Picerne Military Housing Reviews
Pros – Pays well, hours are reasonable.
Cons – Management is not typically selected or promoted due to merit or capabilities.
Advice to Senior Management – Treat your leasing, neighborhood, and maintenance staff with more respect. We're smarter than we are given credit or respect for.
No, I would not recommend this company to a friend
Pros – The company has a great attitude towards their goal and customers which is helping military families by improving their quality of life. Good events for residents involving carnivals, poool parties, dog events, etc. Even better events for employees, have frequent giveaways ranging from a gift certificate for their company logo shirt to a 50 inch tv.
Cons – Picture high school all over again. I mean all the way to the upper management, there are cliques like you wouldnt believe. I know its common and expected at most job but this was ridiculous. If you are going to work there start kissing butt and commenting on how good your managers new shoes look.
Advice to Senior Management – Grow and pair and get rid of the skanks. You have some really good people and would be soaring above all others if you got rid of the dead weight.
Pros – They offer great benefits, and the PTO plan is good too. The pay is ok, but by no means great. You become very close with your co-workers and it's a great atmosphere to work in. They pretty much only promote from within, unless you have extensive experience.
Cons – Micro-management and constant change makes daily tasks difficult. There is an SOP for everything, but everyone has their own way of doing it. They are trying to improve their life-work balance, but it's still not great. At the mid-management level they forget where they came from and treat employees like serfs. Senior management works off of the good ol' boy system and tenure, not on merit and performance (note, i'm not complaining that I did not get a promotion, this is an un bias observation).
Advice to Senior Management – Micro-management is killing employee morale. Look at a candidate's performance instead of their network or tenure. Pay the lower level staff more, they are the working parts of the company.