DASMEN Residential is excited to announce our ranking as #31 of the top 35 Best Places to Work in Multifamily for Women

Scottsdale, AZ: DASMEN Residential is excited to announce our ranking as #31 of the top 35 Best Places to Work in Multifamily for Women awarded to us by Multifamily Leadership and The Best Places to Work organization. 


This award is a direct consideration from the employees of the apartment industry, reaching beyond membership and trade organizations. It is not based on judges from suppliers or company volunteers and cannot be influenced by sponsorship or fundraising campaigns. The rigorous assessment process evaluates each company’s employee policies and procedures, as well as responses from the company’s employees. The program is part of a long-term initiative to encourage growth and excellence throughout the Multifamily Apartment Industry and to help foster and attract new leaders.


“We were bestowed this prestigious award/designation by The Multifamily Leadership Group and The Best Places to Work Company,” stated Sean Landsberg, Vice President of Operations. “We are honored and humbled by this first-time award as it affirms our philosophy and vision of taking care of those that take care of us. This is our third Best Place to Work designation having received awards for the top 50 Best Places to Work in the multi-family industry for the past two consecutive years. This, however, is our first time receiving the Best Places to Work for Women designation, which speaks volumes to the culture we here at DASMEN preach and strive towards on a daily basis.”


If you want to know if it is a great place to work, you ask the people who work there. Patrick Antrim, Founder and CEO of Multifamily Leadership, says, “Employee engagement is actually a much more powerful indicator of organizational success than the size of the company, as employee engagement is tied to behavior and higher performance.” 


Ranking companies need a minimum of 25% females working in the organization. The female response rate must be 40%. The female percent of positive response determines the ranked order, largest to smallest.

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