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Holiday Retirement New York, NY

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

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Holiday Retirement New York, NY

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

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Holiday Retirement New York, NY

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

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Holiday Retirement New York, NY

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 New York, NY

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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    Greedy company with NO respect, NO support, and NO trust for their Community Managers.

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    Former Employee - Community Manager in New York, NY
    Former Employee - Community Manager in New York, NY

    I worked at Holiday Retirement full-time (more than 5 years)


    Working for 80 and 90 year old residents is VERY rewarding. We stayed with the company longer than we should have because of the residents. They trusted and cared for us as much as we did for them. They are indeed the "Greatest Generation". We very much enjoyed working for and interacting with them.

    Company pay and benefits were good.


    ALL Managers are treated the same - they are micro-managed to the hilt! 3 sales conference calls per day and 2 daily written sales reports - even if your community is 100% occupied! As a manager of a multimillion dollar building/business, the Managers cannot order anything over $50 without written approval and at times, this level is dropped to zero. Regional Director was very weak, often allowing regional Chefs, and others to run ruff shot. Lots of egos at the regional level. All Holiday (Fortress Investment Group) is interested is how much money they take from senior citizens. 4 - 5.5% rent increases are given to existing residents EVERY year. Market rates for new residents increase 8 - 10% EVERY year. Meanwhile, yearly pay raises for employees average 2%, and increases to resident services (such as food, activities, etc.) increase 0 - 3%. This is a very shameful company preying on our senior citizens. (NOTE: The work week is 50+ hours AND at least 3 on-call nights per week, which we became accustomed to, and were fine with - but could be a negative to others).

    There are NO career opportunities for Community Managers. Jobs are not posted, and I've never seen or heard of a Community Manager being promoted to a regional position.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    1. Stop GOUGING our senior citizens. Yes, you should be able to make a fair profit, but you should NOT be able to GOUGE your residents. 2. Treat your best Managers with more respect, support and trust - particularly long term managers who keep your communities full and profitable. These managers are the daily face of your company. They sell and service your customers each day. Treat them better! The constant turnover of GOOD Managers costs the company a LOT of money. It is no wonder the turnover rate for Managers at Holiday Retirement is close to 50% per year! Consider making your better Managers - SENIOR Managers - and give them higher spending limits, more leeway, etc. TRUST THEM!

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