6 Tips for Onboarding a Community Association Board

Anytime you have incoming board members to your community association, it is important to set expectations and outline the duties each person will perform. New board members must be brought up to speed as quickly as possible so that you can go about your business and get things done with the minimum amount of stress possible.      Read the article……………


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