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Building Community, Maintaining Balance

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Conversations in the Entrust Property Solutions office often revolve around how to show employees more appreciation and how the whole team can become more involved in the community. Steps are taken daily to ensure continual movement toward these goals and the whole team is involved in the process.  

“I can confidently say that the culture of this company is all about relationships, balance and community,” said Chelsey Bunch, director of marketing and business development with Entrust. 

“Property Management is not an easy job,” added COO Amanda Hall. “Our team works hard and has to deal with challenging situations. So, balancing that with appreciation and respect for personal life is important to us.” 

One thing that sets Entrust apart is the company’s generous paid holiday leave that stretches throughout the year-end holidays and is given to every single employee. 

 

Community Involvement

A program is currently in the works for employees to have a dedicated amount of paid-time off to serve the charitable organizations of their choice. This would allow employees to be able to serve organizations during the week and get paid for it, instead of just using their weekend time to serve. Talks are also in the works to set up optional employee payroll charitable contribution plans.

 

Why join the team?

People want appreciation, a feeling of community and balance.

“We are in unique times and priorities have shifted for many,” said CEO Brent Brown. “People want flexibility, genuine appreciation for their hard work, and the ability to check out and be with their families.”

“We don’t allow ourselves to get complacent,” added Hall. “We want happy employees who know their input is greatly valued and we strive for that every day.”

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