Luther Manor Receives National Great Place to Work® Certification
Luther Manor has been awarded certification as a “Great Workplace” from the independent analysts at Great Place to Work®.
Luther Manor earned this recognition based on extensive ratings provided by employees in anonymous surveys. Workers were asked to rank the company on the levels of trust, pride, and camaraderie they experience in the workplace.
“We saw employee engagement scores increase by more than 30% this year,” says Stephanie Chedid, President & CEO of Luther Manor. “Our staff put an incredible amount of hard work and commitment into creating a work environment to help us achieve certification status and experience remarkable outcomes.”
According to the Great Place to Work® survey, 85% of employees at Luther Manor said, “My work has special meaning. This is not just a job.” Other survey highlights include:
- 91 percent of employees report “great bosses”
- 92 percent of employees report “great challenges”
- 91 percent of employees report “great atmosphere”
- 94 percent of employees report “great pride”
A summary of the Great Place to Work® ratings can be found here.
“Last year, as a result of Luther Manor’s first-ever all-employee survey, we placed a significant investment in a corporate leadership development system to create a sustainable leadership culture throughout our organization,” says Lauren Malensek, Chief Human Resource Officer at Luther Manor. “A focus on improving our work environment has staff engaging their team members with new levels of respect, gratitude, and collaboration.”
Dr. Jacquelyn Kung, of Activated Insights, a Great Place to Work® senior care affiliate adds, “We applaud Luther Manor for seeking certification and releasing its employees’ feedback. These ratings measure its capacity to earn its own employees’ trust and create a great workplace —critical metrics that anyone considering working for or doing business with Luther Manor should take into account as an indicator of high performance.”
CEO Chedid says an emphasis on staff engagement has a ripple effect on achieving high resident satisfaction.
“Luther Manor’s staff is creating a culture of intentional excellence, abundant living, and trust to deliver God’s love with care, compassion and kindness to our residents and to one another.”