- Mill Valley, CA
- 1 to 50 Employees
- Type: Company - Private
- Revenue: Unknown / Non-Applicable
- Real Estate
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After accepting an in-person interview, I was allowed by the hiring manager to share any information that would help prepare for the upcoming interview. I'm embarrassed to say I am unsure what information to consider. Has anyone asked or been asked this? If so, what suggestions do you have?
Hello everyone, I’ve been working for my company for well over 10 years now. When COVID took our nation by storm, I began taking classes with my union in an effort to improve my skills and make myself look more presentable on paper. 40 certificates later, I now find myself at a cross roads: A large majority of these “leadership” positions pay less than what I’m currently making as a porter. How is it possible that companies expect to pay Superintendent/Resident Managers the pay of Porter !?
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Outstanding compensation. Salary + You get very strong bonuses for finishing homes on budget. Great Healthcare. Automatic promotion for completing a certain amount of homes. Leaderboard recognition.
Technology driven company, can be tough adapting to new technology in the field. Not necessarily a con, just different. Need to be open to technology. Construction so not a "9-5."
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InterviewThey were very friendly during the interview process. I had to do a lot of work and jump through some hoops and no one ever let me know that the position was filled. I texted a recruiter after the interview and she said a decision would be made following week, that is it. No follow-up email. They do not have a good follow up for interview process. A generic email stating the position was filled would have been nice.Interview
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