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Management level and corporate employees seem to be well-intentioned and wanting to help, though there exists an apparent disconnect between site level and corporate/management level.
The site level culture and environment is high-pressure, high-stress and cutthroat, thus leading to a feeling of widespread mistrust and anxiety.

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Ask tough questions about employee turnover, workplace standards/policies/procedures, the training and onboarding process, community information regarding the access to public safety or crime rates, expected hours of work, etc. Also ask to tour the property, view apartments which are mid-turn and lease ready.
It would be beneficial to understand the general dynamic between leasing and maintenance staff - this is where the cracks will show the most and can provide insight into the care shown to tenants regarding the resolution of maintenance issues (e.g. - a poor supplied or disheveled back shop area can be an indicator of a property without sufficient funding or repair staff to maintain the site facilities).

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The pay dates used to be twice a month, on the 5th and 20th of every month. Now, they have switched to paying every two weeks. And it is a typical schedule for pay. A person has to work for two weeks, and then gets paid the following Friday. So, depending on what day a person starts during the pay cycle, they may have to go anywhere from two to three weeks before they get their first paycheck.

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Annually. Or with promotion.

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The hours of business operation are typically 9-6 during the week. However, the workload for office staff and the expectation that all work is completed before leaving the offices (nothing is ever left for the next day) requires that general non-management leasing staff come in well before the open of business and stay several hours after close - it was rare that office staff at my site went home before 7PM in the winter months/"slow season".

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The rental housing industry tends to run at a fairly brisk pace in general. Having said that, the speed of work at MIMG sites can be best summarised as "breakneck, stressful, and chaotic".

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I believe 3 or 7. Cant remember

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No part time

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They have a LOT of work to do. I wish them no ill will. Please listen to your employees that are leaving because the employees that stay are too scared to be honest. Training needs a separate department from marketing. Managers need to be trained for all roles. If there is no Assistant manager than the leasing consultant should be trained as one as well because they will be doing a lot of that work. If Monarch makes these changes they can be much more successful and have happier employees

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No because they have a hard time keeping the employee's that they have. So they're always hiring and promoting someone new.

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