Compare Atria Senior Living vs H.G. Fenton BETA

See how H.G. Fenton vs. Atria Senior Living compare on employee ratings, job openings, CEO approval, business outlook and more.

Employee Ratings

Overall Rating
(full-time and part-time employees only)
(based on 748 reviews)
(based on 33 reviews)
Career Opportunities
Compensation & Benefits
Work-life balance
Senior Management
Culture & Values
CEO Approval
Atria Senior Living Ceo John A. Moore
71%John A. Moore
H.G. Fenton Ceo Michael P. Neal
100%Michael P. Neal
% Recommend to a friend
Positive Business Outlook


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What Employees Say

"Free meals"(in 42 reviews)
"Residents are great"(in 26 reviews)
There are no reviews matching this company.
"Long hours"(in 30 reviews)
"Low pay"(in 30 reviews)
Featured Review
"Great company"Nov 9, 2019

Former Employee - Maintenance Director

I worked at Atria Senior Living full-time for more than a year


Team environment with family atmosphere. All the residents are great!


No cons! Great career. Would change a thing.

Current Contractor - Administrative/Property Management

I have been working at H.G. Fenton for less than a year


This is a long overdue review but I feel that I owe it to the employees that make this company an amazing place work and to the leaders of H.G. Fenton that created a culture and environment that make... better happier employee’s who want to go to work not just because have to. I temped for H.G. Fenton’s corporate office in Mission Valley and different properties they own in San Diego and Carlsbad for about 8 months. I could go on and on but I know that where you work impacts your work/life balance so I will give you a perspective from an outsider who has lots of experience with companies who write catchy slogans and call it a mission statement and put a few colorful words and call it their culture then ask you to work while you are vacation, not that these were bad companies they just haven’t figured out to be the best you have to have a TEAM of people and give them room to sore! What I believe the company pros are; Every person I worked with I would consider them to be A+ employees; Hardworking, loyal, good at the job they performed and above all kind and truly caring. It is not easy to get a job at H.G. Fenton for a reason; they have seasoned recruiters that work relentlessly to find the best talent. I worked next to the talent scouts and was amazed and intrigued by their hiring process. They are organized and work as a team, no one turns anyone away that needs help. I knew I could walk into any of their properties even if I have never been there before and know exactly what to do and if I had questions any one I asked would take the time to make sure I had everything I needed. This is a customer service driven company so if you are not one to give %110 it may not be the place for you. A good reason to work at their corporate office is its bright and cheery and the upbeat vibe is contagious. Even better they have not only a stocked frig that includes all kinds of great drinks even some of my favorite healthy drinks but they also have a team of people (I forgot what they are called) but their job is to make your day more enjoyable, they put out snacks daily, plan events and even brought me a heater because the office I worked in was cold. I was a temp so I have no idea about their benefit package but I do know they have amazing perks like at their corporate office employees get the week off during the Holidays that is not counted as their vacation time WOW!


Ok now for the things I thought were cons; No place is perfect! They had vendors over the holidays bring in every irresistible treat you could think of so you have to buy bigger pants for the... holidays! Not really a con but suggestion, if someone reads this from the company I wish H.G. Fenton would branch out and sell services to other companies and teach them how to mirror what you and your employees created, I would love everyone that wants to experience real work/life(to live) balance.

Advice to Management

You rock! To me a sign of a healthy company is happy employees. I was only temping for you but your culture even made a impact on me, after temping for you I wasn't going to settle for a company... that didn't have high standards and appreciate the hard work I do!

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