I managed an apartment complex. The community that I worked at was a great community, we had great residents, everything was really easy and normal. I had a resident who I was evicting. He came into my office and he threw a note on my desk that said, “Close all the blinds, give me your car keys and your wallet, get on your hands and knees.” And he pulled a gun out of his jacket. It’s a Monday, I’m at work by myself, and we start struggling and fighting and then the gun went off. He ran out one way, I ran out the other. The focus of “employee well-being” is not a new idea and over the recent months, challenges in our world have people inside and outside the workplace facing growing concerns. This is a story that employees should not have to tell. Given the natural challenges within our industry of touring apartments, employees working shifts after sunset, and individual maneuvers through resident apartment homes it is understandable that these employees would be concerned about their personal safety. Multifamily…