Oxford's Vancouver office is the most toxic work environment within the Oxford-OMERS family. Favoritism or nepotism is common in Vancouver's office. In the past two years three chief engineers, two building operators, one property manager, and one operations manager were let go or fired. Skills, education, certificates, experience are useless if you don't know who to please.
If you were in charge, what would you do to make Oxford Properties a better place to work?
My advice to the CEO of Oxford Properties Vancouver's office is that the General Manager should be terminated. Vancouver's office could be a much better and healthier place to work without him.
How long does it take to get hired from start to finish at Oxford Properties? What are the steps along the way?
Call their Operations Manager at MNP Tower and you will get hired if you are ready to work for cheap.
What advice would you give the CEO of Oxford Properties about how to improve the company?
I would advice the ceo to be more interactive with all employee's accross the board.