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28 days ago

Leasing Consultant

Dominium Dalton, GA

* Showcasing the property to prospects and converting them to qualified residents * Answering telephones * Recording traffic * Marketing and… CareerBuilder


30+ days ago

Leasing Consultant

Dominium United States

· Showcasing the property to prospects and converting them to qualified residents · Answering telephones · Recording traffic · Marketing and outreach… Beyond.com


15 days ago

Leasing Consultant

Dominium Eden Prairie, MN

• Showcasing the property to prospects and converting them to qualified residents • Answering telephones • Recording traffic • Marketing and… Snagajob


3 days ago

Leasing Consultant

Dominium Rochester, MN

• Showcasing the property to prospects and converting them to qualified residents • Answering telephones • Recording traffic • Marketing and… Snagajob


10 days ago

Leasing Consultant/Housekeeper

Dominium Willmar, MN

• Showcasing the property to prospects and converting them to qualified residents • Answering telephones • Recording traffic • Marketing and… Snagajob


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Dominium has been providing real estate management services for over 40 years. Dominium owns or manages over 23,000 units and provides consulting services in 19 states.
At Dominium, we have built trusting and financially rewarding partnerships utilizing our team of experienced managers and marketing executives.
Our commitment to providing a quality housing experience ensures that each of our residents will enjoy a professional property management staff that is respectful of their needs and rights.

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    I thought it would get better...

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    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Plymouth, MN
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Plymouth, MN

    I worked at Dominium full-time (more than 3 years)

    Pros

    If you're male and work in Development, there are perks.

    Aside from that, I did enjoy all of the wellness events (blood drives, massages, fitness challenges, flu shot clinics).

    Cons

    When I started I didn't really receive any training. I was thrown into my cube and left to figure things out for myself. On more than one occasion I was told to "Google" something to figure things out. I eventually stopped asking my supervisor for help because it was fruitless.

    Communication was always an issue. I felt like I was never in the loop on things until it was a fire drill situation and things had to get done NOW. I tried to set up weekly meetings with my boss, but he never kept them.

    PTO is ridiculous. Only 4 days in your first year??!!

    I frequently felt that I had to babysit the people in my department. Making sure they got to their meetings on time or that they knew meetings were even taking place. I felt like there was no appreciation for other people's time. Why schedule meetings when people schedule right over them or flat out don't show up?

    It is a micro-managed environment with procedures for everything, including for when the power goes out and for what restaurants lunches can be ordered from for meetings.

    I was never paid what I was worth in the open job market. I had to ask for a raise to get up to ALMOST the average wage for my position. I got my raise and then my bonus was cut in half, all while others in my department were getting 5 figure bonuses twice a year.

    There really were no consequences for not getting your work done on time. Even upper level management will let a lot of things slide, especially when it's not viewed as an important task.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Start to value ALL of your employees, not just the ones who are "making you money." Understand that people have family and lives outside of work and that not everyone enjoys working 60 hours a week. Every employee is valuable and if you keep them happy, they will stay with the company longer, work harder for you, and make you more money. And it doesn't hurt to tell someone that you appreciate the work they're doing - a simple thank you goes a long way.

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