hard worker (Former Employee) – United States – September 20, 2018
Work work work, work, work, absolutely no work/life balance, so if that is of importance to you, skip this place. The current Property Manager sexually harasses the employees and upper management turns the other cheek. You work 10+ hours day. You are pulled in many different directions all throughout the day. The residents are so disgruntled that they are flocking out of there. No more sense of community. The previous owners had it right.
They need to get a handle on this market before they purchase anything else in this area and understand we are not in Utah.
Community Manager (Former Employee) – Houston, TX – May 20, 2018
Always striving to enpower their employees to be the best they can be professionally and personally. The corporate core is support for their managers and teams. They believe in giving the site teams all the tools to suceed.
Account Manger (Former Employee) – Cottonwood Heights, UT – May 18, 2018
I learned a lot about the types of enviroments I need to be around in order to feel productive and feel accomplished. I feel that Cottonwood (though a good job at the time ) Didn't meet my quick paced and worth needs.
Leasing Consultant (Former Employee) – United States – May 7, 2018
If you are looking for a demanding job with little to no appreciation for employees this will be the perfect company for you. The expectations are set so high that without working on days off or while at home you'll never achieve them. Management is out of touch and knows everything about nothing. Staff is pulled in so many different directions that consistentse and structure is lost. No clear direction and staff gets so burnt out that they stop caring and there's no real accountability. Fake it with management is what gets you ahead at this company agree with them and tell them everything they want to hear without any real action and maybe you'll be promoted. Good Luck!
They don't fire bad or under performing employees
Everything else but mostly the pay...dont waste your time.
Stressful and unachievable expectations are a daily part of working for this company.
Manager (Former Employee) – Salt Lake City, UT – March 1, 2018
Turnover within the company was excessive due to stress and lower than average salaries. You are always expected to be on call and can never use the time off that you have earned. No room for advancement, and some of the top level corporate executives are very rude and unfriendly towards their own employees. Upper management did not support their teams.
Long work hours, constant changes without them even being communicated to the staffs on site, rude Regional Supervisors.
Community Manager/Assistant Community Manager (Former Employee) – San Antonio, TX – February 9, 2018
As assistant Manager I enjoyed my supervisors. The staff was great and we got along like no other team I had ever had. Top Management was always involved and always looking to better policies an procedures.
Certified Maintenance Tech (Former Employee) – Stockbridge, GA – January 13, 2018
It was a very nice place to work at and the people were nice.I dont have to much to say about the administation of the company but what I can tell you about the Property Manager and the Leasing Consultants that I worked with they wer the absolute best.
Cottonwood overall is a great company to work for. They understand the meaning of employee motivation. You will always feel supported from someone with them. Workload is reasonable and they have a somewhat of relaxed atmosphere. Compensation is on the low side.
Senior Property Manager (Former Employee) – Conyers, GA – September 26, 2017
Cottonwood is a wonderful company to work for. It is very innovative and with the inductions of Entrata; Cottonwood is focused on Resident Satisfaction, Simplifying daily functions and minimizing time for both prospects and team members. They listen to their employees and based on feedback will change and implement new and old procedures for the growth and betterment of their Culture. This company does more than just acquiesce, it moves and changes; Cottonwood speaks of innovation and they do it! Needless to say I would recommend Cottonwood to friends and family looking for a delightful challenge.
Great benefits, great upper managment, culture fit
Property Manager (Current Employee) – San Antonio, TX – September 13, 2017
I love working for Cottonwood. Residents and employees are treated very fairly. The corporate office staff is very hands on with onsite staff. I love our annual conferences and employee appreciation week, they truly make us feel like Cottonwood is our Home at Last. In my opinion, staff turnover is very low at my property and surrounding sister properties. Cottonwood is innovated with newest software and technologies for reporting which makes our job easier so we can be more hands on.
Love, love, love working with Cottonwood! They are innovative and always looking for ways to do things better and easier! They have awesome people and provide great support for their employees. They have a real TEAM mentality.
Maintenance Tech (Former Employee) – Murray, UT – September 12, 2017
Start @ lower salary then is typical in the field. Ask for a raise, plead your case. Get laughed @. No respect for the people who do the work. No respect for completing a job under budget. Just horrible people run this company.
The management is decided by looks and how much money they have in their wallet. The last manager I was under had 0 experience in leasing or management in general. I put in my notice but was let go early because I was of no use to the complex. So I handed over the 20 leases I was working on from that week alone and walked out. You pitch a dream to the prospects but you sell them a nightmare. The spider and roach infested apartments are poorly maintained and a sorry excuse for a $1000 per month rent payment.
Assistant Property Manager (Former Employee) – Stockbridge, GA – July 14, 2017
Best pay in industry but upper management is not organized. Lack of communication from management. Currently selling properties throughout southern Georgia and leaving current employees out to dry. Insurance is extremely high.