Pan Pacific Properties is clearly a business (only out there for themselves)....it is made up of many properties throughout Washington as well as a couple of other states. They (PPP Owners) are not supportive of their management team, they will of course act like they are, but will lay you off without cause (at the drop of a dime). My suggestion is.....NEVER feel that you have job security. The owner is ONLY into this for himself. He will bow down with his tail between his legs to other owners because he is clearly afraid to upset his ""business partner"". I worked for PPP for quite some time and was thrown out on my butt with a one day notice....professional huh?! I understand this is a business, but I don't understand how they can lie to your face and then act like they care...give me a break! The property manager and office staff is wonderful. The property manager is the only reason to remain at PPP, but I truly feel the owner is unappreciative and disrespectful to her as well. She is the best thing at PPP, I can not say enough good things about her, it was an honor working with her, and I miss her as a boss:( I do have to say I was told when I first started at PPP (by another manager), to watch out for myself. That PPP Will turn on you before you could even blink, and with no real reason (it happened to her, other employees, and myself). My experience is....they will ""use then lose you"". All I'm saying is if you have direct contact with the owner (PPP)...NEVER feel like you are secure with your job. Also, expect a fight if you try to claim unemployment, they will try their hardest to prevent you from collecting. I was lucky, it was not challenged for me...but saw it challenged for others. I am by no means not saying don't work for PPP, I am suggesting that you try to not work a property that is owned by the PPP owners, they seem to get intimidated easily by other owners. My experience with other owners was professional, all managers of the Washington properties are really nice, good to work with. All in all....don't expect job security, and good luck!!