I've worked at no lift facilities before, but I'll just be honest with you - it doesn't always work the way it's supposed to.
For one, we always had trouble having enough lifts. When you only have one or two lifts to use among 5 or 6 aides, finding one can feel like the search for the holy grail. Of course, if you only have a few people who need the lift, it won't be bad.
At my facilty, 71 of the 80 residents are totally dependent and are supposed to be hoyer lifts...but we have only 3 lifts that work, so as I'm sure you can imagine, we end up doing a lot of lifting anyway.
BUT! If your facility is actually set up well for this to work, it will be wonderful on your back.