Customer Service Agent (Former Employee) – Vancouver, BC – 6 January 2018
- Employees are great & friendly welcoming - Great Benefits - Call center environment disorganized - no Supervisor communication no one is on the same page - Systems are old and never function properly (always freezing) - Employees have to figure things out themselves as Supervisors are never around and they pass on task to other employees so they don't deal with it - Advancement opportunities limited as it's by favoritism - HR dismissive doesn't provide proper information
close to skytrain/in Harbour center building food court available
CSR - Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Vancouver, BC – 18 October 2017
A typical day of work consisted of answering phone calls, assisting customers with monthly parking and assisting customers with parking violations. Management was great, well trained, helpful, loved the staff, everyone got along great.
Enjoy communicating with customers on a large scale
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 28 September 2017
Providing assistance to customers with parking assignments, tickets and payments ● Processing payments using POF handheld device and computerized system ● Completed DPR Reports at the end of shifts and signed off on cash float to next shift.
junior landlord accountsnt (Former Employee) – Vancouver, BC – 22 September 2017
on their ad, they require applicants to be respectful but the managers I worked with are so disrespectful themselves with their staff... respect begets respect... be respectful before you expect someone to respect you.
Meter tech./patroller (Former Employee) – Calgary, AB – 9 September 2017
The worst place to work for, They do not pay very well and no raise at all in 5 years May be 0.25 cent even though I excelled at issuing tickets it did not get me extra pay or bonuses of any kind. Started at 11.00 dollars per hour and after repeated requests for an increase they gave me a 0.25 raise. The Managers have no education most of the operation Managers are high School drop out. The only place that doesn't require any qualification poor management.
Patroler (Former Employee) – Ottawa, ON – 6 May 2017
Mostly Ok to work for,. They do not pay very well and even though I excelled at issuing tickets it did not get me extra pay or bonuses of any kind. Started at 11.00 dollars per hour and after repeated requests for an increase they gave me a dollar raise.
Traffic Director (Former Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 1 April 2017
The work is hard but rewarding... Easy but your skin will get tougher and you will be able to do anything you want after. It builds your character and myself, I felt valued and more important than just a store clerk.
Parking Attendant (Former Employee) – Caledon, ON – 27 February 2017
Relaxed environment. Had to learn on the go about what accreditation to look for and how to deal with situations where people did not have required accreditation. Also, I learned how to deal with VIP guests and take care of their needs.