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LeadingAge North Carolina 2019 Compensation & Benefits Survey


LeadingAge North Carolina
2019 Compensation & Benefits Survey

Welcome to the 2019 LeadingAge North Carolina Compensation & Benefits survey. 

The survey covers pay rates in Continuing Care Retirement Communities (CCRC), Skilled Nursing, Assisted Living (including Residential Care), Senior Adult Day, Affordable Housing and communities that combine several levels of care at one site. 

Vital Research has developed the online format and is conducting the survey for LeadingAge North Carolina, thus ensuring confidentiality of community data. 

We want to thank you for participating in this survey. 

Getting Started 

The LeadingAge North Carolina 2019 Compensation Survey can be completed all at once or incrementally. At any time after completing a page and clicking on "CONTINUE" at the bottom of the page, you can click on the "Exit survey and return later" area that appears at the top right hand corner of each page and you will be taken out of the survey. When you return to the survey (provided that you are using the same computer) you will be taken to the point at which you left off. 

Please complete this survey for each participating community. If you have any technical questions about this survey, please contact Dr. Harold Urman at (888) 848-2511 or email him at 

In order to complete the survey more quickly and easily, we encourage you to use the Survey Worksheet to compile the information you need ahead of time. The following decision rules generally apply in completing the survey:
  • Report the number of employees as of January 1, 2019.
  • When completing the compensation information, please include pay ranges even if you do not have a formal pay range system.
  • When reporting typical hourly rates, do not include data if no one has been in the position for more than six months.
  • Do not report data for contracted employees.
  • Compensation rates should be as of January 1, 2019. 
You must answer all questions that begin with an asterisk "*".