Home care organizations occupy spots on ‘Best Workplaces in Aging Services’ list


Fortune magazine’s annual “Best Workplaces in Aging Services” list once again features a number of familiar names from the home care space.

The top 15 home care organizations on this year’s list include ComForCare, Senior Helpers, 24 Hour Home Care, Compass Care and Reliant at Home. The SCAN health plan has also been included.

Every year, Fortune compiles a list of the best places to work based on the “Trust Index,” which helps gauge workers’ views and opinions of their employers by completing 60 statements using a scale five points and responding to two open-ended responses. -questions completed.

The list — compiled by Activated Insights, a subsidiary of Great Place to Work — was created with feedback from more than 140,000 U.S. employees.

The group of 15 organizations included a mix of franchise networks and independent home care providers. Several of the organizations – such as 24 Hour Home Care and Senior Helpers – have been on the list for several years in a row.

ComForCare – a Best Life Brands company – has also been included with At Your Side.

Company sizes range from companies with less than 100 employees – like Apex Home Health & Hospice based in Santa Ana, Calif. – to some with more than 12,000 like Senior Helpers of Maryland.

According to survey results, 91% of Senior Helpers employees said it was a great place to work. That same number was 92% for ComForCare, 86% for 24-hour home care, 90% for Compass Care and 89% for Reliant at Home.

The full list of home care organizations is below:

– White Glove Community Care
– ComForCare / By your side
– Senior helpers
– Apex Home Health & Hospice
– Amada Senior Care
– Take care to stay at home
– Butte Home Health and Hospice
– Care indeed
– Sunland Home Care
– Home help
– 24-hour home care
– Compass maintenance
– SCAN Health Plan
– Elite Home Health Care
– Addicted at home

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