BGIS goes into businesses and promises to save them money on their operations. First thing they do is cut funding on maintenance. They run the equipment into the ground and only do repairs unless there is redundancy present. After 3-5 years of complete incompetence they cry for more funding from the customer and then get replaced with another equally incompetent property management company. So my answer to how the future looks for BGIS, not good....not good at all
The future is grim for BGIS.
Beware about the clever marketing. BGIS is not all it's cracked up to be for sure. No experts on board for any real service to provide. Very misleading.
The Directors, Team Leaders and Team Members are not capable to take on any new clients with the current lack of experience and professionalism. Most people are new with no experience or training. The employee turnover rate is very high. They recently lost a very large client. No future exists for BGIS unless they get rid of the Directors and Team Leaders and hire more professional experienced people.
I think they're in for the long haul. It seems to be managed well at corporate levels.
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- How long does it take to get hired from start to finish at BGIS? What are the steps along the way?5 people answered
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