Associate Accountant (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – December 10, 2015
At CBRE I’d like to say thank you for the memories, friendship and collaboration in building our Accounting Career for 5 years. I’ve met many of different culture in my travels and many more of them virtually and the corporate culture, work ethic and drive to success was amazing and humbling. Special thanks to my Accounting team for putting up with me and for their dedication in servicing all of them as well all Clients (RBC , IO, CORP,) who had always partnered with us to achieve this hug high productivity an Accounting Department. Very fun workplace with jokes, parties (celebrating birthdays,holiday's...) I will miss them all dearly and wish them all great success in the future.
Very cut throat with no clear guidance from management. You have to play a guessing game to see what they want. Very stressful environment with no direction or career advancement
Electrician / Critical Environment (Current Employee) – Barrie, ON – May 21, 2014
I am and Electrician for CBRE and have been for almost 2 years. The job looks fantastic on paper but it requires many hours of work and a rotating shift schedule. It creates low moral and depressed workers with no backup for vacation or sick days. This means that if you take a vacation, there is at least 2 other people who are suffering to make up the coverage lost with your absence.
All in all it has good job security but it isn't for everyone.
Network Analyst (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – June 19, 2013
The management of my particular department and my coworkers were great. Having said that, the people we served made working there, on the whole, a complete and utter nightmare. One should not dread having to go to work in a hostile environment and sadly the management of my department did little to stop it. One can call it the pitfalls of working in real estate.
Support Administrator (Current Employee) – Vancouver, BC – July 9, 2013
Most troubling of all is that regional management there are blind to how some of the people in the office are treated. There is such a cut throat atmosphere to make a sale that if you are not part of sales you are 2nd class.
Building Operator (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – October 5, 2015
I learned a lot from my co workers. The office personnel were very supportive.But no system in designating personnel in certain area.There's a lot of room to grow but financially constrained when comes to maintenance supplies.
Data entry (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – June 20, 2014
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