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Holiday Retirement Washington, DC +24 locations

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

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Holiday Retirement Washington, DC +24 locations

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

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Holiday Retirement Washington, DC +24 locations

include the following (other duties may be assigned): Direct, manage… in achieving set Occupancy/Move-In goals. Mentor, coach and guide Community Managers Holiday Retirement

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Holiday Retirement Washington, DC +24 locations

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
Kai Hsiao
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    High Stress and Underpaid

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    Former Employee - Floating Manager
    Former Employee - Floating Manager

    I worked at Holiday Retirement full-time (more than 3 years)


    Good benefits and you can meet some truly amazing seniors. As far as culture and values they don't walk the talk. CEO, Kai, has had some good ideas such as requiring new Regional Directors to work for 2 weeks in a community to get a better understanding of how a community works and the demands on managers but he never seems to be allowed to implement them.


    As a community manager you may expect to put in long hours that include being on-call overnight several nights per week to respond to resident emergencies. There is extreme pressure from upper management to sign up new residents including those who are not appropriate to the community or to retain residents who are disliked by other residents and staff due to belligerent behavior. Also the compensation package includes your "luxury apartment" and in my experience of almost 4 years with the company I've yet to see a manager's apartment that fits anyone's idea of being luxurious. Also the meals you eat in the dining room while on duty are counted as part of your compensation even though the food is usually, though not always, mediocre at best, high in carbohydrates, and low in protein. Executive chefs receive an end of year bonus for saving on the food budget which is a bad idea. They used to bonus on new move-ins which promoted better food and presentation.

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    Hire a separate staff member for overnight duty or an office assistant for every community. Managers are underpaid and overworked thus the extremely high turnover. Turnover for new hire co-managers is alleged to be 60% within their first 90 days.

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