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Working at Regus

  • ex-GM 15 days ago
    Every business has it's own style. What is the office environment and culture like at Regus? Are people dressed in business casual, jeans and t-shirts, or full-on suits? Do folks get together for Friday happy hours and friendly get-togethers? What is a typical day in the life of an employee at Regus?
  • regus in Clemmons, North Carolina 1 month ago
    What are the average starting salaries, bonuses, benefits and travel requirements like at Regus? What do you like best about working at Regus? Are there any great perks or special treats for employees?
  • General Manager / Team Lead in San Francisco, California 7 months ago
    After being in both the Hospitality & Staffing Industry where the hours can be grueling Regus has been a breath of fresh air. As with any job you go through the initial newbie growing pains where you put in the additional hours to ensure you have reached your comfort level and can take off your training wheels. With Regus the transition was fluid and smooth. I appreciate the extensive General Manager Induction as well as the Off-Site Training that help fine tune my skills before gearing up for my own center. I’m in the office at 8:00 a.m. and I’m out by no later than 6:00 p.m. working at Regus has allowed me the pleasure of spending more valuable time with my family. I haven’t been this happy at work in years.
  • Mardin Amiri in San Jose, California 7 months ago
    I’ve been working for Regus for almost 14 years now. Regus is a great company for people who like to achieve growth in their career. I started as a receptionist and worked my way up to an Area Sales Manager. The channels are there, you can start small and grow big, it takes work, and is achievable and you can do it if you have the right attitude. What you put in is what you get out. This does not mean I agree with every single change in the company, and expecting that is impossible. This will never happen with any company. If you focus on your work and your job, then I really don’t think you’ll have any issues. Every company changes and strives to be better, and it’s no different for Regus. If you cannot adapt to change and want better yourself, then this company is not for you. I’ve learnt so much working at Regus, I’ve met so many great people, clients. They provide great benefits, 401K plans with matching! Their offices are beautiful, and motivate you to go to work everyday. It’s interesting to see all the different companies. I love the people I report to, open door policy, they are willing to listen to you and make changes if it makes sense. Any position requires hard work, dedication and staying positive. If you have all these attributes, then no need to worry, Regus is for YOU!
  • Bonnie Fisher in San Francisco, California 7 months ago
    I've worked for Regus for 10 years and truly love what I do. Since I've seen a few reviews that put our culture and level of service in a not so positive light, I want to address how I view the company and the constant improvements we've made over the years to ensure we remain a great place to work. Regus is a company that rewards great performance, and people often move up by working hard and delivering great results. Our culture is based on our key values, which include being dynamic, exceptional, friendly, and trusted. Because we are growing quickly, there's a lot of opportunity for career growth at Regus. As we've grown quickly over the last few years, we've focused on how we can continually improve our customer service to ensure we retain our current business and grow through referrals from happy clients. We've been as transparent as possible with clients, ensuring they understand the terms of their agreements and fees involved. We've also put great processes in place to ensure once a client moves in, they are well taken care of from Day 1. We send out monthly surveys to clients, asking them to rate us on our levels of service, and we pride ourselves on ensuring that we're rated a minimum of a 9 out of 10, but we strive for perfect scores. Regus is a company that is designed for people willing to come in and work hard to serve our clients and help our client base grow. We have strict standards to ensure we deliver on what we promise to clients and to our shareholders. We make expectations clear to all new hires when they onboard, as we have detailed inductions to ensure we give proper training to all of our new team members. Many of my team members from Client Service Representatives to General Managers to Area Directors have been here for 5+ years, so we have many tenured team members that love what they do. I think Regus is a great company to work for with lots of opportunity.
  • Working at regus.. – 1 reply
    Xinain Caged in Mansfield, United Kingdom 12 months ago
    i just got an interview for regus for client service representative?? what is a typical day like in this position??
  • Bobby in Plano, Texas 15 months ago
    Yes, that's right. New website withstanding, don't believe the hype desperate job seeker. Regus is NOT what the new flashy videos tell you it is. It is NOT a fun place to work (anymore), it is NOT diverse and the stress levels from the receptionist on up keeps rising and rising as the company demands more from it's employees than it is willing to give back. I predict that the next wave of layoffs and voluntary resignations will happen in the next 6 months - that's right, you will see a rush of people running for the door (much like the last 12 months) as customers realize that they too are not getting what they bargained for and as employees get sick of trying to make things better with little or no support from the company. Times are lean but don't work for this company unless you have no other alternative. If you do have to work here, be prepared for a company crippled by it's own culture - one that cares about nothing but the bottom line, and cultivates an environment that encourages people to be incredibly cut throat in order to survive. Good luck, jobseeker, I hope you find something better than this to get up to every morning!
  • Msevle in Phoenix, Arizona 21 months ago
    I thought about applying for a job at Regus in the Phoenix office, it sounds like something I'd love to do. But after reading all the negative posts on here I'm having second thoughts about applying. Is there anyone who has worked at the Phoenix office and can tell me what the work atmoshpere is like here? It sounds like the other offices aren't that great, but I'd like to hear from someone who has had experience in the Phoenix office. Thanks!
  • VirtualRenzo in Florida 24 months ago
    I've been with Regus now almost 14 years. I've been through many mergers and many changes through out the years. Some I agree with and some I do not. The great thing is most of the changes I don't agree with have always changed again. Regus is ever changing and if you are not open to changes then this is not the right place for you. The benefits are great. You won't find another company that allows you to accrue time off immediately after starting plus all of the paid and floating holidays we get. Your learning is endless. I am still learning today. I love getting to know all of the different companies and their employees that have space with us. Through my years I visited many centers and worked with many wonderful people. I had the opportunity to attended 2 global conferences one in Orlando FL and the other in Paris, France. I can't imagine working anywhere and feeling the sense of accomplishment each and every day!
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    Sonia Furgiuele in Toronto, Ontario 26 months ago
    My experience with Regus has been great and I’m excited to be part of this growing team. I’m a Double Centre Manager working in a fast paced, ever-changing environment and timelines. My days are challenging and rewarding; I work with a great team of professionals and have been given the opportunity to assist with new centre openings in Canada. I would highly recommend Regus.
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Customer Service Representative (Current Employee), RestonJune 25, 2014