Building operator for 20 Vic Management (Former Employee) – Calgary, AB – 15 February 2018
This company did so much for the employee, i was not at a good at location and i think that is what brought me elsewhere. But looking back the head office and managment really know what they were doing when it came to the employees and how to put them first
IT system supervisor (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 6 October 2017
participate different project, review daily system report, troubleshoot escalating case;
20VIC is a small company in this commercial real estate industry, but working here you can learn and increase your skill background, as you can touch more works which will be handled by different positions in a large company.
the Boss is very generous and nice to each employee.
Operations Supervisor (Former Employee) – Kamloops, BC – 30 August 2017
Administration does not like change, also feels like you are constantly justifying yourself and the choices you make, as if you are constantly on trial. Stuck with lots of red tape and 80's style management. Lots of micro management, higher level staff treats those under them as incompetent. This causes a high turnover of staff at the lower levels.
lot of system to learn and new challenges everyday.
Security Supervisor at The CORE / TD SQUARE (Current Employee) – Calgary, AB – 18 May 2017
20VIC is a really good company to work with. They really take care of their employees. best thing I like about working here is that every day brings a new challenge and you learn new things. I have learned a lot while working here from training new guard force to dealing with tenants complaints, access system issues and systems, Fire system etc.
Administrative Assistant (Former Employee) – Regina, SK – 11 April 2017
Great Opportunity, I worked there for a temporary company. Wonderful people, they were so nice. I was given the opportunity to gain skills, which I could bring forward to other employment opportunities.
Work Term Student (Former Employee) – Halifax, NS – 17 November 2016
A typical day off work was coming and opening up everything,Computers, opening files, writing down messages, checking emails.
I learned how to work with a group of people because everyone worked with each other in some way. I learned out to open file cabinets, answer calls and transfer calls, i learn how to do payable and receivables, i learn how to copy memos and put away files.
Filing Clerk (Former Employee) – Calgary, AB – 1 November 2016
The team were really bad. This guy that I work with I still talk to. He's great. But this team would talk about how bad you are and how worst job you are doing. I asked why I was doing so bad, they never gave me review.
Senior Revenue Accountant (Current Employee) – Yonge and Queen – 24 September 2016
Great place to work good benefits, no turnover and most of them are in their retirement age. Employees not willing to change due to close to their retirement age. No opportunity for progressive people.
Filing Clerk (Former Employee) – Calgary, AB – 16 August 2016
Typical day at work for me would come in and just help update their paper filing system to up to date and what the owner would like. The co - workers were great and took care of me and asked me how I was. But once in a while I could hear the this guy talking about me and make fun of me over the walls. They would invite me to their free lunchon but they didn't invite me to the office party.
Very Productive and Professional Learning Environment
security officer (Current Employee) – Pickering, ON – 19 November 2015
I learned how to do dispatch as well as control the Surveillance. I was taught how to write reports, tag lost and found as well as parking tickets. I also learned how to grant permits and respond to certain situations and incidents. The management there is very respectful and professional and very hard working. They are all dedicated to their job and take it very seriously. The hardest part of the job was getting acquainted with all the policies and codes but when you practise alot, it becomes much easier to memorize.