Wednesday, March 5, 2014
“The Scarlet Letter” taught us all a thing or two. Namely, that members of the clergy also have desires. That, and the important lesson that one’s reputation can be quickly and irrevocably tarnished.
If you’ve ever taken a gander at a high-school bathroom stall, you know as much to be true. Bless you, janitors.
According to Apartments.com’s James Watters, presenter of Feb. 26th’s Webinar...
Thursday, February 27, 2014
Climbing the corporate ladder may seem like the hard part, but it’s what you do once you’re at the top that’s often the most challenging aspect of your career.
If you work in a regional position or as a corporate department head and would like to learn how to lead effectively across generations, delegate tasks to develop and train others and, most importantly, find time to work on future...
Stephanie Puryear Helling
Friday, February 21, 2014
As we celebrate Apartment Careers Month this month, NAAEI is reaching out to high school and college students to make them aware of the exciting job opportunities we offer and to advise about working in the industry. You may have heard that our theme this year is “The Apartment Industry is Home to Many Successful Careers!”My early jobs in high school taught me the importance of good customer...
Wednesday, February 19, 2014
I had many childhood dreams. One was to fall in love at a sleep-away summer camp.
I used to be fixated on the idea of spending two months on a lake somewhere in Maine doing arts and crafts, water-skiing to my heart’s content and having a respectable summer fling with a 14-year-old boy most likely named Ethan or Cory. We would bond over our shared love of water sports, spend the summer flirting...