Brightview Senior Living Lands on Best Companies to Work For List
BALTIMORE, MD — Brightview Senior Living, a Baltimore-based senior living developer, owner and operator, was named on the annual Great Place To Work® and Fortune magazine’s 2023 Fortune 100 Best Companies to Work For® list, placing at 92. Brightview – which remains the only senior living company on the list – earned a spot for the second time.
To determine the 100 Best Companies to Work For, Great Place To Work analyzed the anonymous survey responses of more than half a million employees from Great Place To Work Certified™ companies with at least 1,000 workers. Companies also submitted essays describing their efforts to offer generous and innovative support for workers, which were validated against employee survey responses.
“Brightview has long operated with a people-first mentality, knowing that engaged and fulfilled associates create engaging, vibrant communities for our residents and families,” said Brightview Senior Living President & CEO Doug Dollenberg. “This honor celebrates the work of every one of our 5000+ associates and validates the benefits of Brightview’s associate-focused culture. We are excited to celebrate this achievement and welcome anyone interested in creating a meaningful career to consider joining our team.”
Making the Fortune 100 Best Companies to Work For list is highly competitive. Survey responses reflect a comprehensive picture of the workplace experience. Honorees were selected based on their ability to offer positive outcomes for employees regardless of job role, race, gender, sexual orientation, work status, or other demographic identifier.
Brightview’s culture has been acknowledged over the years with accolades from: 2022 PEOPLE Magazine Companies that Care® (2022, 2021), Number One Best Workplace in Aging Services™ (2019-2022), Fortune Best Workplaces for Women (2022, 2019), Fortune 100 Best Companies to Work For (2021) and Certification by Great Place to Work®.
“It’s in times like these that the best workplaces separate themselves,” says Michael C. Bush, CEO of Great Place To Work. “In a challenging economy, many companies reduce investments in their people and scale back goals for diversity, equity, and inclusion. But these companies, the 100 Best, relentlessly pursue a better work experience for every employee, and if anything, double down on the employee experience regardless of title, tenure, gender, or ethnicity. These companies know this is how you increase performance, productivity, and your innovation velocity when your firm needs it the most.”
“Fortune is pleased to have collaborated once again with Great Place To Work to recognize the 100 Best Companies to Work For,” says Fortune Editor-in-Chief Alyson Shontell. “We congratulate all the organizations included in this year’s ranking for creating positive work environments and value for their employees, especially during this period of economic uncertainty.”