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21 days ago

Executive Chef

Holiday Retirement Sanford, FL

Though this can be a challenging role, the rewards can be immeasurable. In return for your valuable contributions to our residents, you’ll gain the… Holiday Retirement

5 days ago

Upcoming Community Manager

Holiday Retirement Orlando, FL

Thank you for your desire to become a prospective Community Managers. Even if there are currently no openings in your desired location, we would love… Holiday Retirement

25 days ago

AL Learning & Development Specialist III

Holiday Retirement Orlando, FL

At Holiday, we are serious about helping seniors enjoy a well-earned retirement. If you are a talented and driven leader who shares our passion to… Holiday Retirement

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Holiday Retirement President & CEO Kai Hsiao
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    Current Employee - Sales Leader in Bloomington, IN
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    I have been working at Holiday Retirement full-time (More than a year)


    Holidays off. This can be a great job if both your regional managers are family-minded and understand what an average day in a community looks like.


    Managers are required to assist with sales... While also responsible for everything else IMAGINABLE. Team after team burns out. People even talk about it during their initial training-- stories of past managers. Sales Leaders feel enormous pressure to repeatedly call the same people. In addition to sales skills, you're required to know a lot about skilled nursing facilities, hospitals, and how to create relationships with doctors, RNs, etc. in order to get referrals. However, none of the Sales Leaders' initial training covers this information. If you're hired for a large community, that might be okay. But if you're hired for a low lead generating community, then you'll rely heavily on your regional for training. My best advice is to enjoy the job while you have it and not sacrifice any time with family to help after hours. (I use to almost every day for a long while.) Many employees have gone, so it's best not to let the company rule your life. If enough employees draw the line, maybe Holiday will hire enough managers and SLs to accomplish the daily tasks it likes to assign and still manage to maintain wonderful relationships with the residents.

    Advice to Management

    Holiday, you conducted a survey of all the residents over 100 years old, asking them what advice they would like to pass on. The most frequent answer was "I wish I had spent more time with my children." Practice what you preach. Community Managers deserve just as much dignity and consideration as the seniors they serve. It is ridiculous how long they've been overworked. Give them guaranteed time off. Likewise, make it easier for SLs to use their PTO so that they don't feel guilty for leaving their team. If you want major outreach marketing to be done while still ensuring visitors receive great tours, hire an outreach Sales Leader full-time. Overall, Holiday, I feel like you're genuinely trying to change a lot of things. The food is fantastic. Now please, show us that you care even more about your employees.

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