employees completed 6,127 surveys, resulting in a 92 percent confidence level and a margin of error of less than ± 5 percent.

The following 201 Holiday Retirement communities received Great Place to Work distinction:

Alabama: Eastdale Estates, Montgomery; Monarch Estates, Auburn; Rocky Ridge, Hoover; University Oaks, Mobile.

Arizona: Desert Rose, Yuma; Madison Meadows, Phoenix; Vista de la Montaña, Surprise; Vista del Rio, Peoria; Westgate Village, Glendale.

Arkansas: Andover Place, Little Rock; Apple Blossom, Rogers; Butterfield Place, Fort Smith; South Wind Heights, Jonesboro.

California: The Bonaventure, Ventura; Bridgecreek, West Covina; The Camelot, Hemet; The Chateau at Harveston, Temecula; Fig Garden, Fresno; Hilltop Estates, Redding; Las Brisas, San Luis Obispo; Mission Commons, Redlands; Mistywood, Roseville; The Oakmont, Chico; The Palms, La Mirada; Redwood Retirement Residence, Napa; Shasta Estates, Redding; Sierra Hills, Porterville; The Springs of Escondido, Escondido; Valencia Commons, Rancho Cucamonga; Walnut Park, Visalia.

Colorado: Greeley Place, Greeley; Highland Trail, Broomfield; Lakewood Estates, Lakewood; Longmont Regent, Longmont; Pueblo Regent, Pueblo; Quincy Place, Denver; Sugar Valley Estates, Loveland; Sunridge, Colorado Springs.

Connecticut: Cedar Woods, Branford; White Oaks, Manchester.

Florida: The Atrium at Gainesville, Gainesville; Augustine Landing, Jacksonville; Azalea Park, Lakeland; Belleair Towers, Clearwater; Cherry Laurel, Tallahassee; Marion Woods, Ocala; Regency Residence, Port Richey; Sterling Court, Deltona; The Tremont, Oviedo; University Pines, Pensacola; The Venetian Gardens, Venice; Windward Palms, Boynton Beach; Woodlands Village, Bradenton.

Georgia: Laurel Grove, Lawrenceville; Pinegate, Macon; The Regency House, Decatur; Riverplace, Columbus; Smoky Springs, Gainesville; Washington Commons, Evans.

Hawaii: Hawaii Kai, Honolulu; Kalama Heights, Kihei.

Illinois: Blair House, Normal; Curtis Creek, Quincy; Montvale Estates, Springfield.

Indiana: Arbor Glen, Fort Wayne; Parkside Court, Columbus; Redbud Hills, Bloomington; Willow Park, Evansville.

Iowa: Beaverdale Estates, Des Moines; Illahee Hills, Urbandale; Mallard Point, Cedar Falls; Palmer Hills, Bettendorf; Walden Place, Iowa City.

Kansas: Grasslands Estates, Wichita; Greenwood Terrace, Lenexa; Thornton Place, Topeka.

Kentucky: Hartland Hills, Lexington; Oxmoor Lodge, Louisville; Ponder Creek Estates, Louisville.

Louisiana: Nouveau Marc, Kenner; Whealdon Estates, Baton Rouge.

Maine: Kittery Estates, Kittery; The Woods at Canco, Portland.

Massachusetts: Devonshire Estates, Lenox; Summer Place, Chelmsford.

Michigan: Ashford Court, Westland; Aurora Pond, Wyoming; The Inn at Cass Lake, Waterford; Lincoln Square, Grand Rapids; Sterling Place, Southfield; Wescourt, Saginaw; Winter Village, Frankenmuth.

Minnesota: The Lodge at White Bear, White Bear Lake.

Mississippi: Chateau Ridgeland, Ridgeland.

Missouri: Briarcrest Estates, Ballwin; The Cambridge, Springfield; Country Squire, St. Joseph; Orchid Terrace, St Louis.

Montana: Aspen View, Billings; Grizzly Peak, Missoula; Hunter’s Pointe, Helena

Nebraska: Rolling Hills Ranch, Omaha.

Nevada: Carson Plaza, Carson City;Montara Meadows, Las Vegas; Sky Peaks, Reno.

New Hampshire: Birch Heights, Derry.

New Jersey: Yardley Commons, Voorhees.

New Mexico: Bear Canyon Estates, Albuquerque.

New York: Diamond Ridge, Troy; Manor at Woodside, Poughkeepsie

North Carolina: Carmel Place, Charlotte; Cedar Ridge, Burlington; Creekside Terrace, Winston-Salem; Crescent Heights, Concord; Emerald Pond, Durham; Forsyth Court, Winston-Salem; Gardens at Wakefield, Raleigh; Jordan Oaks, Cary; The Lodge at Wake Forest, Wake Forest; Pinecrest, Hickory; Shads Landing, Charlotte; The Stratford, High Point; Willow Grove, Matthews; The Woods at Holly Tree, Wilmington.

Ohio: New England Club, Cincinnati; Pearl Crossing, Strongsville; The Worthington, Gahanna.

Oklahoma: Prairie Rose, Tulsa; Silver Arrow Estates, Broken Arrow; Tallgrass Estates, Bartlesville.

Oregon: Garden Valley, Roseburg; Gresham Manor, Gresham; Madrona Hills, Salem; Parkrose Chateau, Portland; The Regent, Corvallis; Rock Creek, Hillsboro; Rogue Valley, Grants Pass; Sheldon Oaks, Eugene; Stoneybrook Lodge, Corvallis; Vineyard Place, Milwaukie.

Pennsylvania: Bethel Park, Bethel Park; Essex House, Lemoyne; The Manor at Oakridge, Harrisburg; Whispering Oaks, Hermitage.

South Carolina: Ashley Park, Charleston; Deepwood Estates, Lexington; Eagle Crest, Myrtle Beach; Forest Pines, Columbia; Indigo Pines, Hilton Head; Westminster, Greenville.

South Dakota: Holiday Hills Estates, Rapid City

Tennessee: Creekside at Shallowford, Chattanooga; Echo Ridge, Knoxville; Jackson Meadow, Jackson; The Manor at Steeplechase, Franklin; Uffelman Estates, Clarksville; Windlands East, Madison.

Texas: Arlington Plaza, Arlington; The Bentley, Dallas; The Chateau, McKinney; Colonial Village, Longview; Copperfield Estates, Houston; Cowhorn Creek Estates, Texarkana; Cypress Woods, Kingwood; Dogwood Estates, Denton; The El Dorado, Richardson; Fox Run Estates, Arlington; Heritage Village, McAllen; Highland Estates, Cedar Park; Madison Estates, San Antonio; Paradise Springs, Spring; Parkview In Allen, Allen; Parkwood Meadows, Round Rock; Pinewood Hills, Flower Mound; Polo Park Estates, Midland; Renaissance-Austin, Austin; Renaissance-Sherman, Sherman; Rosewood Estates, Tyler; Ventura Place, Lubbock; Whiterock Court, Dallas.

Utah: The Harrison Regent, Ogden; Olympus Ranch, Murray; Pioneer Valley Lodge, North Logan; The Seville, Orem.

Virginia: Colonial Harbor, Yorktown; Elm Park Estates, Roanoke; The Fairmont, Manassas; The Virginian, Richmond.

Washington: Bedford, Vancouver; Cascadian Place, Everett; The Garden Club, Bellevue; Harvard Park, Spokane; Kamlu Retirement Inn, Vancouver; Orchard Park, Yakima; Park Plaza, Walla Walla; Peninsula, Gig Harbor; Willow Gardens. Puyallup.

Wisconsin: The Jefferson, Middleton; Oakwood Hills, Eau Claire; Village at The Falls, Menomonee Falls.

Wyoming: Whispering Chase, Cheyenne.

About Holiday Retirement
Holiday Retirement is in the business of helping older people live better. Pioneering the concept of independent senior living in 1971, Holiday Retirement has grown to help more than 25,000 residents in 43 states live better. Holiday Retirement is also recognized as a Great Place to Work®. For more information about Holiday Retirement visit holidayseniorliving.com. Follow us on FacebookInstagramTwitter or LinkedIn.

About Great Place to Work
Great Place to Work is the global authority on high-trust, high-performance workplace cultures. Through its certification programs, Great Place to Work recognizes outstanding workplace cultures and produces the annual Fortune “100 Best Companies to Work For®” and Great Place to Work Best Workplaces lists for Millennials, Women, Diversity, Small & Medium Companies, industries and, internationally, countries and regions. Through its culture consulting services, Great Place to Work helps clients create great workplaces that outpace peers on key business metrics like revenue growth, profitability, retention, and stock performance.

Learn more at Greatplacetowork.com and on LinkedInTwitterFacebook and Instagram.

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