CMI Concierge and Security
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CMI Concierge and Security Careers and Employment

About the company

  • Founded
  • Company size
    51 to 200
  • Industry
    Hotel & Travel Accommodation
  • Link
    CMI Concierge and Security website
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Security & Public Safety

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Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 12 reviews and is evolving.



Concierge in Vancouver, BC
on 4 January 2020
typical day at work
CMI was a good company to work for. I enjoyed working there. CMI had a good working environment, good people, and it was a fast-paced job which I enjoyed.
Front Desk Agent in Vancouver, BC
on 12 September 2020
Productive and exellent place to put your energy on.
Mostly feel energetic and satisfied at work.Everyday learning somethinf new, mostly regarding technology and canadian lifestyleManage tasks easily sometime challegeing with team support.Multicultural place to work with memeber from different regions.Difficlt to deal with hyper, aggresive customers. The most enjoyable part of the job is always when customers respects the receptionist and show gratitude to their efforts doing for them to keep them safe and slove their everyday problems.
Head Concierge in Vancouver, BC
on 8 September 2020
Treated fairly and professionally
Great support from supervisors and other management I have worked with, they trust your judgement and generally don't get too involved. No missed hours or overtime pay from paystubs either! (as I have experienced plenty elsewhere).
security in Surrey, BC
on 12 February 2020
great tenants
Staff and tenants are good. Building responsibilities are many, very little management assistance, and low pay. No benefits worth anything. Apply at macdonald's, they pay Better.
Head Concierge in Vancouver, BC
on 28 March 2019
Low Pay. High Turnover. Terrible Management. Nice Residents.
I work as a Head Concierge. There is absolutely no career advancement in this company past my current positions, which means you will never be earning more than $17-19 per hour. Regular Concierges earn around $14 - 15. Company culture is non-existent due to the frankly incredible level of turnaround (6+ staff members in less than 8 months) and just how utterly impersonal upper management are. I currently work in a low stress building, but I have worked in a few others where you are normally required to work above and beyond your pay grade. Building dependent, expect to be treated like dirt by the strata council or management of the property and like others have said CMI will always take the side of the latter two if a dispute ever arises. The main benefits of working in this type of position are the friendships you can make with some of the residents and you can generally have steady hours if you're a Head Concierge or the Area Manager likes you. If you are a new immigrant to Vancouver(like me) this job might be suitable for the short term, but anything beyond that and it's simply not worth it due to low pay/career advancement.

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