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Great Benefits but overwork employees
Leasing and Property Administrator (Current Employee), Dartmouth, NSAugust 18, 2014
Thoroughly enjoyed my position and interaction with clientele on a daily basis. Good pay and benefits, not much advancement through the satellite office in my area.
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Fun workplace and very busy
Property Leasing Administrator (Former Employee), BramptonMarch 20, 2013
Daily basis , answering all phone calls providing information to residents and prospective residents, taking pre applications , deposits, credit checking, showing apartments to prospective residents
Very nice people to work with very helpful and understanding
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great place to work
CSR (Former Employee), Toronto, ONAugust 29, 2012
Pros: easy and stress free
Cons: boring at times
Great place to work. Lots of nice people. Enjoyed my time there.
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Very good company to gain experience in management and law enforcement
Senior Security Supervisor (Former Employee), Toronto, ONJune 14, 2012
 Direct supervision of unionized security personnel in a large versatile retail environment
 Work independently within policies, procedures and high expectation of the companies requirement
 Offer medical assistance to individuals in need
 Investigate and research issues to determine the most appropriate enforcement action
 Handle operations of – more... the security department hand in hand with the manager
 Crisis intervention and through knowledge of corporate procedures
 Conflict resolution involving various parties and determine appropriate response to sensitive issues requiring unique resolution options
 Handle variety of tenant/customer problems and complaints to achieve a positive resolution
 Recommending input to new procedures and policies to improve office efficiency
 Resolve and find positive resolutions to domestic disturbances
 Defuse hostile situations
 Train security personnel to find positive resolutions in to most challenging situations
 Train security personnel with court etiquette
 Use of Defensive Tactics
 Use of tactful verbal tactics to defuse tense situations
 Parking enforcement and managing
 Work hand in hand with Police Officers and investigations – less
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Security Guard for Oxford's Square One Shopping Centre
Mall Security (Former Employee), Square One Shopping CenterJanuary 21, 2014
Pros: decent pay, experience in customer service
Cons: supervisors unprofessional, work hours, stressful environment, high rate of staff discipline
Worked at Square One mall as Security for one year. At first it was an amazing job but wore off quickly.

A typical day as a mall security at Square One (mornings) You report on duty, remove shopping carts around the property to their respectable store, unlock doors, start up escalators, and open parking barriers, opening locked doors for tenants when – more... required. Patrol interior mall looking for tenant "violations" and completing various reports on pretty much everything. Property damage, customer injuries, thefts, vehicle damage, assaults, etc. Provide customer service to all guests, respond to "security related calls", issue trespass notices, and mobile property patrols.

Poor work environment as far as "job culture" goes, supervisory staff Immature and unprofessional have poor people managing skills... Very heavy handed when it comes to disciplining staff for almost anything.

If the supervisory or senior staff dislike you; you're job/ time at Square One will seem never ending. No chance for advancement unless you dedicate yourself 4-5 years to achieve supervisor.

Constantly being disciplined instead of receiving training, or proper and professional corrective action. Felt ganged up on by most staff.

Overall an unpleasant work environment, however good security/ private policing experience. – less