Guardian Property Management Selected by Minnesota Business Magazine as One of the “100 Best Companies to Work For” in MN

Minneapolis, Minnesota – Guardian Property Management is proud to announce that it has been selected as one of Minnesota Business magazine’s “100 Best Companies to Work For” in 2018. This marks Guardian’s second consecutive appearance on the list, following its debut in 2017.

Minnesota Business’s yearly “Best Companies to Work For” awards recognize Minnesota companies that excel in the areas of work environment, employee benefits and overall employee happiness. The “100 Best” are selected based on the results of an anonymous online questionnaire filled out by the employees of each participating company.

“It’s a great honor to receive this award for the second year running,” said Jennifer Spadine, owner of Guardian Property Management, “especially since it is based on feedback from our own exceptional staff. They’re the people who know Guardian better than anyone else, and their hard work and dedication are the driving force behind our success.”

Spadine continued, “The reasons Guardian is a great place to work are best summarized in our five Core Values: Work Accountability and Life Balance; a Culture of Support and Service; a Good, Better, Best Philosophy; Honesty and Integrity; and Laughter and Positive Attitude. Those aren’t just words on a mission statement; they’re concepts that inform everything we do. When all those pieces are in place the result is a positive experience for both employees and clients.”

Guardian Property Management is an established, award-winning property management company that provides extensive leasing services as well as property maintenance and repair throughout the greater Minneapolis and St. Paul metro area, including Albertville, Monticello and St. Cloud. Guardian currently services more than 200 property owners with 750 properties of all sizes, from single-family homes to multi-unit apartment buildings

Posted by: news on December 26, 2018
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