FirstService Residential, British Columbia
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About the company

  • Company size
    201 to 500
  • Industry
    Hotels & Resorts
  • Headquarters
    #700, 200 Granville Stree...
  • Link
    FirstService Residential, British Columbia website
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Rating is calculated based on 73 reviews and is evolving.



Talent Acquisition Specialist in BC Headoffice
on 1 April 2022
One Big team
When I started at FirstService I had no idea what a residential concierge did. I figured that it would be a good place to work for a few months till I figured out what I really wanted to do. Now I have been with the company for almost 3 years and I am on my second promotion. I have had wonderful supervisors and managers that really believe in me and treat me like a valued team member. The residents I served were welcoming and warm. It has been the best place I've ever worked in my 20 years of various employments.
Concierge in Vancouver
on 3 March 2022
People are pretty petty here
It depends on your property that you're chosen for. It can be a walk in the park, or you can deal with crazy strata people with no support and you just have to deal with their stuff.
Property Manager in Vancouver, BC
on 12 November 2021
Easy going
very good place to work, they have lots of buildings and always need staff to cover more property. Monday to Friday work, always get holidays off depends where etc.
Lead Concierge in Edmonton, AB
on 11 October 2021
Management is unorganized and lack knowledge
Management does not have the ability to seek out experienced individuals for concierge. They seem to hire anyone who has any experience in a hotel at a front desk, and then attempt to make them into a concierge.Training is intense, but informative, and prepares you for the skills required to do the job, however, without hands on training you are thrown into a fire and entrusted to be good at your role knowing what you have learned in training.If you fail... you are gone. They waste your time in hiring you, training you, and then say they will not move forward with you the first mistake you make, rather than allowing you to learn from your mistake, improve.
Administrative Assistant in 200 Granville
on 25 November 2020
Productive and good work place
Although the workload is high, it helps that management is supportive and does not micro-manage. Resources are plenty if you want to learn or be trained about a certain task but you can learn at a pace that you feel comfortable in. Time goes fast at work because you never run-out of things to do and because you are allowed to work head down and focus on what you need to do. The company culture feels neutral in the sense that you don't feel out of place. Flexible working environment due to Covid.

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