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I have been working at McKinley, Inc. full-time (More than 5 years)
McKinley is a company that actually requires independent thought and the ability to use your brain to run a business. The laughable comments from property management burnouts who need someone to spell out every policy and guideline to run their sites tells you all you need to know about McKinley. They value smart people who can get the job done by using their brains and keeping the customers happy. It's no coincidence that the last five years have seen this company produce high profits. Albert hiring his son and allowing the company to stop being burdened by stupidity has opened the door for opportunity. there was little appeal to making 40 grand as a community manager following guidelines like an order taker at McDonald's. Money opportunity and rewards are the name of the game now. If you are smart and can think critically then McKinley is the place for you. If you need your hand held and need fancy systems and training then you're too dumb to work here. It won't work. You'll get fired. Read the reviews from the bitter burnouts on here. They don't even understand the basics of how McKinley runs. McKinley cares about people more than any company I've ever worked for. But they care about good people who make a difference and weed out losers quickly. There's no more genuine and caring ceo than Albert Sr.
Everything isn't perfect. The hours can be long, and we could stand to have more help. You can bounce around from site to site and it's hard to make connections with all of the residents or know enough about their problems sometimes to be able to help as quickly as you'd like. Plus there are people who take jobs here because of the high pay and don't want to work hard or complain and you're left to clean up the mess.
Advice to Management
Hire more people. Keep giving us the freedom to run the property and not have to worry about meaningless policies. Senior management finally gets it so don't turn around and make numbers the main focus again.