Former employee (Former Employee) – Alberta – 3 April 2014
Senior management does not have a clue on how to run a department or does not have the education or knowledge to provide any positive feedback to their managers. Worked 50+ hours a week and for what?.....low pay and mega stress.
MARKET RESEARCH AND ANALYST (INTERNSHIP) (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 10 August 2017
Coop program which allowed me to work with a bigger company. Understood the importance of communication and determining clients needs. Also learned how to make presentations in a corporate environment.
Category Manager (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 28 June 2017
Work environment and overall company culture is great. I was unlucky to have a manager who saw competition in me and let me go 2 weeks before he was let go. I am just concerned about the future in retail overall and profitability of the large retail property managers like CF.
Lead engineer (Current Employee) – Calgary, AB – 21 June 2017
I have found CF is a great company to work for.Their benefit is exceptional. A lot of room to grow your career. I had the full empowerment to make my decisions on big budget items. One best company to work for.
Administrative Assistant - Student Internship (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 14 May 2017
This was a student summer job for me. I only worked there for two months, in two different buildings. I worked with the management team of each building. This place was where i learned most of my admin skills, plus everyone was great.
Property Accountant (Former Employee) – Calgary, AB – 8 May 2017
I worked in the accounting department and the typical week required 50 hours of work, while it was advertised as 35. The processes and documentation were so cumbersome that they seemed almost prehistoric. In 3 accounting positions the total turnover was 10 people over 3 years. That shows you the burn out. I received tremendous positive feedback right until I was told that I did not need to come in any more. No warnings, no feedback...just done one one day with no real explanation.
Development Accounting Analyst (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 26 November 2016
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Great company to develop your career with chances to grow inside
Maintenance Engineer (Current Employee) – Calgary, AB – 9 June 2016
As a Building Operator or Maintenance Engineer, there are a lot of opportunities to learn and fulfill your professional needs as a mechanical engineer, there are chances to work with industrial equipments (high power pumps, chillers, heat exchangers, cooling towers, FCUs, RTUs, Fans and Generators), also with high end technology such as the heating plants' control through automatized system.
CF is One of the Best Managed companies
Sometimes it became quite repetitive, but that also could means new opportunities to improve operations
Guest Service Representative (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 4 June 2016
Management was poorly executed. As a guest services representative when new policies were formed they were never properly communicated. Things were passed down through the 'grape vine' and then you were reprimand for not following correct "procedure". Women/girls were very catty and unprofessional from management.
Financial Analyst (Former Employee) – Toronto – 18 May 2016
Learned everything I know about the industry because of the great leadership and fun experiences. I reported to the VP and was given exciting and new opportunities to learn each day. My co-workers gave me every chance to succeed and ensured I was enjoying my summer internship.
Administrative Assistant (Former Employee) – Vancouver, BC – 6 April 2016
Thrown into a world where you need to hit the ground running although you have no idea what you are doing. Manager of department is not able to figure out how best to train and retain for this particular position. Said manager also fired previous employee and blocked that individual from moving departments. The procedures to get things done are ridiculous and redundant.
Expected to know complicated leasing language with no proper training, direct management needs development
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 11 February 2016
Great work/life balance. Competitive salaries. Great opportunities for advancement. Employee engagement is high, with events every quarter. Hardest part of the job is dealing with demanding high profile tenants. Best part of the job is location.
Administrative Coordinator-Finance (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 6 February 2016
A typical day is very busy, but your hard work is rewarded with genuine appreciation from management and great perks. I work with a great team. My supervisor is always very supportive, ensuring I have the tools to succeed in my role. Working in administration means a high volume of tasks and lots of running around on certain days.