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9 days ago

Digital Marketing Manager

Aspen Heights Austin, TX

The Digital Marketing Manager will be responsible for growing the current social media presence of the Aspen Heights brand for our increasing number… Aspen Heights


5 days ago

Regional Operations Manager

Aspen Heights Austin, TX

include building a team, ensuring world-class customer service, creating efficient processes and ensuring strong financial performance of the… Aspen Heights


11 days ago

Operations Software Manager

Aspen Heights Austin, TX

(other duties or special projects may be assigned): • Administer OneSite software platform (all modules) • Oversee potential conversion from… Aspen Heights


Aspen Heights Reviews

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    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee  in  Austin, TX
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Austin, TX

    I have been working at Aspen Heights full-time for more than a year

    Pros

    The culture here is great. The work-family balance is great for my specific position, but some other aren't so lucky. I enjoy my work to the extent I am able to do my work. Laid back atmosphere is great.

    Cons

    Most of the employees writing reviews on Glassdoor are employees that work at specific sites as Leasing Managers, Concierges LAMAs, etc.. They don't see the real Aspen Heights corporate structure. Don't be fooled by those reviews. The truth is that this company is a mess. The upper management (ELT) knows very little about what project management, as a whole, is all about. They don't truly understand development, construction, or Operations. Moreover, they hire professionals with experience but don't listen to their wisdom. They continuously preach about DNA and great values, but do not honor those values. "Constant Improvement" is one we always here, but when ideas are brought forth from experience, they are pushed aside. There are favorite 'young' individuals that are favored by the CEO; thus, they are given promotions, even though those individuals are the root of the problems with over-budget projects over the past three years. It's Inexperience and having a Big Ego. This company is going down fast because they (ELT) does not truly care to understand everything involved in the business. They hire the professionals to do the jobs, but don't listen to them. They have ridden on a high wave the last few years that is about to reach the sandy beach and crash, unless they make some serious changes fast. Also, this company is not the most honest company. They choose to deliberately not pay consultants and constructors when they run into problems, such as not going forward with a project, or going over-budget on a construction project. Beware if you fall into this category. Do we not pay our doctors when they do not cure us from cancer?

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Loose the egos and listen to the professionals you hire. Quit promoting people with no experience; instead, promote those with the experience. That is, unless, you don't want this company to succeed. Practice what you preach....all the time...not just some of the time. Learn the business...every part of it, by listening to those who have been in the business for years.

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    Disapproves of CEO