Leasing and Administration Specialist (Former Employee) – Waterloo, ON – 21 November 2018
Long hours and really low pay considering you’re doing your job and the property manager’s. You can be so busy from the time you get in until you leave and it can be hard to get a break but that’s the nature of the job. Training was good I learned a lot. Met some really great people!
It’s really tough to move around in there because favouritism is pretty bad. The office gossip and politics is like nothing I have ever seen. If you aren’t liked it’s a tough place to be and you won’t last long.
I wouldn’t recommend this place. There are way better companies out there.
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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