As more community associations are developed each year, management companies and boards will need to work harder than ever to locate, hire, and retain qualified community managers. Having on-the-job training is one way to ensure their career success.
More than a year into the COVID-19 pandemic, community management professionals have embraced remote work, virtual meetings, and other operational changes to provide continuity of service to their communities.
Utah and Connecticut recently passed legislation that facilitates the removal of racially restrictive covenants from community association governing documents and in deeds of individual homes.
Concerns stemming from the COVID-19 pandemic have delayed pool openings at some community associations. State laws offering limited liability protection are helping boards finalize plans for the 2021 summer season.
Community managers stepped up to help association boards and residents navigate the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic, but the increased workloads and responsibilities have caused some to feel impacts to their emotional wellbeing.