If life were like a movie, we’d all be spending the
holidays with family and friends, meals together would be four course
extravagant affairs, and we’d always have a party to attend. Unfortunately, for
many the holidays can bring added stress and even depression. Community
Managers are not supposed to be therapists and we realize the clubhouse is not
meant to act as group therapy. However,
there are some simple things you can do on site to help your residents who may
not experience the lifetime movie version of the holidays just make it through
to the New Year.
Summer is in full swing and unfortunately so is the rise of food and gas prices. Your residents are going to be feeling the pinch like everyone else in the country. One of the ways you can help them, is to provide some money saving opportunities they may have capitalized on if they were a homeowner.
This episode of Grace Hill OnAir features Kara Rice speaking with Doug Miller, founder of Satisfacts, about a fascinating study he is spearheading called Inside the Head of Today's Online Renter -- Behaviors, Preferences and Implications.
We love this piece by Michele Eby and thought it was worth sharing. Enjoy!
Snowflakes, wreaths, family dinners, gift baskets and company parties…it’s beginning to look a lot like the holiday season. Because we have more opportunities to socialize in the office, there are also more opportunities for potential misunderstanding - and harassment - in the workplace.