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Opporutnity for Advancements and educational conferences
Property Manager and Account Representative (Former Employee), Stamford, CTMay 15, 2014
Each day consisted of many collection calls as well as storage sales over the phone, internet, and walk ins.
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Great position if you have a lot happening in your life
Store Manager (Former Employee), Houston, TXMarch 24, 2014
Pros: n/a
Cons: n/a
The job only needs you to answer the phone, help customers and take care of the building. If interested in what is basically babysitting, Cubesmart might make an excellent career choice.
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Stable
Vice President (Current Employee), Malvern, PAFebruary 13, 2014
A stable environment within a booming industry. New leader and new headquarters have created enthusiasm and interest. Big picture focus is prevalent and micro management is minimal.
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Really Good Job but doesnt pay enough
Store Manager (Current Employee), MiramarOctober 29, 2013
Pros: management cares about you
Cons: pay could be better, limited in advancement
Good company to work for. Not too hard and sometimes dont get customers so time goes by slowly.
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Managed Storage Facility
Manager (Former Employee), Kingston, NHOctober 2, 2013
It was selling storage units to people who needed them. I also managed the property.
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Productive and Relaxed workplace
Human Resources Generalist (Former Employee), Wayne, PASeptember 17, 2013
Checked email, set appointments to pre-screen candidates
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Interesting fun work place with apartment on some facilities
Manager (Former Employee), Knoxville, TNSeptember 16, 2013
Pros: mileage paid from one store to the other, 3 weeks paid vacition
Cons: not getting paid for holidays because we had to take an extra day off so no over time.
I enjoyed working with all my co-workers, I learned the basics of computer. Enjoyed the relationship with the customers because I felt like I was a help to the people when they were in need of help at the time.The hardest part of the job was to see the pople lose all there belonging to auction. the most enjoyabe part was meeting different people.Rented – more... storage cubes, made collection calls, cleaned facility, cleaned cubes and made repairs as needed. – less
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AM's and DM's are CHEAP
General Manager (Current Employee), FloridaAugust 7, 2013
Pros: benefits are competitive but not great
Cons: low hourly pay, tiny pay increases, assign to locations far from home
Most GM's are not qualified to run a facility. They do not follow management policies and procedures. They have no management skills, no professionalism, no mastery of the English language and conduct business to benefit their personal gains. Gossip is a daily occurence.
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Assistant Manager
Assistant Store Manager (Former Employee), Pembroke Pines, FloridaAugust 6, 2013
-Daily/monthly customer billing
-Verify quality and quantity of products that are received
-Prepared daily bank deposits
-Maintained high rental ratios of storage units
-Responsible for handling schedules and other related personal issues for employees
-Responsible for other duties as assigned and as needed
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Found impressive
Maintenance Technician (Current Employee), Rockford, ILJune 10, 2013
Very helpful in my Job Search.
Co-operative management
Colleagues are easy to go with
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Active, Fun loving Need Not Apply
Manager (Current Employee), Streamwood, ILMay 22, 2013
Pros: the golf cart
Cons: short lunch, bordom, little movement/activity
This is not a bad job. It would suit someone who is comfortable with being sedentary. That's not me. There is little to do and bordom can run rampant.
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Overall - not a bad company to work for
General Manager (Current Employee), Southern CaliforniaApril 2, 2013
Pros: good benefits, decent hours
Cons: it really depends on who your dm is...
Decent pay. If you're a GM, you likely are given an apartment to live at. But expect to attend to business/custoeemr service issues after hours and not get paid OT for it. We take payments, rent units, clean the property, and get bids to fix small jobs on the property like replacing keypads, gate fixes, lighting, etc. There is a lot of gossip but that – more... goes with any multi-property REIT. It can either be boring as hell, or busy as (expletive)! The worst part about the job is the duty repetition, and the nasty, entitled customers. Some customers are so picky and rude - they're not afraid to ruin your day. Upper management says to suck it up and be nice, but when they are asked to get invovled, the DM disappears and will not speak directly to the customers. It's probably the most stressful part about the job - dealing with the DM. They rarely come around if you know what you're doing and the property is performing well...but if it takes a down turn, they are like a fly on (expletive). If you have low occupancy, its the GM's fault... no matter what. – less
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Cubesmart not what they say they are.
not sure (Former Employee), TexadMarch 17, 2013
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Cons: n\a
Cubesmart treat their employees like dirt.They care too
much about making money and profit. Employees come last
especially Store Managers, General Managers get treated with
respect while they are making tons of errors and not following policy. Some work off the clock and Cubesmart letting employees work off the clock. Now you tell me is that right?? – more... I will never recommend Cubesmart to anybody WAY OVER PRICED!! SO WATCH THESE PEOPLE DON'T WORK FOR CUBE DUMB!!!! BEWARE!!! – less
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Fun Job, lots of customer service.
Office Manager (Former Employee), Wyoming, MIJanuary 22, 2013
The hardest part was because it was a storage facility we would be plowed out in the winter, but I would have to shovel all of the snow from in front of the units for our customers. I love the interaction with people, I am a good people person. Learning their day to day lives. I had customers who where there as long, if not longer, than I was and enjoyed – more... talking to them in person and via phone to see how they were doing. A typical day at work was just to rent storage unit, make phone calls for A/R's, and be friendly. – less
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Great culture and employees
Associate (Current Employee), Wayne, PADecember 17, 2012
Pros: co-workers and culture
There is a great culture with people who care about making a difference. I enjoy going to work every day. I believe management listens and considers ideas from others.
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Good company but bad managers
Manger (Former Employee), Austin, TXDecember 3, 2012
Pros: easy work, meeting new people
Cons: bad mangement
I worked for the company for a year while I was attending school. The current GM, AM, and DM all had no problem with me going to school or my requested days off. Almost a year goes by and the store I was at gets a new GM and DM. Both of them have something to prove and start making unnecessary demands and setting unrealistic expectations. Needless to – more... say my school and schedule became an issue. Gave me an ultimatum, school or work. I chose school. – less
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Team Environment
Store Manager / CRM (Current Employee), New YorkNovember 5, 2012
Cons: n/a
Manage and control the accounts receivable process relating to rental storage units
In charge of assisting personal & business customers with storage and other product needs
Preparation of lease and insurance documents to protect customers’ stored property
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Assisting customers with their needs
General Manager (Current Employee), Peachtree City, GAOctober 29, 2012
Pros: monthly bonuses
Cons: working on weekends
This is the slow season, and the great part of my day to assisting customers in their time of need. Management is not the greatest. My co-workers are great to work with as a team. The hardest part of the day is getting through the slow season. The most enjoyable part is the General Managers meetings once a quarter.
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Unfair enviroment to work in
Property Manager (Former Employee), Bloomfield, CTOctober 26, 2012
I worked at Cubesmart for 7 months. During those 7 months I did not enjoy my job. The district i worked in was full of drama and unorganized. The manager on my property was a liar and did not do any work, but when things went wrong on the property he would lie to cover himself. Almost every property was disfunctional and the district manager was afraid – more... of his employees. – less
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stable place to work but boring
manager (Current Employee), pennsylvaniaOctober 22, 2012
Pros: healthcare
Cons: pay
Worked at CubeSmart for a year.....the pay was always an issue and the raises are poor. However some of the best medical benefits I have been exposed too. Lots of downtime especially in the winter so boring......if you like an office job this is for u! If your a get up and go kind if person I would pass........

About CubeSmart

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