Listen carefully to their employees.
Put customers first.
Always reply promptly to emails or work orders.
Be serious about your appreciation of us
They need to pay attention to training new employees instead of throwing you in with no guidance. Be sure to find out the real hours on the interview as they expect you to work 6 days a week with one day off.
Promotions and pay raises
Answered - Assistant Manager (Former Employee) - Dallas, TX
Terminate The area managers, and the property managers in Lone Tree, Castle Pines.
Answered - Leasing and Marketing Professional (Former Employee) - Colorado
Lincoln Property is a great Company to work for. Iam not leaving this Company for bad. I just need to move on and get diferent expiriences.
Answered - Resident Manager (Current Employee) - Charlotte, NC 28227
One of the best ways may be better payment
The company itself is great, but can't say the same for upper management. The opposite of courage is not coward. It's conformity
Answered - Accounts Payable/Receivable (Former Employee) - Arlington, VA
Better pay and have more staff
Answered - Maintenance Supervisor (Current Employee) - Miami, FL