- Work/Life Balance
- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
- Comp & Benefits
I worked at Aimco Apartment Homes part-time (Less than a year)
Loved the people I worked with and for. You learn how to handle rejection well, you'll typically be working in a competitively priced apartment complex with clean and traditional furniture.
You have to learn to love "No" and leaving voicemails. You also need to work with people who don't value your service. Neither of these things bothered me, I left for a better opportunity but consider these if you're to pursue a career in sales with AIMCO.
Advice to Management
I love the fact that you endorse volutneer work, I think that will be very important to your community managers and career sales people. On Culture, please focus on getting just one or two core principles, when I left there were seven and no one really held to them because it was clear that it was a shot-gun approach to retain employees with culture building.
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