SageLife Recognized as a Great Place to Work for 6th Straight Year

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SPRINGFIELD, PASageLife is proud to announce it has been named a Great Place to Work for the 6th consecutive year.

The Great Place to Work certification process includes a comprehensive survey, culture audit, and assessment, all aimed at measuring the level of trust in an organization and the consistency of the employee experience.

“SageLife is committed to creating avenues for individual growth, development, and success, where every individual can reach their true potential,” said Kelly Andress, founder and president of SageLife. “We truly believe that inspiring happy, motivated teams is the key to achieving remarkable results.”

The Great Place to Work certification recognizes organizations that prioritize a positive workplace culture with an ongoing dedication to employee satisfaction and well-being. 100 percent of employees are surveyed on topics including pride in the organization’s community impact, the belief that their work makes a difference, and feeling their work has special meaning.

“Great Place to Work is a fantastic opportunity to take a close look at what is happening inside your organization, and how we can create an environment for an overwhelmingly positive employee experience,” added Andress. “Clear and honest leadership, fair treatment and employee recognition are priorities, and this survey keeps us accountable.”

SageLife, with senior living communities located in Ambler, Malvern, Paoli, and Wallingford, PA; Frederick, MD; and Hudson, MA, is committed to redefining the concept of senior living, based on the principle of empowering individuals to age successfully within supportive and enriching communities.

For more information about SageLife and its award-winning senior living communities, please visit

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