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Since 2007 Occupancy Solutions, LLC has provided operational, marketing, maintenance, human resources, housing compliance, leasing consulting and training services for multifamily professionals of market rate, senior and

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As you increase the amount of detail and length of your document, you’ll want to change the writing model you use. When you have lots of information, such as for a proposal, report, or technical manual, you want to switch to a writing model that allows you to organize your information in a way that engages readers and helps them quickly scan for key information.   Building your capability to present a lot of information in the way readers want to receive it is essential to your success. Do this well and readers will want to read your document (very important), but more importantly, they’ll know what to do with it.   By completing this course, you will:   • Know how to use the writing model required for long documents, such as reports and manuals   Read More

To be an effective business writer, it is essential you keep the reader in mind. Adjusting your writing style and tone to meet the needs of the reader will always work to your advantage. When you do this, your readers will enjoy your document, understand the key points, and most importantly, they’ll know what to do.   Making a conscious effort to implement a few proven writing techniques will make a difference. For example, readers want simple words and short sentences, instead of jargon and business speak. While complicated business language may seem to make your document look more important, simple and easy to read language is always appreciated by all readers.    Whether you’re writing an email or long technical document, you will practice applying the essential writing techniques to your written communications. You can use the checklist in two ways. First, to remind you of the elements as you write, second as a way to assess the quality of your draft before finalizing your communication.   By completing this course, you will:   • Know how to use an effective writing style and tone   Read More

To be an effective business writer, it is essential you keep the reader in mind. Adjusting your writing style and tone to meet the needs of the reader will always work to your advantage. When you do this, your readers will enjoy your document, understand the key points, and most importantly, they’ll know what to do.   Making a conscious effort to implement a few proven writing techniques will make a difference. For example, readers want simple words and short sentences, instead of jargon and business speak. While complicated business language may seem to make your document look more important, simple and easy to read language is always appreciated by all readers.    Whether you’re writing an email or long technical document, you will practice applying the essential writing techniques to your written communications. You can use the checklist in two ways. First, to remind you of the elements as you write, second as a way to assess the quality of your draft before finalizing your communication.   By completing this course, you will:   • Know how to use an effective writing style and tone   Read More

After a frightening incident, expert workplace investigators are called to crack the case. In the midst of the story, viewers will learn about the hazards of exposure to the various machinery and elements of outdoor work environments. In this unique video, emphasis is placed on working in the elements and how to recognize, prevent and handle heat stress and a variety of other outdoor situations. This landscaping safety video is designed to prevent complacency from entering into your landscaping training. Read More

Become a part of the Workplace Safety Investigation (WSI) team as they collect clues from both affected and authorized employees to determine the cause of a fatal workplace safety incident. This made for TV safety training video will actively engage the viewer as the OSHA Lockout Tagout standard 1910.147 is continuously referenced in an effort to discover the violation that led to the accident. Topics covered also include: Locks & Tags Group Lockout Tagout Procedures Energy Sources & Energy Control Plans Affected and Authorized Personnel PPE Isolation and De-energizing of Equipment Maintenance and Repair Read More

As a manager, your attention is usually focused on doing the right things to create a work environment that will cause your employees to engage, perform, and stay. However, the organization needs you to stay too. You are a valuable asset to the company, and it’s just as important for you to engage and stay, as it is for your team.   For this course you will review particular work elements and select three areas that are really important to you. These areas should be the things you must have at work to create a job that will cause you to want to stay and be your best.   By completing this course, you will:   • Know what will create a work situation that will cause you to stay   Read More

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