Thanks for sharing this “day in the life” perspective with anyone considering a maintenance position with Equity! We hope that you enjoyed your experience maintaining and repairing one of our apartment communities and that it was a fun and collaborative workplace. Best wishes to you!
Wow - what a great compliment! We are so appreciative of you taking the time to share your positive experience with our company. While we are sad that our time together ended, we’re thrilled to know that you learned some great skills that you’ll continue to apply in your career. We appreciate all of your contributions, and would love for you to return if your circumstances ever make that possible. In the meantime, we wish you and your family nothing but the best.
We love to hear from our former team members — thank you so much for taking the time to review your experience with us! It’s great to hear that you Enjoyed the Ride with us and that you felt appreciated. Those are two goals we strive to accomplish every day. We appreciate you!
We are sorry to hear of any negative experience you had working with us and appreciate the transparency so we can work to be better in the future. While we do have high expectations of our team members, first and foremost we want them to feel valued. We hope you had an opportunity to share your concerns with a manager or with Human Resources before moving on; if not, we encourage you to reach out so we can learn more. We wish you the best.
Thank you for taking the time to share your thoughts. One thing that is constant in this fast-paced industry and company is change! 2006 was quite some time ago, so we don’t quite know how to address the specific changes you felt at that time, but we are very proud of the advances we have made as a company every year since then and the leadership team we have in place today. We wish you all the best.
Thank you for your honesty - while the available positions are more limited in Arizona, there are always opportunities for advancement in different markets. We do our best to challenge and grow our employees not only through promotions, but also through challenging projects, developing peers, and testing their own limits. We hope to find a way to continue to engage and retain you, and encourage you to speak with your manager about more opportunities to challenge yourself in your role!
We are sorry to hear that this is your perception of our company. Since Archstone was a private company and Equity is a publicly traded one, we have very different business models. With that being said, we do not at all believe that residents are the enemy; they are the reason we are in business and we are grateful that they choose to make our communities their home. We are sorry for whatever occurred that made you feel that way, and we wish you all the best.