Negative headlines impact current and potential community association residents, managers, business partners, and staff. Ward off public relations problems before it’s too late.
The beach is calling. The pool is inviting. The backyard is enticing. Take a seat, grab a book, and start reading.
Volunteers play a critical role in making community associations vibrant and attractive places to live. Finding, motivating, directing, and maintaining volunteers’ interest, however, are challenging tasks. Communities can perfect their recruitment and retainment strategies with the following tips and tricks.
Warm summer days typically mean there are plenty of opportunities for adults and children to swim and splash in community pools. However, a shortage of lifeguards nationwide is limiting the hours, or even days, that pools are open.
The Star-Spangled Banner. Old Glory. The red, white, and blue. No matter how Americans refer to the U.S. flag, everyone has the right to fly it.
The 2019 Atlantic hurricane season began June 1. For community associations along the coastal U.S., that means reviewing current emergency preparedness procedures for before, during, and after a hurricane.
Social media tools are a great way for community associations to increase engagement with their residents, but they can leave communities vulnerable to potential legal risks if managed inappropriately.
CAI's new site provides practical advice on common issues in the community association housing model.
In a competitive job market, community associations and management companies must highlight their strengths and address organizational shortcomings to hire and retain top talent, says business speaker and author Peter Sheahan.
A management consultant by trade, Michael Kulich went above and beyond to help the Turtle Creek Homeowners Association in Orlando, Fla., deal with Hurricane Irma's destruction.