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Registered Dietician

The Clare Chicago, IL

In this position you will be responsible for planning and coordinating menus, charting, working one-on-one with residents, and managing, scheduling… CareerBuilder

9 days ago

RN and LPN Openings in Senior Care

The Clare Chicago, IL

Registered Nurse- PRN, day shift (6:45 a.m. to 7:15 p.m.) Licensed Practical Nurse- PRN, night shift… CareerBuilder

11 days ago


Emeritus Gardnerville, NV

is not necessarily a comprehensive list of all duties, responsibilities and working… Jobg8

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    Good place to start a career and gain some entry level experience, but learning and growth opportunities are limited

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    Former Employee - Senior Staff Accountant in Seattle, WA
    Former Employee - Senior Staff Accountant in Seattle, WA

    I worked at Emeritus Senior Living full-time (more than 3 years)


    Flex hours, laid back office environment, some cool perks like half days every other Friday during the summer, a few great individual leaders/mentors


    Accounting work was simplistic and not challenging at all, mostly consisting of babysitting and correcting the errors of untrained business office directors at the communities. No real learning opportunities or exposure to advanced accounting concepts, no audit exposure, etc. The experience here was limited and results in a lack of exit opportunities. Growth opportunities exist in terms of moving up within the department, but even that has a lack of variety and depth and is basically just managing people doing the same basic entry level work.

    The accounting department also didn't do a good job of promoting. In my time there they moved at least two people into management who were great doers but terrible leaders, resulting in unhappy, mistreated staff. There were a few great people moved up also, but the percentage of misses was too high

    Pay and benefits were both at the bottom of the Seattle market.

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