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Is recruiting like an Easter egg hunt?


Wonder why you are always recruiting? Why does it seem that all the great candidates are working at one of your competitors? Hmmm? Is your foundation for attraction and retention well built?  Love the saying "if you build it they will come"?  Well for a property management company that translates into how's your company culture, reputation, benefits and much more.  To get the golden egg, your nest must be in order.
Let's discuss what you can do to find the golden egg.


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