Colliers Project Leaders Careers and Employment
- Company size201 to 500
- Revenue$25m to $100m (CAD)
- IndustryConsulting and Business Services
Senior Project Manager in Ottawa, ON
on 12 January 2021
Management Decline Over Time
This Company's management has declined over time. Definately not the same company it used to be. They have gotten more greedy, lower or no bonuses, no appretiation for hard work, no leadership and no room for growth. They will drop you like its hot if it suits them. They just don't care under this new leadership.
Project Manager in Toronto, ON
on 17 March 2021
Extremely Poor Management
Management does not treat employees like actual human beings and does not try to keep them happy. Management not afraid to throw employees under the bus in order to keep clients satisfied. Everything is driven by the bottom line. Company is rotten at the core and it breeds a toxic environment.
Assistant Project Manager in Toronto, ON
on 20 October 2020
Not recommended for EIT’s (Engineers In Training)
Coworkers are nice and pay / benefits are fair.Opportunities for improvement and professional development will be severely lacking if you are an engineer in training (EIT).I am an assistant project manager and an EOT and my role for the past 1-1/4 year has mainly consisted of writing meeting minutes/agendas, status reports, invoice authorizations and other various administrative tasks. To date I have not been to an actual construction site to witness construction in progress. There has been no opportunity to gain the technical hours required to obtain the professional engineering designation yet. In my province of Ontario my work at Colliers will likely be ineligible for consideration towards my PENG.If you have a marketing or business degree I would recommend Colliers. If you have aspirations to get the professional engineering designation and are currently an EIT this company may not be your best option.
Project Manager in Halifax, NS
on 5 October 2020
A " Gun-For-Hire"
Do not, under any circumstances, accept a position within this organization. The culture is non-existent and coupled with excruciatingly long work hours. Employees will be expected to work day and night, weekends, and holidays. Decisions one makes will be undermined on a daily basis. Thoughtful ideas to better client experience will be met with opposition from those one "reports" to - fee income centric. Good Luck!
Marketing in Ottawa, ON
on 14 June 2020
Egotism is an understatement
Here’s what I can tell you. The executive team is an egotistical group of old white men, with 1% of women making up the balance - most certainly for optics. Project managers are rewarded for working non-stop. Internal “leadership” training is cult-like. I know several colleagues who were dismissed for no reason as this company terminates exclusively “without cause”.
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