Past employee (Former Employee) – Indianapolis – April 18, 2015
The motto is get the right people in the right seats on the bus. Who is driving the bus? What is the price people pay to stay on the bus? How does accountability factor into these bus decisions? And how the accountability factor weighted in these bus decisions?
A sense of integrity to right principle has lost its way here.
Senior Property Manager supervising staff of 14 and oversight of over 3 million square feet of commercial space.
Vice President (Former Employee) – Indianapolis, IN – December 25, 2016
Fortune 500 company. Opportunities were available. Work environment provided empowerment to perform your job with minimum of direct oversight. Learn a lot from the group. Supervisors were approachable and knowledgeable.
Lots of opportunities to do a variety of tasks and the resources to complete them.
Maintenance Technician (Former Employee) – Indianapolis Indiana – July 26, 2016
Well one of the people that lived on property where I work at that worked for click was awesome. The management. Supervisor for maintenance was BS I told them straight from the gate that I have children and I have appointments for my children and sometimes I would be late they said oh that'll be fine. But I guess when they told me that that was a bunch of BS. And it was okay for management and the maintenance supervisor to be late that was fine but the lower-level technicians as myself not so much but that's okay karma is a Fickle beast what comes around goes around I'm sure Gene B Glick would be rolling over in his grave. And if they were the last job on Earth I would go on welfare....... and from the time I started that's all I heard about was my maintenance supervisor complaining about my pay level...
There was no pros at this company it was sad and it saddens me that you can go into work there
The residents paying a high price for those rate ars Apartments
Sales (Former Employee) – Indiana – March 27, 2016
Management plays favorites with residents and bullies residents that draw attention to concerns.... to the point of making false accusations. The police come on a regular basis. This usually happens when management overlooks a residents indiscretions. Never mind the managements indiscretions... As long as the apartments are full, the corporate management doesn't care. Three employees terminated in less then a year at the same complex, for trying to do the right thing, can't be wrong. What is right is not always popular. If you decide to work here, you are going to have to look the other way and keep your mouth shut.
technician (Former Employee) – Indiana – November 26, 2015
Length of service, hard work, dedication means little to management in this company. Employees have access to what is called a hot line, so anyone who wishes to file any kind of grievance, be it ever so tiny has the right to do so. Those tiny grievances have a way of morphing into terminations...because upper management will dig into it until their nails bleed. Its as if they have a "fire employee" quota or something they have to meet. In short..great company...but watch your back.
Associate Property Manager (Current Employee) – Indianapolis, IN – June 1, 2015
Gene B Glick is a larger property management company. With the company being larger it provides many different avenues to grow your skill-set and career. The company operates like small family business, so employees feel valued. I would recommend Gene B Glick.
Maintenance Tech (Former Employee) – Bloomington, IN – December 16, 2014
Maintenance crew does trash pickup? Hire a groundskeeper for that like most big companies do. The super has his pets & they do nothing but ride around in a truck & watch the workers or their in the office flirting with the office staff or shopping at stores on company time for themselves, They need to watch their management more closely. They hire people when their busy then find some lame excuse to lay them off when there unit numbers are down. If you don't mind being back stabbed by your co-workers then you will enjoy this job.
groundskeeper (Former Employee) – Lorton, VA – July 11, 2014
The groundskeeper picks up trash does minor repairs to property. Landscaping, painting, drywall repair, and plumbing repair are contracted out to subcontractors. The physical environment is nice. Management was ok, sometimes unresponsive to problems. Supervisor and coworkers two-faced,backstabbing, trying to throw each other under the bus. Many tools and supplies are not provided to do job, such as fasteners.