March 17, 2020
KNOXVILLE, TN–Dominion Senior Living has always employed a unique faith-based, culture-first model to provide an engaging work environment for employees and superior satisfaction for its residents. With a vision to “Honor God Through Service to Seniors,” and in order to uphold its vision Dominion believes it must continually support the lifeblood of its organization, its community team members. The organization understands the closing of several county school systems due to the COVID-19 pandemic has greatly impacted its team members that have limited resources for childcare services.
On March 13, 2020, Dominion Senior Living President and Partner Mark Taylor released a statement to all Dominion Senior Living employees.
“All Dominion Senior Living team members affected by recent school closings will immediately be eligible for our Employee Assistance Program that grants up to $500/mo. for childcare services, or until schools resume normal operating hours,” Taylor said.
“We believe Dominion Senior Living has a unique and irreplaceable culture defined by our commitment to God, our residents and each other,” Taylor added. “Our desire to create visionary senior living communities where we enable our team members to serve our residents and each other is the driving force behind our company and our success.”
Dominion Senior Living, a Knoxville based owner and operator and Great Place to Work-Certified™ Company, currently owns and operates 13 assisted living and memory care communities across South Carolina, Tennessee and Kentucky. Dominion also owns and operate four independent living communities under the brand of Everlan, located in Johnson City, TN; Clemson, SC; Chattanooga (Hixson), TN; and Louisville, KY; all set to open in 2020.