Some of the residents are lazy and i haven't gotten a raise in the 2yrs that i've been working for this company
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This company have always great opportunity to grow and fair pay
I'm 17 with a HSD and facility Maintenance certification I need a job
Ok....so....I have experience in property management (Condos/HOA) and vacation rentals. I resigned my last position 5/27 due to burnout after 2.5 years. I was contacted Sunday afternoon by a recruiter asking to set up an interview with me the next day (6/24). We agreed 10 a.m. CST. I followed up with a thank you email to the recruiter and verified time. I also asked for name of property I was interviewing for and type so I could prepare for…
its a easy job too do
Being in the same city as my family and working with such a diverse group of people associated with my job.
I can install custom showers and backsplashes and install floors and im certified 6G welder in can a house from start to finish
Talked them down and in a delegate fashion. But still allowing them a chance to discuss their issues
I love that the people where easy to get alone with nice supervision easy work nice hours
Knew the owners and they were great to work with