Senior Caregiver Employee Benefits

Working as a professional senior caregiver provides employee benefits along with a fulfilling career in a growing industry, as the large population of Baby Boomers (77 million) begin aging (anyone born between 1946 and 1964 falls into this generation).

Benefits Offered by Senior Care Companies Include:

  • Health Insurance (may require co-payments)
  • Dental Insurance (may require co-payments)
  • Life Insurance and Disability Insurance
  • Hospital Indemnity Plan
  • Short-Term Disability Insurance
  • Retention Bonus
  • Performance Bonus
  • Gift Certificates for Special Incentives
  • Company Holiday Pay
  • Retirement Plan (SIMPLE or 401K)
  • Discounted Entertainment Tickets
  • Credit Union Membership
  • Mileage Reimbursement
  • Referral Bonus for Referring Other Caregiver Applicants and Clients
  • Paid Training
  • Increase in Pay Upon Acquiring Additional Training
Gaining professional experience as a senior caregiver will begin a career path in senior care. You may continue to obtain certification or training in specific areas or become a LPN (licensed practical nurse) or RN (registered nurse) as both of these nursing degrees first require training as a Certified Nursing Aide.