This company moved into the Denver market in July of 2015 - they bought everything that wasn't nailed down - but apparently without any plan on managing those properties.
They bury the employees at the bottom of the corporate food-chain (managers and maintenance personnel) with petty paperwork - slow internet & make them work weekends when the vacancy rate is above 2%.
It's not only a recipe for failure, but It's hard to imagine how this broken system of exploitation ultimately benefits the company either? It results in employees getting burned out and then quitting or being fired for failing to meet impossible goals.
Despite lip service about "teamwork" the reality is "us" and "them". When you're completely overloaded and there is no light at the end of the tunnel - the silence from upper management is deafening.
Not only does this company not value it's employees or their time or feedback but it adds insult to injury by pretending to.
If you have no experience in the field - the job might be a good idea - but if you actually know what your doing - you can certainly do better than this company.