Support Administrator (Current Employee) – Vancouver, BC – 9 July 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.
Maintenance Technician (Former Employee) – St. Catharines, ON – 19 April 2017
They hire you for your trade qualifications but neglect to tell you the truth about the job. Once you start working, you do all the trades but not the one that you know and have experience in. You work alone in a retail environment, they want you to do things you have no knowledge of or experience in. From unblocking toilets/urinals to fire safety and everything else under the sun. They want to turn your home into a parts depot for them. You work alone with little or no support, you must handle all of it, no matter how strenuous or dangerous it is. The work load is massive, the phone, the PDA never stop ringing, you work 24/7 on call. You have no personal life whatsoever. Management is never on the same page, way too many meetings with no clear objective, it's the trial and error method. They grab at straws, try this or try that. If you have service experience, you realize that you are working for amateurs. They're main objective is to save money for their client. You pay the price for that.. Their hiring method is based on lies, smoke and mirrors is their religion.
Account Based Jobs with limited advancement opportunities.
Sr. Manager Strategic Sourcing (Team Lead) (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 9 April 2017
Account Based Jobs with limited advancement opportunities. Every client has individual team to manage and there are limited budget to hire people therefore, small set of professionals are working to get things done. Overall not a bad company to work with however, after sometime you have to look for other challenges if you would like to grow your career.
Present, Building Operator Critical Environment (Current Employee) – here – 3 March 2017
extremely demanding and good learning curve good team and work environment couple of a*holes pretending that they know how to be managers but it is dissipated as positive thinking and proactive approach from crew.
Enjoyed working at CBRE because the work life balance was amazing. Our office had a certain amount of independence because we were so small. We were able to interface with the client daily and in a less formal atmosphere.
Life work balance
Sometimes the distance from head office was challenging when new programs were brought out.
Jr. Lease Administrator/Lease Assistant (Former Employee) – PH – 17 May 2016
started with a typical very busy day at work.. Learned to deal with different kinds of people.. Learned to handle people, how to treat them..Learned a lot on customer service and how to managed properties..My manager is great.. She provide all the needed help i need.. My co workers are always there to help.. we have teamwor.. the hardest part is to managed properties in the same way its good because Im learning.. the most enjoyable part is with the co-workers..
BUSINESS SYSTEM ANALYST (Former Employee) – Down Town, Toronto – 30 January 2016
A fast paced work environment that thrived on team building. Accommodating management that provided the liberty of flexible hours, at the same time ensuring that the work progress is not compromised. Co-operative co-workers that made the learning experience enjoyable at every stage including on the hardest days.
Great work environment meeting many clients,contractors
Senior Facility Manager for CBRE (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 22 January 2016
Each day was welcomed with many changes, from floods to fires to car incidents,robberies for some 100 RBC branches. Each day work orders came to have various work carried out. Supervised two Facility managers for Eastern area of Ontario and 13 mobile techs. working 24/7 managing sites for the past ten years with CBRE. Carried out yearly appraisals for job performance of staff, allocate bonus and decide on wage increases. Very fast pace, enjoyed the job very much, due to retendering of contract, CBRE lost to another Facility provider. Ready to get back into the work place.
Associate Accountant (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 10 December 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
Accountant (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 1 December 2015
Busy environment with high demands on reaching the deadlines. I learned new information on Property Management field and the challenges are coming with. Hardest part - communication with the client - Ontario Ministries. Enjoyable part of the job- communication within the Financial Department was good, very efficient and helpfull.