Admin & Leasing Specialist (Current Employee) – London, ON – 21 February 2017
I've learned to balance priorities in a breakneck speedy environment. Management could benefit from listening to employees concerns and balancing employees tasks more efficiently and hiring more people to balance current employees tasks. Most enjoyable part of the job is meeting new people and helping them find the most suitable product for them and keeping current residents happy. Most difficult part of the job is balancing work and home life. Too many tasks for one individual (due to essentially executing 3 full time positions daily).
Senior Analyst (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 7 March 2019
Open environment in terms of team-to-team interactions, senior management approach-ability & knowledge accessibility. Work life balance is proportional to seasonal variations in business, pretty much like all other contemporary enterprises, with some pretty busy days to relatively relaxed days. Highly encouraged industry learning substantiates the company's active growth phase. There is, of course good scope to sharpen technical skills as well. Overall, a healthy & supportive journey till now.
Regional Painter (Current Employee) – Central Ontario – 6 March 2019
As a regional painter for the company you have lots of opportunity to learn and grow. It's perfect for a job as a painter looking to gain more experience. Upper management is always there to support you when you need it. Overall timbercreek is a great place to work.
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