Pinnacle Realty Group – Orlando, FL
Top real estate team looking for energetic individual to join us as an Inside Sales Agent. This person will...Prospect for new clients on a daily… Job Board
Pinnacle Family of Companies – Portland, OR
• Operations. Ensuring the smooth running of our community in a fast-paced environment. Overseeing all operations including maintenance, capital… CareerBuilder
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I worked at Pinnacle full-time (More than a year)
I love the fact that Pinnacle really gives the onsite manager a chance to do their job. They manage well without the need of a strict guideline by corporate. Competitive pay, rewards def show where they should. I've loved every single one of my coworkers as well as chain of command.
However, chain has a problem stepping in where and when they should. It has become very political. I definitely don't feel comfortable reaching out to chain of command if need be. After being with them so long, I put in my notice for better opportunity. Never have gotten in trouble, working on multiple properties (which I loved and was rewarded for) being the first called to help when needed. Vacation isn't vacation. You will still be called around the clock. This is where higher ups should fill in. But they don't. They really need to get management training on board to promote people within. Promoting is def there. But when you're boss is so busy, it's hard to get on track.
Advice to Management
Corporate, be more aware of what's going on in the properties. Care about your employees. It's a company. Understood. But their is more to a company then just worrying about financials. If you can't sustain a "family" environment, it could come back and bite you. I think this company would really succeed if corporate actually reached out to the employees to see if they were happy or not. But they never seem to care. Putting in my notice, not one person reached out to me and asked why, if I was happy or not, or what they could do to have me stay. (That is the FIRST time I've never been asked why my notice was put in)