I have been working at Welltower full-time (More than 3 years)
We have the most talented senior leadership team, that not only knows the business extremely well, they are experts at building strong relationships (they are genuine, down-to-earth lovely people too). They care about the bottom line and want to make sure our shareholders receive the biggest returns on their investments. We partner with the best operators in the best locations. I think the future looks extremely bright for Welltower. We can make a difference in how seniors live out their final years in the best communities and we can make a difference in how healthcare is delivered. Super exciting to be part of HUGE change and vision.
Employee moral. There seems to be a struggle with the changing of the guard for some employees who have been making tons of money and not producing high quality work. Their attitude is extremely negative and based on fear that their gravy train is coming to an end, which it should if they aren't producing results. I'm completely fine if a decision was made to let me go if it is for the betterment of the company. Welltower doesn't "owe" me anything, I'm grateful to have a job and benefits for as long as I can with them.
Advice to Management
Share more information with employees to help squash the negative vibe that some "team" members spread.
I applied through an employee referral. I interviewed at Welltower (Toledo, OH) in January 2017.
HR was profoundly unprofessional. Upon initial contact, interest was displayed on both sides, but no follow up was done for at least a month. I was flown out two separate times to Toledo for super day's with multiple vp's in investments. Hiring manager initially said we would be told within a week. After creating excuses for multiple weeks, an answer was finally given more than two months after the interview. The overall process was as unprofessional as could possibly be imagined. Having discussed with other candidates who went through the same process, the consensus is that the companies hr practices left a bad taste.