I was a temp at Dunfield Townhomes. My manager and co-workers were great and always willing to help me. I would highly recommend working here. You will learn a lot and have the opportunity for growth as a permanent employee within Drucker and Falk. I didn't have a high salary or benefits because of my temp status but that would be different for someone as a direct hire. The residents here can be pretty rude sometimes but the manager always has your back.
I worked for an apartment complex with over 400 apartments, so the was never a dull moment. Upper management was good, but by personal manager was very little involved with the day to day tasks and duties.
Company was very unprofessional and racist stay away from this place. Management reward employees that are lazy and don't want to work, management also had a habit of calling maintenance when it was time to leave for the day to do non emergency work orders that they received in the office earlier in the day but they hold on to themy up until it's time to leave. Caucasian maintenance tech was was transferred to another property to spy on a African American maintenance supervisor and his tech because the regional manager felt like doing it.
Property Manager (Former Employee) – Baltimore County, MD – May 13, 2017
I feel that there should be consistent proper training when this organizations takes over a new property. I felt that I was failing at my job because of the inadequate training that wasn't consistent. I have been in the Property Management for well over 29 years and never failed at my position. I just woke up one morning and decided to resign from the organization because I didn't see it getting any better because it was way too chaoctic.
Maintenance Technician (Former Employee) – Rock Hill, SC – April 13, 2017
management doesn't know customer service and leadership. typical day at work everyday meetings about the same topic Mon-Fri. what i learned is not to work for misguided leadership. work culture is unnecessary stress for a property with under 200 units also maintenance is a simple job when you have the skills and experience but when management can't see that then it's time to move on.also management ordering parts and scheduling apts for make ready then why hire maintenance. hardest part of job is working with someone that thinks they know it all. the most enjoyable part of the job was working with the maintenance supervisor everyday. leaders are servant leaders not my way or the highway leader.leaders know how to trust rely and delegate with all co workers all the time. would not recommend anyone at that property to work at.
Very quiet environment not much for a temp to do. Learned how to always keep myself busy. management was nice and there was never a task i could not manage. Severe lack of co-workers around my own age. Hardest part of the job was trying to look busy.
Assistant Manager (Former Employee) – Richmond, VA – January 20, 2016
Great company cares about the employees. Great customer service starts with great salary, and how you treat your employees, this company really knows how to treat their employees. That produces awesome increase! Great company!
ASSISTANT MANAGER (Current Employee) – Birmingham, AL – November 12, 2015
Absolutely loved working for Drucker and Falk. Amazing company that cared about their staff and made sure they showed it. The owners were very hands on and made sure we knew what was going on in the corporate office. Would highly recommend this company.
Company has very short retention timeframe and quickly dismisses older employees
Site Manager (Former Employee) – Richmond, VA – August 30, 2011
If you are an older employee this company is definitely not the place to consider. The turnover rate is extremely high. Hours are lengthy and the work load is heavy. You spend many hours working from home as well as in an actual office. There is much usage of your own personal vehicle however when repairs result there is no consideration. Much criticism is provided but there is little to no positive feedback. The employees are vindictive and seize any opportunity to make themselves prosper from targeting employees to dismiss and this is encouraged by regional managers.