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In 1993, Emeritus Senior Living began offering an alternative to seniors who could no longer live at home, yet did not require full-time nursing home care. Since then, Emeritus Senior Living has...
Mission: We are passionately committed to making a difference in...
Here at Emeritus, an array of special elements come together to make this an incredible place to build a career for those who truly have a passion for service to seniors.
The Assisted Living Federation of America (ALFA) also regularly recognizes us for numerous honors. In 2008, we received the “Best of the Best” award for our innovative Employee Commitment Conversations program. In this groundbreaking program, Emeritus senior managers visit our communities to meet with staff in an open forum. The goal: to hear first hand about issues that affect them and receive suggestions for enhancing employee and customer satisfaction.
Then, in 2009, we were awarded the “Best of the Best” award for our sales and marketing best practices as we launched our new brand identity. And in 2010 and 2011, our outstanding staff members have won a combined three Hero awards for rising above their daily duties to really make a difference in the lives of the residents in their care.
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President and Chief Executive Officer
Accepted Offer – Interviewed in Tennessee City, TN (US) Sep 2012 – Reviewed Mar 24, 2013
Interview Details They falsified the job description from what the job entails in reality. They told me no weekends or holidays...not so, required to work the weekend before and after Christmas AND New Years. Including Christmas and New Years Days. said job would be building relationships, in the senior living… – Full Interview
I can't think of anything difficult about the interview. – Answer Question