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4 days ago

REGIONAL SALES LEADER

Holiday Retirement Las Vegas, NV

include the following (other duties may be assigned): Direct, manage and allocate both Community and Area Sales Leaders (ASL�s and CSL�s) in… Holiday Retirement


4 days ago

COMMUNITY SALES LEADER

Holiday Retirement Las Vegas, NV

Holiday Touch � Must demonstrate the ability to support, practice, and deliver the �Holiday Touch� 100 percent of the time through the practice of… Holiday Retirement


4 days ago

COMMUNITY CO-MANAGERS�

Holiday Retirement Las Vegas, NV

"ommunity Management Careers at Holiday Retirement Work as a two person team managing one of our independent senior living communities Your hard… Holiday Retirement


4 days ago

REGIONAL DIRECTOR

Holiday Retirement Las Vegas, NV

include the following (other duties may be assigned): Must be competent and knowledgeable in operations, policies, and procedures. Must be committed… Holiday Retirement


4 days ago

STRATEGIC SALES LEADER

Holiday Retirement Las Vegas, NV

Conduct lead generation and conversion activities. Provide hands-on sales coaching and field training to Community and Regional staff on lead… Holiday Retirement


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Holiday Retirement President & CEO Kai Hsiao
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  1. 1 person found this helpful  

    Exhausting-demanding

    • Comp & Benefits
    • Work/Life Balance
    • Senior Management
    • Culture & Values
    • Career Opportunities
    Current Employee - Community Manager
    Current Employee - Community Manager

    I have been working at Holiday Retirement

    Pros

    Love the residents-built good relationships with them. 3 meals/day, rent free, benefits.
    Very challenging position.

    Cons

    Too demanding, we are community managers and we are working there more then 60 hours/week-not including the e-calls at night. My husband continues to go down there on days off, because there's so much work-maintenance issues amongst other things.
    We are understaffed. The company cuts corners, is cheap, pays little and demands more hours. I used to work 70-80 hours/week, but stopped giving them my time. I care for the residents, but have to let go. I pray for upper management to get a heart and care for the community, residents and the ones they hrie.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    It starts with the ones you hire-treat them right, pay them right, respect them-stopping belittling them and give them credit where credit is due. Give them more money for staff. Stop picking on them. Encourage them, believe in them. Get a change of heart. If upper management does not change, it will forever stay the same. Kai- if you're in this for the money, it will continue down the cold, revolving path it's on. To be successful, you need ot like and care about people more then money-otherwise what's the point. Have a passion-love what you do even if you don't get paid for it-then you're on the right track. Get a warm heart, change your attitude, or change your career.

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