This company makes billions, and still dont properly compensate property and relief managers. They put so much pressure on selling their insurance (that's not even required) and merch and make you feel like you arent doing your job when you don't. I consistently have top numbers in my district, but I am stressed all the time from it, cause has soon as I get an insurance miss, I know I'm gonna get yelled at about it (even though it's not required and a customer can use their own insurance). With managing the property, you're the customer service rep, bill collector, exterminator, maintenance person, maid and repairman, all for 10 bucks an hr (in Houston area). You get to get yelled at by customers about their rent increases, that come from corporate, the script they tell us for that is to say, the rent is raised to help take care of property, when in reality most of these properties are run down. Obviously, the increases are so they can build more props, make more money, that they arent going to pay us with. There's also no chance of advancement. We are literally at the bottom position, this company has no respect for the ones that make them the money. It's a good 1st job fulltime, if you're trying to get back on your feet, and gain work experience, but as soon as you do, find something else.
Poor compensation for the tasks that are expected. Stressful quota expectations.