Why do you work at your job? How do you choose a new position? Our property controller recently shared her reasons for being a Roscoe staff member when she reached out to a potential employee.
I just want to reach out to you because our HR manager said you declined our offer. Just so you know, Roscoe promoted 7 people from within in December, myself included. Roscoe is a really great company to work for if you are looking to move up – your hard work does not go unnoticed around here. I have been here less than 2 years and have been promoted 3 times.
I also remember you mentioning during your interview that you functioned best when not being micromanaged. The vibe around here is very chill. Here at Roscoe, we enjoy our freedom – we can take lunches whenever we want and our desk does not have to look a certain way! And, don’t forget how awesome our reporting process is – we are fortunate to have all the bells and whistles. We are all about streamlining our processes around here. I can’t remember the last time I had to file something because everything is digitized.
I really enjoyed meeting you and was impressed with both you and your resume – you are very smart and know what you’re doing. I think we would work well together and I would be thrilled to have you on my team.
Some other perks about Roscoe – the people here are amazing, I love coming to work to see my coworkers. We all get a long, a bunch of us even go to J Blacks most Fridays to enjoy their delicious (half-off) pizzas. Roscoe throws great parties and has great benefits (insurance, 401K, PTO). Every year we are treated to a full day of property touring – we rent a party bus and visit most of the properties we manage. The tour is nice because you get a chance to see the properties you are doing the accounting for and you get mingle with your coworkers while being paid!
I really hope that you reconsider our offer. I know that the possibility of a promotion is enticing and you should do whatever you think is best and will bring you the most happiness. But, you seemed really unhappy with your position and the way the accounting department operates when you were interviewing, so I just wanted to reach out to you and let you know that there is a lot of room for growth here at Roscoe and we would love to have you on our team.
We’re always thrilled to have employees who enjoy coming to work, so thank you for sharing the email. The potential employee ended up accepting our offer, and we look forward to welcoming her to our team!