Engaging Employees What Work Ethic Looks Like

Engaging Employees: What Work Ethic Looks Like

You’ve heard the idiom of firing or clicking on all cylinders. That’s when all the cylinders are operating and providing the maximum amount of power in an internal combustion engine. Or something or a process is working at full strength and making every possible effort. A property management team should operate under such precision and[]

In the Game: Coaching Makes a Difference for Employees

I used to think it was funny to see professional athletes being coached during spring training or training camp. If they’re pros, I thought, and they’re good enough, why would they need help? Even the most skilled athletes need guidance to foster their craft and reach their true potential. Much like a coach helps an[]

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3 Ways Your Property Maintenance Staff Can Become More Likable

You couldn’t help but like Dwayne Schneider, the Casanova-wanna-be superintendent who sauntered into our living rooms in the 1970s. Clad in a white t-shirt, blue jean vest and pants and tool belt, the slender, stylish Schneider became America’s lovable maintenance man who flushed the stereotypes of overweight and sloppy apartment repairmen in “One Day at[]

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The Labor Turnover Metric Can Have Major Implications for the Apartment Market

Labor market data is historically complicated to analyze. First of all, monthly employment data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics comes from two different surveys whose results don’t always line up. Second, similar to most economic data points, the employment results are subject to revision, which can have a dramatic impact on the final result.[]

3 Tips for Inspiring the Team with No Fans

What if you were the only fan, or even worse, playing on a team with no fans? If you are a fan of team sports, you can bet you are not alone. But, what if you were? While people are motivated by different things: money, success, recognition, status, etc., these are not the only things[]

4 Facts About Pond Fishing to Replace Top Performers

Losing top performing property management employees, who have long standing and “legacy expertise” within a company, can be difficult. Especially when top performers jump ship for your competitor. After the shock, anger, hard feelings, and the temptation to lure them back wears off, you are still left with an often ginormous vacancy. Some immediately start[]

Is Apartment Supply Heading to Where Households Are Forming?

What do household formation and apartment supply have in common? MPF Research looked at the relationship between total household growth and apartment supply growth among the top 50 U.S. metros, since the recession. Overall, we found that there is a linear relationship between the two. But by region, clear differences emerge, especially when viewed in[]

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Why We Need More Gen Ys in Property Management

Everyone has an opinion about Millennials, including when integrating them into the workforce. Regardless of your opinion, Millennials are very capable of making contributions in the workplace and property management companies should learn to embrace them.

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