Front Desk Receptionist/Concierge (Current Employee) – Silver Spring, MD – December 27, 2015
Intersolutions is a pretty good place to work at. You pretty make your own schedule and you make the decision on when and where you want to work. Management is awesome a pretty awesome group of people. They're very pleasant and extremely helpful.
This company sucks. No room for growth. Pay stays 10 an hour. Staff are rude. This is a job for someone first starting out for customer service or concierge. Not meant to be a long term job. This company is very unprofessional. They reward those who does the bare minimum and overlook the ones working their tail off.
If you don't pick up at least 1assignment within a week they place you as an inactive employee though it is a temp agency. Once you are an inactive employee you no longer receive information about current or future assignments unless you basically beg someone to make you an active employee. As someone who has worked double shifts, and made myself as available as I could...I honestly don't believe this new rule is fair especially if this a temp job who is consistently hiring New people.
A typical day at work is usually simple but you may run into little problems throughout the day, and I've learned that people tend to get mad and take things out on you when you had nothing to do with the situation. As for management, they're ok, but my hiring experience was bad. There Isn't much to sy about my co-workers becasue I only know one but not well. The hardest part about this job would be dealing with complaints and packages, but the most enjoyable and being able to talk to the more repesctful residents. The ones that give compliments and help out.
there is a microwave in the package room, i have a desk
share a desk with people who are less organized as you, no assigned breaks, being responsible for people packages even when you're not working
Leasing Consultant (Former Employee) – Bala Cynwyd, PA – December 17, 2012
I worked at different communities within New Jersey and Philadelphia. I did get to work with people I didn't know, but that was a fun part of the job. I was able to acquire different skills and better the one I had already. The hardest part of my job was not being permanent at any of the comminities I worked, the most enoyable part of the job was being able to fit in and even though I wasn't permanent I was still able to carry myself as if I was apart of the staff.