BusinesSuites

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Great company, culture and experience
Center Manager (Former Employee), Austin, TXMarch 9, 2015
Pros: great teams, open feedback culture, professional working environment
BusinesSuites is a great place to work, they are best in class. They provide office space to entrepreneurs, professionals and corporate companies. At BusinesSuites you will gain professional business experience, have access to sales, technology and professional growth training. The corporate team is supportive, smart and the best I have worked for. The team you will join will as well be very talented. Much attention and thought is put into their hiring process and they have been successful building teams with the best people in the business. A typical day is fun, challenging and never the same. You will be helping clients with their office space needs, answering phones, assisting with technology, office space sales, marketing, and creating an enjoyable working environment for your clients. You will become a part of a family, within your team, the company as a whole and with your clients. Great place to work!
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I would recommend BusinesSuites as an employer.
Receptionist/Administrative Assistant (Former Employee), Columbia, MDDecember 9, 2014
BusinesSuites is a nice place to work. They offer a competitive compensation - benefits package and the management is top notch.
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Good company
Client Service Coordinator (Former Employee), Houston, TXJuly 28, 2014
Pros: corporate is great to work with.
Cons: there must be two employees at all times which sometimes can be a problem.
Interesting culture. This company is good to their employees.
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Managed and leased Executive Offices
Center Manager (Former Employee), The Woodlands, TXJuly 23, 2014
Pros: excellent salary and benefits, opportunity to learn more technology, great location and building, great rapport with clients and building management, marketing of the center through networking in community
Cons: lack of communication or feedback, constant changes in policies and procedures, no motivation or goal setting, no human resources department
I opened BusinesSuites in 2005 from the ground up. I supervised two Client Service Coordinators and managed and leased 50 executive suites in a class "A" building in The Woodlands for 8 years. I interacted with all of my clients on a daily basis and managed my employees in their services to the clients. I was also the liaison between my center and the Property Manager of the building. The best part of my job was leasing office space and increasing revenue for my center. I was 100% occupied with 7 pre-sold offices when I left plus I had 100% satisfaction from my client surveys in the way the center was managed and the exceptional service provided by me and my staff. I also had the highest revenue of any center in the company. The worst part of my job was not being able to accommodate new clients when I was full. I also did not really enjoy all the technology problems that I was forced to resolve for my clients but I learned how to make our systems work with their equipment. I am better in sales and management than technology but I was able to overcome my inadequacies, increased my knowledge and found success through it. I am very dedicated and I have great work ethic and I believe that is what makes a difference, especially when I am a roll model for my employees. I love to do whatever it takes to be the best and I always strive for perfection, especially since I am goal oriented. I had to have difficult conversations with clients from time to time and was successful in always smoothing things over, but at the same time I always had a desire to not only make the client happy, – more... but supporting my center's bottom line which I did. I enjoyed working for BusinesSuites very much but I did learn that communication is the key and BusinesSuites needed to improve on it. They would assume things rather than question or would decide to change policies without consulting the people who were doing the job, at a whim. They seem to struggle running the company efficiently and with consistency. I believe that they really need assistance in Human Resources in order to handle employees in a proper and ethical way. I was successful in spite of the lack of motivation, supervision or communication and at the end of the day, I knew my center grew and prospered and I had very happy clients and that meant everything to me. I was totally self motivated to accomplish my own personal goals that I set for myself. In the past jobs working as a Property Manager and Leasing Agent, I received a lot of inspiration, motivation and communication between myself and the owner's of the company. I was used to more of a conservative approach to running a corporation where goals and expectations were addressed. The skills I learned there, helped me become a better manager at this job. – less
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At First It Was Good
Client Service Coordinator (Former Employee), Columbia, MDJanuary 29, 2014
Pros: got to meet all sorts of new coworkers and clientelle
Cons: the company lost sight of its principals
I learned that when managers and coworkers have, on average, of less than one year before turnover, that it is time to leave the company. The company was expanding too fast and the corporate members were far too involved in the everyday workings of each center; there was no autonomy, only micromanagement due to the sole fact that they could not hire the right managers to run centers effectively.
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Headquarters
Austin, TX
Employees
51 to 200
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