2018 Best Places to Work Multifamily Authoritative Research & Data
The Best Places to Work Multifamily™
This report summarizes results of the 2017 Best Places to Work in Multifamily program. Our goal is to provide forward thinking executives with a snapshot of what characterizes the best places to work in multifamily. Each report contains examples of the benefits and perks offered by participating organizations, as well as employee engagement and satisfaction averages from our survey process.
When an organization appears on the “Best Places to Work in Multifamily™” list, management, employees, and other stakeholders feel an overwhelming sense of pride within the organization. The “Best Places to Work in Multifamily™” award affirms an employees’ sense of belonging within the organization, therefore increasing employee engagement and retention.
Organizations named to the “Best Places to Work in Multifamily™” list can see a tremendous impact on any marketing they conduct. They can use the distinction to enhance their employee recruiting efforts, increase effectiveness of the organization’s marketing to reach residents, and improve their reputation in the community, state, or industry.
Whether or not you think your organization would receive a “Best Place to Work in Multifamily™” distinction, we encourage you to participate. Gathering feedback from your employees will provide you with a baseline so you can see where your organization can improve.
The results of the survey process prove an invaluable tool for any participating organization, even if they do not make the list. After completion of the survey process, all participating organizations have the option to receive the Employee Feedback Report, which includes employee feedback for each survey question, employee comments, and aggregate organizational benchmarks. Benchmarking data allows organizations to compare their scores to the overall averages of both the list-making organizations as well as all program participants. To conduct this kind of in-depth research independently would normally cost between $5,000 and $10,000 in consulting fees.