Knock® Named to 2022 Best Places to Work in Multifamily, Best Places to Work in Multifamily for Women Lists
As a company that values innovation and digital transformation in the multifamily industry, Knock® is thrilled to announce that we’ve been named #20 on the Best Places to Work Multifamily® list and #8 on the Best Places to Work Multifamily® for Women list by Multifamily Leadership.
The Best Places to Work Multifamily® program recognizes those companies who have established and consistently foster outstanding workplace environments, and is part of a long-term initiative to encourage growth and excellence throughout the multifamily industry and attract new leaders to the industry. To be included on the lists, Knock underwent a rigorous evaluation process on its employee policies and procedures as well as responses from employees.
“It is such an honor for Knock to be recognized as a Best Place to Work in Multifamily® and Best Place to Work in Multifamily® for Women for a second year in a row,” said Nicole Ossey, vice president of people operations at Knock. “We take a lot of pride in ensuring that Knock continues to create a culture that helps one another thrive with growing opportunities. As the VP People & Culture and the first female executive hired three years ago, it feels extra special to know that I’ve helped pave the way to ensure everyone, especially women in tech, have a place at Knock.”
Employee recognition and retention are more important than ever
The multifamily industry, serving apartments and their residents, contributes more than $3.4 trillion to the economy annually, supporting more than 17.5 million jobs. Not only do apartment homes drive jobs that strengthen local communities, individuals and families realize the value of renting as a smart choice in today’s economy.
As CEOs and executive teams create culture and innovation around the resident experience, employee engagement is seen as a driver to meet multiple challenges. And at a time when the labor market is in flux, retaining talented teams and keeping them engaged is seen as a major challenge by multifamily leadership. But they shouldn’t be worried: Our recent survey of multifamily professionals found that one of the keys to increasing employee retention and decreasing time spent hiring and onboarding new talent is recognizing and articulating employee value (and it outlines the ways leadership can accomplish both).
Our #oneteam philosophy
At Knock, we have a #oneteam philosophy. A big part of bringing new capabilities to life is to continue to bring in exceptional talent that works together toward a common goal. We’ve been incredibly fortunate to build an amazing team that delivers real value to our customers each and every day, and we are so honored by these recent rankings from Multifamily Leadership.