Lasell Village is a distinctively different continuing care retirement community that fosters lifelong learning as part of its overall approach to satisfying retirement living. At Lasell Village, we strive for a caring, enriching, and vibrant community for our staff team as well as our residents and the overall community.
Lasell Village is home to more than 200 residents in independent living apartments, Lasell Studios, a 9 apartment supported living unit, and Lasell House, a 38-bed skilled nursing, and rehabilitative facility.
I am over the age of 60 and I have worked here for several years. This is a close knit community that cares about quality of life issues for the staff and the residents. It is a special place to work because of the team and the commitment to the core values. The 403b match is appreciated.
Beautiful facility that focuses on lifelong learning for residents. In my time here I have enjoyed the teams that I have worked with and find the majority of co-workers happy to lend a hand. We are proud to have staff here at the beginning of their professional careers as well as those here long after retirement age.
The esthetics of the buildings are great. Benefits are great. There is a home-like feel working here. Vacation policy could be stronger. More work from home options or flexible hours are needed.
Great benefits package, including matching 403B and 100% tuition reimbursement at Lasell College. Flexible schedules Beautiful facility Enjoyable working environment Great Mission
Its a great team work environment and easy hours. The residents whom live here are fun and outgoing people to get to know.
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