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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!

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

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

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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.

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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!

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Treat the residents in memory care with respect, if you give love and try to reason with the ones who have the capability of understanding they will work with you. Now, if you rush, yell and handle them in a caring manner a lot could be accomplished. In the hiring process inform the candidate what the position entailed, without a proper training certain residents cannot be handled. Provide the necessary equipment to handle certain residents that are not able to move freely this will avoid any additional aggravation of wounds to the resident.

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Med techs were given about $10.50 to $13.00 and hour. More of you were an LVN less if you were just trained to med tech.

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Yes you do have to be certified by the state of NC.

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