A Special Message From Penn Apartment Staffing

Click the player below to view this video. As we move forward in our fight against the Corona Virus (covid-19), we encourage all our team members and employees to remain vigilant and take extra precautions against contracting the virus. The video above was produced by the National Apartment Association and represents the best practices for members of the multifamily industry.. Our care for our employees is just another way we work to make Penn Apartment Staffing, “The Way Staffing Should Be”

New Austin Office Now Open

Penn Apartment Staffing is pleased to announce the opening of our new office located in Austin, TX at 7600 Chevy Chase Dr. Suite 300. Rosa Montes will be our Branch Manager and will lead the Austin team. Penn Apartment Staffing was established by Rick and Jan Penn and has become the trusted leader in temporary and permanent placement positions for the multi-family property management industry. Give us a try so you can see our tag line in action “The Way Staffing Should Be”

DFW Penn Team

DFW Penn Team at AAGD Trade Show on 3-20-19 (Front left to right) Yolanda Baltazar, Victoria Robles, Denery Salazar, Juli Posada (Back) Rick Penn

What Greatness Looks Like

The Houston Team ~ from left: Daniel Lopez, Yoland Balthazar, Prescilla Ramirez, Nelli Aziz Insider Tips That Make The Difference from the Staffing Pros At Penn Apartment Staffing, Houston Office When you’re interviewing for your dream job, one of the worst things you can be is forgettable. You know you want to set yourself apart from the competition, but how can you do that? And more importantly, how do you make sure you’re remembered in the right way so you get the offer letter? Here are some ways to make hiring managers and recruiters remember you in the best way possible. How to Be Remembered for the Right Reasons Be genuine. Hiring decision makers across the board agreed that this is one of the best ways a candidate can stick out in a good way during an interview. If you’re nervous, tell them…It’s fine to admit nerves; it stops the interviewers trying to ‘read’ you and usually acts as a bit of an icebreaker.” Instead of trying to be something you’re not, you can be more relaxed by admitting your nerves. Tillyer goes on to advise that, “If you’re excited, tell them! Everyone wants to hear if you’re excited to