FirstService Residential
Happiness score is 59 out of 100
3.4 out of 5 stars.
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About the company

  • CEO
    David Diestel
    69%
    approve of David Diestel's performance
  • Founded
    1976
  • Company size
    more than 10,000
  • Revenue
    $1bn to $5bn (CAD)
  • Industry
    Property Management
  • Headquarters
    Dania Beach, FL
  • Link
    FirstService Residential website
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Reviews

Manager in Vancouver, BC
on 26 July 2022
Good place to work
Loads of learning. Good culture and people around are nice Business is growing and they are very big in property management business .Ample growth opportunities for growth mindset people. They value their employees alot😊
First Service Residential Concierge in Concierge
on 12 September 2022
Bad place to work
A typical day at First Service is usually completing work left by the previous shift. On top of that you usually have to fix other peoples mistakes, ie previous shift not logging packages properly or placing them in the wrong place. Most of the time you are either not properly briefed or they have no idea of the current state of the building. Relief is 9/10 times late. They won't pay you for extra time. They expect you to do EVERYTHING! including playing stupid about building issues in front of board members so they can try to blame the issue on you.
PM in Vancouver, BC
on 23 August 2022
Underwhelming
Disillusioned by what I thought the company would offer, ultimately let down. Did not have access to FSR university training within the first two weeks of on-boarding, excluded from learning experiences, and my manager had relational aggression towards me that I found unbearable. Expect to work 7 days a week and can’t have a discussion about this with my manager, who is managing broker. I suppose this place has a great facade
Property in Ontario
on 17 August 2022
Bully environment, no room to progress, executives only care about the bottom line
I was with this company for over 15 years. I was there before FSR took over the previous company. As soon as they took over the company went sideways. They only care about their numbers. You are a number, not a person. Senior staff will band together and they do not care about the front line workers. The HR department is definitely not there for the Property Managers, but only doing what senior staff tells them to do. You will not be safe in this working environment.
Property Manager in Vancouver, BC
on 16 August 2022
Adaptive work environment
Property management can be challenging and stressful at times. The support here at this company is very good, and I feel like Managers and supervisors care about their people. I would recommend this company to anyone that is interested in learning as there is lots of opportunity to learn and grow.

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Interview is average
Process takes about a week

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Shared on 26 September 2019

-Experience -Customer service abilities -Problem solving skills

Shared on 10 October 2017

Theres basically no interview, its just a conversation and how your day is and telling you how to fill out the hire package.

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