- Work/Life Balance
- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
- Comp & Benefits
- Senior Management
I have been working at Pinnacle full-time (More than 5 years)RecommendsPositive OutlookApproves of CEORecommendsPositive OutlookApproves of CEO
In the years I have worked for Pinnacle the support from corporate has consistently increased. Training has been completely revamped and there is open communication not only with the Regionals, but also with other sites in the portfolios. This company embraces change and team members are given the freedom to be themselves. There are a lot of opportunities for additional training and career growth.
There is still some "sink or swim" training as Regionals can be spread too thin. The support is there if your Regional is not available, but it's hard to know who to reach out to if you are new to the company.
Advice to Management
Insurance benefits should be better for a company this large. $300+ a pay period to cover a family is TOO MUCH for any site staff to be paying for basic coverage. Maternity leave pay needs to be better as well. Good site staff is hard to find and if by being fee management the additional compensation can't be added to the budget, then it should be made up for with the benefits.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
- Accepted OfferPositive ExperienceEasy Interview
I applied online. The process took 2 days – interviewed at Pinnacle (Portland, OR) in March 2015.
nice, comfortable, easy, relaxed environment. Family feel from the employees. Everyone seemed like friends, and gave me a warm welcome. It took almost an hour because we were talking so much about our interests. It felt like I was hanging out with a friend instead of being on a job interview.
- how would you deal with an employee disobeying the rules? 1 Answer
I didn't negotiate my hourly pay, and I wish I should have. I got paid and entry level pay, but I have 6+ years in customer service. She had me sign a paper saying I agree to the amount of pay, and I felt pressured into settling. With the work load and customer interaction I should of asked for a higher pay even though it was my first property management job.
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Pinnacle is a national real estate provider, specializing in strategic investments, development and management of multifamily residential communities. As one of the nation’s largest third-party managers of multifamily housing, Pinnacle manages nearly 135,000 residential units and 2 million square feet of commercial assets. With the Corporate headquarters located near Dallas...
Mission: It is our privilege to exercise responsible stewardship over the assets we manage and positively maximize the interactions with our team members, customers and clients.