Housing Commission of Anne Arundel County
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  • Company size
    51 to 200
  • Revenue
    $5M to $25M (USD)
  • Headquarters
    Glen Burnie
  • Link
    Housing Commission of Anne Arundel County website
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Property Manager in Varied
on July 19, 2021

Overall a decent company to work for but advancement is very difficult if you’re not in the clique of people. The training they offer is decent They don’t trust their managers very much

Property Manager in Severn, MD
on November 28, 2021

Run do not work for them you will be gone in a year!! Turnover is alot 5 managers left in 2 months The leaders of this company use up good employees. They over work everyone.

Current Employee in Glen Burnie, MD
on July 19, 2021

Morale has approved tremendously. Thanks to the leaders hiring a competent HR manager who has made a positive impact on the employees. She is walking the talk. She listens to the employees and shows genuine care and concern. The senior leaders are listening to the employees and have made some good changes. Morale is much better. I’m excited to be an employee there again….much different from years past. I’m glad that I decided to stay.

Interviewer in Glen Burnie, MD
on June 5, 2021

Upper Management is raciest, very conservative. Not an alley to the people they are serving. How is your complete upper management not the same race as the people you are serving. How is it that you are giving jobs to the next white employee. Everyone at the top is friends and get away with treating the other staff horribly. Even there 3rd party companies that they hire to help them know this.

Service Coordinator in Glen Burnie, MD
on April 22, 2021

Working with the clients can be very difficult if you dont have the heart or patience for it. Work life balance is poor, often times I asked to work after hours and weekends for events to assist our clients or the community. Those below upper management/directors work on projects day in and out and it always felt like management took credit for the positive outcomes and never really thought twice about the hard work and sacrificed home time of the workers. There is also a lot of disorganization and poor communication which results in many last minute "emergencies". The company is small and those who are in management positions there have been there forever. They gossip creating a negative culture and no real room for growth. These reasons (among others) cause high turn-over. The CEO is very kind and tries to keep workers happy. They schedule work parties/get togethers a few times a year and sometimes let you leave early before a holiday.

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The interview process was great until new management took over in October, 2015.

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