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Irving, TX
1001 to 5000 employees
1989
Company - Private
Construction, Repair & Maintenance
$25 to $50 million (USD) per year
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JPI may have the keys to your next place. As one of the largest luxury apartment developers in the US, JPI has developed or managed more than 200 apartment, condo, and student housing complexes. The company typically buys underperforming properties in desirable areas and ... Read more

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    Former Employee - Leasing Associate in Denver, CO
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    Pros

    People nice. Great advancement opportunities.

    Cons

    Hours are tough- weekends and holidays.

    Advice to Management

    More encouragement would be nice. Focus on sales to new tenants should be secondary to retention of current residents.

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JPI Interviews

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    Program Manager Interview

    Anonymous Interview Candidate in Washington, DC
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    Application

    I applied online. I interviewed at JPI (Washington, DC) in December 2015.

    Interview

    Recruiter then an in-person with 3 separate managers, followed by a phone screening when trying to determine which program would be the best fit (there were multiple new contracts). The interview process itself was challenging but manageable. There was one interviewer in particular that was brash and argumentative, I assumed he was doing a good cop/bad cop routine. I noted that he was on an alternative program so if offered the position, I wouldn't be working with him, so no problem. He even asked outright, during the interview how much my current salary was.

    After the interview, I was given an offer. At the very least 30% less than the standard or even acceptable rate for the position. I decided to negotiate and was contacted by non other than captain brash. He refused to negotiate at all. So, I declined the offer.

    I now work for an organization that is committed to equal pay for men and women. It was a great experience to see that companies still function like this and find it acceptable to perpetuate the wage gap.

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