Employer Insights

May 14, 2021

Retaining Talent in the “Great Resignation”

Surveys are showing that a "Great Resignation" is coming, as many employees held off on finding a new position during the pandemic. We have a few strategies that can help you retain your top employees
May 6, 2021

Traits of Top Property Managers

The best Property Managers possess a few key traits, whether they are working with apartments, offices or retail spaces. These traits will directly impact the success of your commercial real estate portfolio.
April 30, 2021

Improve Your Company Culture for $0

There is a cheap and effective way to improve your company culture and reduce employee burn-out. Studies show that making this one change can have a positive benefit on your employees and customers alike. Oh, and it costs $0 to implement. What is this wonder product? Gratitude. The simple act of thanking your employees for the work they do has been shown to make them happier with their jobs and more productive employees. It is […]
April 15, 2021

How to Hire the Right Employee: 5 Tips to Avoid Hiring Frustrations

Hiring new employees can be a frustrating and time consuming task. However, with these five tips, you will be able to get through the process faster and get back to making your multifamily, office and retail properties a success.
April 1, 2021

90% of Rent Spent on Property Operations

Do you know how $1 of rent breaks down for your property? A new survey shows that 90% of each dollar in rent is spent on property maintenance and operations.
March 26, 2021

Overwhelmed by Resumes?

When you are looking to hire a new employee, digital job postings are a blessing and a curse. According to Glassdoor, each corporate jobs receives an average of 250 resumes.
March 15, 2021
hiring the wrong candidate can be costly

The True Cost of Hiring Mistakes

When you hire the wrong candidate, it is easy to lose track of the true cost of that decision. And more than 75% of hiring managers say that they have hired the wrong candidate for a position. According to the US Department of Labor, the average cost of the wrong candidate is 30% of their annual salary.