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A Manager’s Perspective on Burnout in Condominium Management Industry

Val Khomenko
Publication date:
July 7, 2022
Article Summary: 

This article discusses burnout in the condominium management industry from a manager's perspective. It highlights the demanding nature of the job, including managing multi-million-dollar assets, handling late-night board meetings, and dealing with interpersonal conflicts. The introduction of licensing requirements by the Condominium Management Regulatory Authority of Ontario (CMRAO) and the challenges brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic have exacerbated the stress and workload for managers. The lack of industry support and a culture where discussing mental health is taboo further contribute to burnout. The article emphasizes the need for serious conversations to address these issues and suggests strategies for managers to tackle burnout, such as prioritizing self-care and seeking supportive employers or clients.


Burnout, Condominium Management, Stress, Demanding Job, Licensing Requirements, CMRAO, COVID-19, Pandemic, Mental Health, Industry Support, Workload, Strategies, Self-Care, Supportive Employers, Condo Boards, Management Providers.

Source Citation: 
Val Khomenko
A Manager’s Perspective on Burnout in Condominium Management Industry
July 7, 2022
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