Great Place to Work and FORTUNE have honored Eskaton as
one of the 2019 Best Workplaces for Aging Services. The
ranking considered feedback representing 223,183 employees
working for Great Place to Work-Certified organizations in Senior
Housing & Care and At-Home Care in the Aging Services industry.
“The value of creating great workplaces for all is a clear
competitive edge in the Aging Services sector,” said Michael
Bush, Great Places to Work CEO. “When organizations like Eskaton
treat their own people with care and respect, you can expect
their staff to treat your loved ones with that same care.”
Hear why joining the Eskaton family provides a sense of
Great Place to Work Institute has honored Eskaton with
certification as a Great Place to Work®. The certification
process considered more than 1,250 employee surveys from across
Eskaton’s locations. Great Place to Work®, an independent
research and consulting firm, evaluated more than 60 elements of
team members’ experience on the job. These included 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.
Eskaton is honored to be selected as a 2018 Best Places to Work
by the Sacramento Business Journal. Numerous companies
applied and only the best of the best were recognized based on
quantitative and qualitative survey results from hundreds of
employees across a variety of industries. Over 200 Eskaton
employees who were surveyed by a 3rd party agreed that our
nonprofit is a happy workplace with competitive pay,
comprehensive benefits and a culture of giving.
Why Work at Eskaton?
As the largest nonprofit in the Sacramento region, our benefit
packages recognize how important our employees are to us. We care
about the financial security, health, and well-being of you and
your family. We offer a competitive and comprehensive benefits
package to eligible employees.
THEN: In 1972, Cindy Powell graduated from Foothill High School
in Sacramento, where she was the first to be trained and hired
through the school’s Regional Occupational Program. She was 17
and her only job experience was babysitting, but she interviewed
at Eskaton American River Hospital and landed the job. NOW:
48 years later, Cindy is general services manager and
Eskaton’s longest-term employee.
Eskaton received a 2016 Fit-Friendly Workplace gold seal from the
American Heart Association. This award acknowledges the resources
and activities Eskaton offers employees for staying healthy and
Eskaton won top honors for the third consecutive year as the
Sacramento region’s most health-conscious
employer in the medium-size organization category. The
Sacramento Business Journal honored companies that scored well in
a survey evaluating their wellness programs.