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CARLSBAD, Calif.—Integral Senior Living (ISL), a premier provider of senior living management services in more than 100 communities across the country, has been named one of the top 12 places to work in the area.

Sponsored by The San Diego Union-Tribune, the award is presented to employers in San Diego County based on an anonymous employee survey that gathers responses regarding issues relating to workplace culture, including work-life balance, opportunity for growth and great management.

“We’ve always known that our associates are the most important factor in our success. To provide an excellent senior living experience to our residents, our associates need to feel empowered by their work,” said Collette Gray, president and CEO at Integral Senior Living. “That our people are fulfilled by their workplace experience is one of the most important metrics of success we could hope to achieve.”

To be eligible, The San Diego Union-Tribune mandates that a company must be located in San Diego County and employ at least 50 people. All employers are eligible, including public, private, nonprofit and governmental, and there is no cost to enter the Top Workplaces program.

About Integral Senior Living
Integral Senior Living (ISL), headquartered in Carlsbad, Calif., manages a progressive selection of more than 100 senior residences to meet the growing needs of today’s aging population. It manages independent, assisted living and memory care properties throughout 25 states. Ranked among the nation’s largest senior living providers, according to Senior Living Executive, ISL is founded on a care philosophy that fosters dignity and respect for residents and promotes their independence and individuality. The dedicated associates at each community are trained to maintain the highest standards of senior care services. For more information about ISL, visit Integral Senior Living’s website, blog and Facebook page.

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