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Shell Point Retirement Community Employer Reviews

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Housekeeping Technician (Current Employee), Fort Myers, FLNovember 21, 2013
Pros: i like the lunch part.
Cons: i enjoy the short break .
Shell Point is a nice place to work but the management is not so nice. a typical day at work can be like fishing. Some of my co-workers are very nice some are not so friendly. The hardest part of my job is cleaning the toilet. The most enjoyable part of my job is waxing the floors.
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good quality of life for a retirement community
security officer (Former Employee), fort myers flOctober 11, 2013
check in cars at front gate. make patrols of property.
I learned how to deal with the public.
management did well for their employees
I had good co-workers
the hardest part of the job was dealing with some of the residents.
the most enjoyable part of the job was some of the programs put on
for the residents.

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Great Residents
Facility Plumber (Former Employee), Fort Myers, FLMay 16, 2013
Pros: great location, discounted lunches at the employee cafeteria. great christmas bonuses provided by the residents.
Cons: human resource
Duties included preventive maintenance as well as emergency repair of all mechanical, commercial, multi family, and single family units.

Coworkers worked independent but when needed worked as a team to accomplish any given task.

Most of the Management is severely critical and at times very cynical of employees. There policy and procedures are implemented – more... with a bias and malice approach.

Hardest part of the job is dealing with management.

The greatest reward working at Shell Point is the overwhelming appreciation you receive from the residents who you come in contact with on a daily basis. – less
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Productive
Utility/Dishwasher (Former Employee), Fort Myers, FLJanuary 31, 2013
Pros: free lunch, good food, and very nice co-workers
Shell Point is a good place to work I have learned so much from the people that I have worked with who have been doing the same thing for years. I would come in clock in say hi to everybody and begin working. I learned how to move at a fast pace and be able to close down the kitchen on time. Shell Point has very good management. The managers and supervisors – more... do very good job helping and taking care of situations. My co-workers were very nice, very helpful, and knew how to get the job done right. There was really nothing hard about my job it was all easy. The most enjoyable part of my job was keeping everybody happy. – less
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good hard working people yet management differs from department and strict guidelines depend on the manager there is no coheivesness to their Managmen
cook (Former Employee), fort myers flSeptember 26, 2012
Cons: gender bias.
Shell point has a lot to offer..very friendly residents. Great staff.
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Fast pace and focus
Call Center Secretary (Former Employee), Fort Myers, FLAugust 27, 2012
Pros: its a world of knowledge out there because there each one teach one
Cons: when your time ends, clock out, no overtime, it is not in the budget, therefore you will get an email about it.
My day usually starts off with answering a question from a co-worker, then grabbing a phone that is ringing. After which I am responding to a radio call, dispatching emergency work crew or general maintenance, getting my headset on and answering calls between responding and reading emails, creating work orders, service tickets, taking messages, transferring – more... calls to different departments and responding to enquiries from residents or potential residents and families as well as doing other office duties as assigned by my supervisor. Lets just say if a fast pace office is not for you, then the call center is not the place you want to apply to. I love it though, I learned a lot. – less