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Employee Services/Event Planner – new

Richdale Group Omaha, NE

Duties include creating, planning, and hosting resident events, scheduling and coordinating team sporting tournaments, sourcing and negotiating… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Executive Assistant (Administrative Clerical)

Richdale Group Omaha, NE

Executive support professionals—are you looking for a rewarding long-term position with a world-class company? Join our team at Richdale Apartments… Glassdoor

23 days ago


Richdale Group Omaha, NE

would include interior painting and touch-up painting throughout the construction process. Hours are Monday-Friday 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. - 40 hours a… Glassdoor

7 days ago

Staff Accountant

Richdale Group Omaha, NE

Your specific duties in this role will include: • Designing and maintaining accounting systems and controls which meet policy standards as set by… Glassdoor

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    Great short term job

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    • Work/Life Balance
    • Senior Management
    • Career Opportunities
    Former Employee - Leasing Agent
    Former Employee - Leasing Agent

    I worked at The Richdale Group


    +They hire ALL the time
    +Hours are typical giving a good balance of work/life
    +Your corporate boss is never around so you don't have someone always looking over your shoulder
    +Pay not based on commission (not as much pressure)


    +Your corporate boss is never around so they have no idea how good of an employee you are
    +Pay not based on commission (not as much income)

    The turnover rate is out of this world. Both on properties and at the main office. The "upper management" does not have any idea how to run a property. They just bark out orders and tell you if you are doing a bad job.

    Not much room for advancement. Even if you want to become a property manager (which I would not), that is about as far as you can go. I would say that 90% of employees either quit or get fired before their first year is over.

    Pay is not good (it shows, especially in the corporate office). It feels like nobody ever knows what they are doing.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Show more involvement in the properties. Study the competition better. At least act like you care about your employees. Get better marketing try to keep people longer.

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