Pros: great products, golbal name, impressive locations, great teams at some centres
Cons: poor management, no training, expect the deep end always, no quick advancement, extremely poor pay compared to competition, no benefits, mis matched roles, no real rewards, long long hours
My Brief time at Regus was quite interesting and I learnt so much about the company. Met lots of new people and made friends with clients while maintaining work ethics. Good products to sell and somewhat good value for money.
High employee turnover due to extremely poor pay for the responsibilities. Mismatching Management Roles and wrong personalities – more... for the jobs they are undertaking,
High expectations from Directors who do not reflect any role model for the teams besides pushing and pressurising . Poor training.
The WOW expectation Regus has, is failing due to poor staffing and customers being treated unfairly and with high neglect once they sign up. Most GM;s hide in the back offices and no interaction with clients or employees.
Over all a great company to work for if they can rectify their downhill corporate culture and if they can start taking their employees seriously and provide more training to non-management staff.
Regus management wastes so much money blindly and there is no budgeting or quotations process to save company money, they dump money on maintenance companies and contractors who are making the bucks, shame they could save and shop around and disperse the extra money for employees and rase their Moral.
Regus hence has a high turnover of employees when there is no recognition and compensation and rewards for what you do and they are constantly losing big talent that could drive the company's success by leaps and bounds if properly addressed.
Seniors getting basic wages rates of pay after you divide the hours you put in. 47.5+ hours a week. No sick pay, No travel allowances.
You do meet lots of nice people and great team members and that is the highs of working here. All employees are under constant stress and threats from upper management. No encouragement or development strategy for a company this size and all the claims they make. MY intention is strictly to give an honest and professional opinion so if any Management reads this it will help them improve.
Sales people are given admin duties which is totally against their colour profiling and personality and vice versa how odd!
REGUS IS NOT A BAD COMPANY, INFACT REGUS HAS SO MUCH TO OFFER. IT IS THE FACE THAT REPRESENTS REGUS THAT MAKES IT LOOK BAD. NO COMPANY HAS A GOAL TO POOR PERFORM AND NEGLECT THE STAFF OR GIVE INADEQUATE SERVICE IT IS THE PERSON SITTING AND REPRESENTING THE COMPANY THAT BRINGS A BAD NAME TO IT. – less