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  • The Importance of Workplace Prioritization

    Apartment managers are pulled in many different directions for many different reasons throughout the day. One minute, there is the need to assess a resident’s apartment and walk vacant units; the next, quarterly inspections. Then there’s managing people, managing the numbers, and managing yourself. Finally, but not least, there’s attempting to prioritize the work in each department from specific...
  • Boost Employee Engagement: Create A Culture Of Recognition

    Are your employees engaged? Are they truly motivated to achieving your property’s goals and objectives? Are you sure?Only 29 percent of North American workers are engaged in their work, according to the State of the Global Workplace, a 142-country Gallup study. And when you look at the worldwide stats, this number drops to a measly 13 percent.Thus, the bulk of employees worldwide—63 percent in...
  • The Doctor Is In The House

    I have a bad habit of passing out at inopportune medical moments. Most recently, I took one of my short “naps” after getting the flu shot at work. Let’s just say that when I came to, coworkers surrounding me, I was very pleased with my decision to wear leggings under my dress that morning. It’s hard to remain ladylike when you faint. Fortunately, California residents who share my subconscious...
  • For the Love of Football, Don't Fumble!

    Football season, lest I mince words, is in the toilet. Perhaps I’m being a tad dramatic, but it’s been a rocky start for my Ravens. Off-field scandals aside, our season took a real dive last week with a disgusting loss to the Indianapolis Colts. Joe Flacco was sacked more times than Lindsay Lohan on a movie set. And don’t get me started on my fantasy football team, which—let me assure you—is not...

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