Vaccines mandates for all federal employees, federal contractors, and many health care workers has left many other public and private organizations reevaluating their own health practices. Legal experts weigh in on how communities can keep their residents safe.
More than half of community association residents say they have become closer to their neighbors during the COVID-19 pandemic, according to a recent CAI survey. The results illustrate the value of community association living.
There are many challenges that can cause community association managers to feel unmotivated in their jobs. Management company executives: Improve your employee engagement with these four strategies.
Responding to tragedy: How CAI is offering support and resources following the Surfside condo collapse
The tragedy in Surfside, Fla., evoked many emotions for us all. The impact of this disaster will be far-reaching, changing many aspects of the communities we serve as volunteers, managers, and business partners. With much work still to be done, here is how CAI has provided support so far.
Although it will likely take months or even years to determine the causes behind the Surfside, Fla., condo collapse, local and state governments are examining building codes, standards and practices, and other appropriate actions to improve structural safety.
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.