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If you are interested in working with one of their communities, I would encourage you to ask questions regarding the work environment and culture during your interview maybe even ask for a tour of the building after your interview. I feel like work environment and culture is more of a community specific qualification. Hope this helps!

Answered by Meridian Senior LivingSeptember 1, 2016

I would ask this during your interview - it could be different based on each community.

Answered by Meridian Senior LivingSeptember 1, 2016

Meridian Senior Living provides Medical, Dental, Vision, 401K, Short Term Disability, Long Term Disability, and they also have sick and vacation leave.

Answered by Meridian Senior LivingSeptember 1, 2016

This is going to be job specific. I like to encourage candidates to be equipped with a set of questions to ask when they go to the interview as well! We are interviewing you, but you are also interviewing us as a possible future employer of yours!

Answered by Meridian Senior LivingSeptember 1, 2016

When I got hired I visited the community, completed an application, they set up an interview with me to come back a day later, and after the interview they talked about orientation and worked it around my schedule...I felt they were very considerate of my time.

Answered by Meridian Senior LivingSeptember 1, 2016

I wouldn't base my staff off of seniority or as in how long they have been with the company if a staff member that is apart of a building we manage has multiple complaints or has had questionable habits that have been noticed by other employee's I would investigate it in full by calling in a meeting with the people who work under that person, i.e if it were business office admin under scrutiny I would contact that person's staff as well as others to see what is what. Also, staff members should not have clique's everyone should be treated fairly and if they have done wrong they should be reprimanded for such actions as well as anyone else apart or covering for them, doesn't matter if they're low or high on the totem pole with the job title.

Answered August 5, 2020

It sat 12+ it’s more like 9 more lies. You won’t get that raise they promise either

Answered May 2, 2019

Yes they did do drug testing

Answered October 1, 2019

The management and some workers and being over work

Answered December 24, 2019
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