Maintenance Technician I (Former Employee) – Gainesville, GA – October 19, 2017
I would not recommend working here. The people here are selfish about their hours. Managers and supervisors take all the hours. Called in on the weekend to fix an emergency then during the week they send you home early so you don't get any overtime. Greedy company. I've never seen a company so greedy about their time. My time working there I got chewed out for clocking in 5 mins early. The pay is horrible. The manager is the one in charge of pay rate. They can increase your pay by 5 cent if they want to or even hold off a year before they give you a 10 cent raise. All in all don't work here unless you want some beginner experience to get your feet wet.
Senior Property Manager (Current Employee) – Round Rock, TX – June 26, 2017
I was promoted within 1st year to Sr. Property Manager and asked to assist 5 other properties with all aspects of Property Management, Training, travel, etc. Showing a company my abilities is a great attribute that I possess. I am a hard worker whose determination in meeting deadlines, motivating co-workers, training and communication shines.
IT Support Specialist (Former Employee) – Montgomery, AL – February 28, 2017
I worked for Ledic on the IT staff in the Montgomery office for about a year. It was a great place to work with a friendly and welcoming staff as well as a great culture that rewards hard work and encourages employees to take the initiative and get things done. The pay and benefits are competitive. I would definitely recommend this company to anyone, my experience was excellent and I always felt like a valuable member of the team.
A company that has a great culture and room more advancement
Operations (Former Employee) – Memphis, TN – February 22, 2017
My time at LEDIC has been very pleasant. I've enjoyed my coworkers, job responsibilities, location, and overall culture. I look forward to work each day and the ability to work independently and with a team. The work/life balance has worked very well for me. I enjoy perks such as a personal trainer that comes to the office, fun team building activities, and a casual yet very professional atmosphere. Upper management does their best to recognize their employees and support them as much as possible.
Location, benefits, paid holidays, Pto, and corporate culture
I wanted to take a minute to thank the Company for providing me the opportunity to travel to Savannah and take part in training the Housing Authority of Savannah. I had a great time taking part in this project. It was a great learning experience for me. It allowed me to break out of my shell and grow professionally. It means a great deal to me that the Company thought highly enough of me, to recommend and send me. It may sound silly, but it really does mean so much to me!
Family like environment, great people, great benefits
Property Manager (Former Employee) – el paso tx – August 29, 2015
This is not a company you want to work for, the company has a really bad reputation with vendors for not paying anything if anything gets paid at all. The treatmeent to the employees is very poor management does not care about a thing. The corporate office does not care about the employee moral and the workload is something that it gets impossible to do. If you have a family forget about weekends as you will be required to work weekends and holidays, yes christmas eve too. The pay is not that great as managers are not reimbursed that quick for their miles and because of the turn over managers are all over the city ttrying to pick up the slack for those who have had enough, benefits are not the best and top manageme t need to really find the real problem and be involved. This is a place where there is a lot of room for improvement certainly not with the current management, and all of the departments at corporate.
Great benefits and salary. Great opportunity but be prepared to work the entire 8 hours, be on call, and travel as needed. No room for advancement within company unless willing to relocate to another city or state. Expected to complete all tasks alone, no help is given even when requested.
Former Employee (Former Employee) – El Paso, TX – February 24, 2015
This company comes across as great through the training videos which features the very friendly,Tennessee corporate office staff. Unfortunately, the local corporate office in my area isn't as concerned in high-level customer service to tenants as it is in collecting money. There is a high-turnover rate in management/upper-management and office staff (which says a lot about the people in charge).The directives from upper management are always misleading. If you question anything, they respond in a very pedantic, and condescending manner. Everything has to be put in writing because they are so wishy-washy. This property management company has a horrible reputation among local vendors because they don't pay their bills. Employees in the communities have to put up with bill collectors on a daily basis. The hours aren't great. You are expected to work without overtime pay. If you work with this company you will realize having a weekend off is near impossible. You are also expected to lease a lot. However, if you lease a lot they don't pay you your commission. You only have benefits if you are full-time. If you are a part-time employee, you are expected to work EVERY holiday without holiday pay (only full-time employees get holiday pay). The job is not a hard job and could be enjoyable if it were not for the upper management staff. The communities and residents are nice.
nice residents, job for people who like to work independently
Poor upper management, poor pay and benefits, bad reputation with vendors
I worked for Ledic for years. When I had problems, I went to management about them to get them addressed and was constantly ignored. When the owner noticed said problems, guess who took the fall for it? Management refused to step up and acknowledge their mistakes and corporate protected their own, putting me in an unfavorable position trying to force me to quit so they could protect the person whose fault it was.
Assistant Maintenance Supervisor (Current Employee) – Atlanta, GA – September 3, 2014
I'm currently employed at Ledic property management typical day at work consists of cleaning the grounds starting out, then executing work orders, and then I end the day by doing a last check for emergencies before I leave. There's only 3 individuals that work on the maintenance staff my supervisor, myself, and the turn tech. The most difficult part of my job is when having to hear that one of our loyal residents aren't satistfied whether its property management issues, or lingering work orders that might have been lost over time or overlooked by supervision. The most enjoyable part of my job is satisfied residents who specifically thank you for executing a work order in a timely manner, or complementing you on your professionalism.