Marjem Goldstein (right) and her fellow residents at Belmont Village Senior Living Hollywood Hills got to hear about baseball from former Dodgers player Tommy Davis.
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Belmont Village Senior Living was recently awarded certification as a Great Place to Work by the Great Place to Work Institute, an independent research and consulting firm. The certification process explored company culture and considered more than 1,500 employee surveys from across Belmont Village’s 28 community locations and corporate office.
The surveys evaluated more than 60 elements of team members’ experience on the job including employee pride in the organization’s community impact, belief that their work makes a difference, and feeling their work has special meaning. Rankings are based on employees’ experiences, no matter who they are or what they do. Continue reading “Belmont Village Senior Living Certified as a Great Place to Work®”
Belmont Village Senior Living’s Chief Marketing Officer Carlene Motto spoke with the Senior Care Growth podcast on hiring and employee culture. Read an excerpt from the transcript below or click here to listen to the complete podcast.
CMO Carlene Motto Talks Workplace Culture with Senior Housing News
Senior Housing News (SHN) caught up with Carlene Motto, Executive Vice President & Chief Marketing Officer at Belmont Village to talk about how the 27-community organization is overcoming human capital challenges in a record-low unemployment economy, and about their recently awarded “Great Place to Work” certification.
Belmont Village Lincoln Park Featured in Crain’s Chicago
Local families have a growing number of senior living options to choose from when an elder needs extra help and can no longer live alone.
A senior living building boom is underway in the Chicago area. In fact, about 4,000 new units of seniors housing are under construction here, the most of any big city in the country, according to the National Investment Center for Seniors Housing & Care.
Belmont Village Aliso Viejo, our newest community in Orange County continues to make construction headway. In March, the community had a topping out event celebrating a major construction milestone and. The three-story community is right on track for our projected opening in early 2019. The completed building will offer Assisted Living and Memory Care residences, featuring everything residents need to thrive physically, socially and mentally will be at their fingertips. For more information on Belmont Village’s residences and services, click here or call 949.643.1050.
The construction of Belmont Village Lincoln Park is making strides, keeping us right on track for a summer 2019 opening. The mid-rise building is nestled in the new Lincoln Commons area and will maintain the look and feel of the area with an architectural style very closely replicating the Nellie Black building that previously occupied the site. For more information on Belmont Village’s newest Chicago-area community, click here or call 773.327.2200.
UCLA Emeriti Retiree Relations Center and Belmont Village Senior Living present “Conversations with Art” in separate exhibits at Belmont Village Westwood and Belmont Village Calabasas.
The senior housing industry has long contemplated the “urban opportunity,” as large cities appear to be in-demand markets for retirement communities.
Plenty of developers are testing this hypothesis and breaking ground in high-barrier-to-entry cities such as New York City, Atlanta and Dallas.
To do this successfully, though, “it takes a willingness to jump through flaming hoops,” Dana Wollschlager, principal at senior living consulting firm Plante Moran Living Forward, said during a June 28 webinar hosted by Senior Housing News. Continue reading “How to Navigate the ‘Flaming Hoops’ of Urban Senior Living Development”