All of us have been forced to adapt and adjust our business operations and daily routines as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, but we’ve learned some valuable lessons on keeping in touch while practicing social distancing.
The COVID-19 pandemic has had an immediate and devastating effect on the U.S. job market and labor force. So far, community association managers have been protected from layoffs and furloughs as they provide essential services to clients.
Nearly 75% of community association board members express being “confident” or “very confident” regarding the current budget, though almost half expect assessment delinquencies to increase in 2020, according to a CAI survey conducted in late April.
As many of us finalize plans to spend Thanksgiving with family and friends, we also should take some time to feel grateful for those who have had an impact on our lives and celebrate this year’s accomplishments, big and small.
As the growing community association management industry is witnessing a changing of the guard, its pioneers are looking for ways to successfully pass the torch to the next generation of leaders.
Community association management is becoming a sought-out career with growth for new hires expected in the coming decade, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.