Valentine's Day is great reminder to show loved one just how much they mean to you, so why not send some love your employee's way? Need a little inspiration or not quite sure where to start — here are some companies that have some great programs!
The standard of job applicants having to bend over backwards for a position aren't long gone, but are definitely being challenged. This can be seen as more and more companies start to find ways to accommodate the talent they seek.
While job openings begin to pop up in New York, people are wondering when Crystal City will start to hear some noise — here's what people are talking about in Northern Virginia!
Don't get stuck listening to the same playlist during your commute
We have expressed many ideas about how you can make your commute better (examples here, here, and here). But, we're not going to talk about commuter benefits, perks of ditching a car, or how cities are changing to become more transit-oriented — instead, we're going to work on how your commute can be more enjoyable. Enter: podcast.
If you live in Northern Virginia (NOVA) or Long Island, NY, then you've probably started to panic or have heard other people panicking about Amazon's HQ2. Maybe you've already rushed to Amazon's career page to throw your name in the ring, or maybe you haven't really had time to form an opinion yet. Well, we're here to breakdown what this means and how the new move could actually benefit your community.
It's the most wonderful time of the year, right? Ignoring the cold gusts of air and random freezing rain showers, I think most of us would agree. What's great about this time of the year for property managers is that you can show your residents, tenants, or guests that you care about creating a community — and we know just how you can do it!
If you weren't with us last year then you probably won't remember when we shared that 17 percent of Americans commute over 45 minutes to work, totaling in nearly 16 days a year being spent in a car. This could be why we're finding that more professionals are leaving jobs due to grueling commutes.