Whether they’ve landed a project that will take years to complete or a contract that will renew every year, vendors need to win customer trust as quickly as possible.
The lack of training in trade jobs could lead to a shortage of workers in construction and other industries.
Determine whether a candidate is a good investment with these interview tips.
The hiring process can be tedious. Once you’ve done the work of vetting a candidate, it’s tempting to go with the first candidate who meets your minimum requirements so that they can get the job done and you can go back to your regular duties.
Given that the property manager’s core responsibility is managing third-party risk, failing to regularly monitor vendor performance verges on neglect. So here are 10 questions to ask when evaluating vendors.
From political free speech to medical marijuana, state lawmakers are weighing in on issues that are affecting – or soon could affect – how HOAs operate. Here are few worth watching
Now is the time to think through and prepare for how HOAs and other managed communities might react when the economy starts to shrink.
By some estimates, a quarter of U.S. residents identify with LOHAS. If you don’t know what those letters stand for, you could be hurting resale values at your community.
HOA boards that shortchange the budgeting process risk saddling fellow residents with unexpected expenses that can trigger a downward spiral of mistrust, litigation and financial ruin.