April 23, 2015
FROM CONTINENTAL - Thank you for taking the time to comment. You’ve outlined a number of issues and, if what you allege is true, it is completely unacceptable. Our company Creed states that we commit ourselves, “to the highest standards of ethics and integrity”. As such we are constantly looking for better ways to improve communication and line of sight across all of our communities and all of our staff throughout the United States. Additionally, we continually seek to improve avenues for employees to reach out beyond their immediate manager when issues arise – to Regional Managers and our home office Human Resources staff – to ensure that any such issue is identified and resolved promptly.
April 23, 2015
FROM CONTINENTAL - We appreciate your comments. As a property management firm with employees in various locations throughout the United States, we constantly seek to improve communication – both from our field employees to the home office as well as from our home office to our employees in the field. As part of these efforts, our owner (CEO) and President annually visit every employee at every property to share our company’s goals and direction for the upcoming year. During these meetings, these senior leaders also take the time to solicit feedback and input from our property staff about the challenges they’re facing locally. These comments make it back to planning meetings with other company leaders and, although not every comment and bit of feedback can be addressed directly, this information informs our company’s actions in the future.
October 29, 2012
When leaving Continental Properties, they become horribly offended by the fact that you don't wish to work for minimal pay and horrid working conditions. It is comparable to an abusive relationship. They try to take advantage and screw you in every possible way they can. Also, the Live Oak manager is too scared to say ANYTHING to your face. It all comes via email. I prefer a manager that has strength and morals, not weakness and cowers in the face of conflict.