Property managers are hired to take care of a property's daily operations. That includes maintenance, bookings, cleanings, marketing, and even accounting. So why should property managers care about compliance?
The name might suggest they are something fancy or special, but that's not the case. See below to learn what are fringe benefits.
We are constantly looking for new integrations to improve our clients’ experience. For our enterprise clients, who own or manage larger portfolios (usually 100+ properties), our approach is tailored: we work with each one individually to understand their needs and offer solutions that make sense in their context.
The conversation around employee benefits has never been livelier – considering the current job market scenario, employees are looking for benefits beyond healthcare. It’s not bad for the companies, either, as several options offer a tax break for them.
Before the pandemic doing chores for new moms was already a burden: now, it is unbearable, especially with the work-from-home model being thrown into the equation. Studies have shown that a clean environment is fundamental for good mental health and that women are predominantly in charge of domestic work.
Vacation rental managers have a lot to do. Advertising their properties on Airbnb, and VRBO, taking care of maintenance, ensuring bills are paid and that guests are happy. It’s the same with property managers, their plate is full: dealing with tenants, owners and vendors.
There’s a lot a company can do to attract and retain top talent, from good compensation to a career plan, to offering benefits and different perks. But what’s the difference between employee benefits and perks and how a company should take advantage of them?
You have your operation set up. Reservations are coming in. You have a PMS in place, and you are killing it at marketing on all major booking platforms. But somehow, the cleaning and housekeeping are still lacking. You’re struggling.
The conversation around employee benefits has never been livelier – considering the current job market scenario, employees are looking for benefits beyond healthcare. It’s not bad for the companies, either, as several options offer a tax break for them. Here’s a guide to tax-advantaged employee benefits!
Note: TIDY does not provide any specific tax advice; please consult a tax professional.
When we say “cleaning automation”, you might think of robots. And you are not wrong. But it’s more than that. Cleaning Automation is the movement to replace human labor with software and robotics over time. Today, most of the industry is focused on software, but robots should play an increasing role in the 2020s.