At some point, most everyone will go on a job hunt. Either you want a position filled or you want to be the one to fill it, and it is no different in the multifamily housing industry. If you’re trying to become a property manager or looking to hire one for the very first time,
Employment Screening Tips
Since 1998, employment laws seeking to “ban the box” asking about a job applicant’s criminal history have spread throughout the U.S. With “ban the box” employment regulations affecting private employers across 16 states (plus D.C.), it is unlikely that this criminal record legislative trend will go away anytime soon. If you are a private employer,
While being in property management may seem a lot simpler from those on the inside, on the outside it can seem very complex. If you’re considering a career in property management but don’t know where to start, we’ve got your back. From career statistics to key areas to help you grow, take some time to
Property managers are responsible for a variety of tasks – from leasing and accounting to marketing and general management – and it can be tricky to add career development to your busy to-do list. Take the time to invest in your future goals with these 4 career-boosting methods. With a little dedication you’ll rise the
As September comes to an end, it’s time for the California Governor, Jerry Brown, to make some decisions on legislation. As bills pass over his desk, let’s take a look at what’s coming down the pipeline and what’s been approved.
After several years of litigation, in Connor v. First Student, Inc. the California Supreme Court decided that the California Investigative Consumer Reporting Agencies Act (“ICRAA”) was not unconstitutionally vague as applied to employment background checks. It reached this conclusion notwithstanding its finding that there is some overlap between the ICRAA and the California Consumer Credit
While not all industries have embraced remote life completely, off-site work has become a growing opportunity for a lot of companies. In fact, according to Global Workplace Analytics, telecommuting has grown by 115% since 2005 with 80 – 90% of those surveyed saying they’d like to telework at least part of the week. In an age
Creating a multifamily dress code policy for each position can be tricky business. With arguments for, and against, employee dress codes, striking a balance between professionalism and productivity is vital. Here are some things to consider when creating your property’s dress code for maintenance technician, leasing consultant, and property manager positions. While the multifamily industry
Unfortunately, discrimination can easily creep into any industry’s hiring practices. Through the use of subjective or incorrect employment data sources, or inconsistent/nonexistent standards, bias becomes unavoidable. By sticking to these basic employment standards, you’ll be able to avoid upholding discriminatory practices within your hiring process and better protect your company from liabilities.
When it comes to who you hire, every property (and their residents) deserves the best. But how do you pick out the best of the best among your job applicants? With these three tips you’ll quickly weed out less qualified applicants, and discover your ideal co-workers and team members.