Questions and Answers about Meridian Senior Living

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What benefits does Meridian Senior Living offer?

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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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You will never see it, you will be long gone before this company gives you any benefits, all lies, They get tax breaks for each new employee for training money losses, so this type of company does not care to keep you long, they make a lot more money with a tax write off for what they call flipping employees.

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I thought the cost was nuts for family over 600 a check. Stayed on my old companies cobra. A little more but better coverage.

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After they provide insurance they cut your hours in half so you cannot pay for them and they don't have to.

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Unaffordable premiums for barely any coverage. I had to get my own coverage elsewhere.

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They provide medical, dental, vision, all which are still very expensive to use.

Answered - Executive Director (Former Employee) - IL

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None nothing at all

Answered - Office Assistant (Former Employee) - New York, NY

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If your full time you get benefits

Answered - Former Caregiver (Current Employee) - California

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You pay quite bit out of each check for benefits.

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The benefits go from the basic American Worker to a really expensive plan with Blue Cross Blue Shield. Benefits are not available for 90-days. American Worker requires lots of out-of-pocket costs.

Answered - Executive Director (Former Employee) - Texas

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