Area Manager (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 23 January 2018
This is not your typical sales job, or typical job at all. It is not for everyone. There is a lot of pressure to sell something to everyone, but don't let them walk out the door. This would be fine if we always had a product to match their needs, but we don't. There is no real room for advancement, or even lateral moves out of a sales role.
Get to meet great people and see new business ideas take shape
Long hours, never have a day off, it's all a boys club
Avoid working at this toxic workplace at all cost.
Community associate (Former Employee) – Vancouver, BC – 17 December 2017
Absolutely poor management. Area managers don’t know what they are doing and also don’t know how is the centre operated. The culture is very toxic as no one show support and absolutely no teamwork. Wage is really low compare to other similar job roles. Don’t get fool by title of the community associate, it is just basically receptionist plus labour.
Community/Office Manager (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 6 November 2017
In the past 5 years, they have cut staffing levels by half to two-thirds and expect more absolute output. A little above average pay but extremely high demands. Diverse client base but the company ensures heavy penalties if you pursue employment with them, even after separation of client or employee.
Area Manager-Atlantic Canada (Current Employee) – Halifax, NS – 3 May 2017
Working with Regus involves being on 100% at all times. You must take ownership of the business and failure is not an option. The workplace culture is great if you can work with the right team and clients and help create a network. The hardest part of the job is a combo of business development and client retention. The best part about the job is working with so many different clients and businesses.
CSR - Customer Service Representative (Current Employee) – Calgary, AB – 28 November 2016
I could not have asked for a better place to begin my career in customer service than Regus. I am a student who required a flexible work schedule and refused to work retail or in the food/beverage areas. From my co-workers to the management, everyone was so helpful in setting me up for success and making feel a part of the team. Do not hesitate to apply for a position within this company.
Directrice des opérations (Current Employee) – Laval, QC – 1 November 2015
Bel environnement de travail. Belle relation d'équipe, avec le patron et les clients. Agréable et non monotone. Beaucoup d'action et de défis. J'adore ! Seul bémol ; peu voire même pas de possibilité d'avancement dans l'entreprise. Pas de reconnaissance malgré le fait que l'on soit un employé de longue date...
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Mississauga, ON – 8 September 2014
Busy phones ringing constantly I learned that clients are always right, my boss was amazing always there for you ready to help you whenever she could, I love to make all y clients happy and that was a challenge, for me it was going to work everyday.
Aways meeting new people
To me there were no cons I loved my time with Regus
Diversity in the work place working with different businesses
Operations Manager/Sr. CSR (Current Employee) – London, ON – 15 February 2014
Assisting clients within the center by booking meeting rooms and day offices, showing clients to a meeting room, preparing their new office for move-in, trouble shooting basic technical issues, programming a phone, moving furniture to accommodate their office needs, providing a beverage Contribute to the overall revenue of the centre by identifying opportunities and actively up-selling/cross-selling Regus products and services. Serve as a resource for clients seeking information, assistance or recommendations; a thorough understanding of all key services, products and amenities are critical in the ability to deliver service in an exceptional and timely manner.