Good place to work if you can get the job,because there is no vacancies.
Building Operator (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 22 April 2017
It is most advanced Building Management Company. It looks after and manage most of Royal bank's buildings in Toronto. It manages buildings over 24 hours operation. It has Cafeterias and Fun and relaxing areas too. Workplace culture is relaxed and informal. Job involves 12 hours rotating shift which is the hardest part if you have children because you might be working 12 hours on holiday while your kids and wife want to go and enjoy the holiday but you are paid time and half. It is good place to work but it involves long hours and holidays work too.
IT Analyst (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 2 March 2017
Nice place to work at. No work pressure at all. Very nice people to work with. Everyday is fairly different, our whole property works almost as an entire team. The company is very large however, there is no room for growth.
Office services Co-Coordinator (Current Employee) – 200 Bay street – 9 December 2016
7:30- 4:00 Trained in over three different roles since I started with Oxford. The working hours are flexible Part of a strong team Exposed to over a 1000 different employees Constantly communicating during and after my shifts with co-workers and external companies.
Security Supervisor (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 14 October 2016
Very good company culture and you interact with great, positive, talented people every day. Very exciting if you enjoy real estate and you learn a lot about it. Very nice benefits package and compensation. Annual performance bonuses. Head office located in downtown Toronto, very easy to commute to by public transit.
Manager, Risk Management (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 11 January 2016
With over $30B in assets under management, Oxford still feels like a small company where bureaucracy is non existent. The teams here respect each facet of the rest of the company and everyone works cohesively to ensure the success of the company.
Temporary External Maintenance Technician (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 4 September 2015
As I was a part-time worker at the job , I was not eligible to all of the full-time benefits that come with the job. However, this did not exempt me from any of the events related to the company. What I liked about this company, is how team oriented it is. There was open communication between the various management in the company, which allowed problems to be solved very quickly.
Decent pay, excellent management, good work enviroment, prioritizes safety
Oxford Properties was a good company to work for. While there, they were transitioning policies and working towards better ways to do things. They have a great team locally and also at headquarters. Very caring about the servie they provide and education to ensure their employees provide it.
maitanance (Former Employee) – dartmouth ns – 22 January 2015
this was one of the worst jobs I have ever had. My manger favors people if he doesn't like you you know it. Never tell any of the upper management you are having problems or you will be let go. You will notice some people get taken to dinner and such and others get nothing they say you get sick days but once you try to take one they need a Dr note and management will not speak to you for a couple days. You have to beg for your personal days. 3 weeks vacation is nice but they usually will never give it to you when you ask for it. The money isn't bad but save your sanity money isn't everything. I hope this saves someone from working at this terrible place.
Systems, Help desk Analyst (bilingual) (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 4 November 2014
Checking all the MFP functionalities and the Norton Anti Virus for update. Checking Heat alert if there is any pending calls that require my attention and solve them ASAP. Meeting with the management , if necessary, and review any pending issue that might require any further investment to improve th system efficiency. The hardest part of the job is when Citrix is freezing and all over Canada, especially the West part (Calgary, Edmonton and Vancouver) end users are calling off the hook. The most enjoyable part of job is when an update in the system is producing expected results that amuse end users.