Not providing (Former Employee) – Los Angeles, CA – December 27, 2018
Very hard culture to work within: untrained poor management skills in every department, very bullying culture. No training or orientation given whatsoever in anything from date of hire and beyond. Baptism by fire.
Discount on lunches
No cafeteria, bullies and in-crowd clicks abound, cubicles for everyone except Sr. Mgmt., mgmt (especially owners and Sr. Mgmt) scream and curses at employees publicly in front of everyone
HR cOORDINATOR (Former Employee) – Hollywood, CA – December 13, 2018
I walk into th offict with lots of work to do but never felt stressful.I learned time management and all aout property management. Workplace culture was good,Management was not so nice but not that bad, Best part abput my job was my HR manager who saw the hard work in me and kept promoting me,
Assistant (Current Employee) – Los Angeles, CA – December 10, 2018
I love working with CIM Group the only down is the lack of management skills of some of the managers. The company is growing and they are very nice and laid back willing to listen and make changes where necessary. One con I have they are located in California so lot of training is done on line.
Associate (Current Employee) – Los Angeles, CA – October 25, 2018
Pretty much your run of the mill private equity experience, you know what you're getting yourself in to. Lots of work to be done, lots of hours to be put in, but the projects are interesting to work on and the people are very smart.
Senior Associate, Treasury (Former Employee) – Los Angeles, CA – October 19, 2018
Motives driven by unethical politics. Management training required and necessary for current management which has history of hiring unexperienced employees at lower rates to perform duties that require knowledge and experience. No appreciation for dedicated and hard working employees.
lack of fairness with management and requires management training.
SENIOR ACCOUNTANT (Former Employee) – Los Angeles, CA – August 26, 2018
It's a big corporation in billions. Investments, property management and development. They have properties all over USA and many investors around the world. They buy sell and build constantly. The work environment is nice and co workers as well, even thoug you see people all over who you dont even know, people work everywhere in the offices and hallways and small meeting rooms all the time. Some work remotely. The company is very busy and there is great amount of work that most people work overtime almost every day, pay is good. The company supports and teaches well for new employees to succeed. But like always something is lacking and part of that is communication.
They have free gym, discounter lunch and free overtime dinners, and free snacks every day.
Excellent company to work for. They are a well structured company with great processes and access to management for orientation and support.
Controller, Assistant Controller (Former Employee) – Los Angeles, CA – July 31, 2018
Very supportive company that treats their employees with dignity and provides great opportunity for advancement. It is a company well structured with different levels of management, It is a company that spend times and resources to create the proper channels for employees to find help and answers.
Analyst, Development (Former Employee) – Los Angeles, CA – April 2, 2018
Got lost in the politics of this organization. While I believe there could have been a much better working environment, the inner circle of the management gets treated much better than the rest of the employees.
Assistant Manager (Former Employee) – Los Angeles, CA – March 23, 2018
CIM Group is a very straightforward business oriented company. The company only thinks about their bottom line and not about the employees. I respect it, they pay well. If you can work for CIM, you will develop tough skin and plenty of investment knowledge along with business tools that will help you succeed at any company. Do you job, learn get paid and retain information for growth else where. This company is not made for the weak.
RECEPTIONIST / OFFICE ASSISTANT (Former Employee) – New York, NY – March 13, 2018
Coordinate conference rooms shared by 2 different companies while managing all incoming guests, catering, deliveries, and phone calls. The hardest part is that you learn to multitask to no ends under little to no supervision as you sit in an empty waiting room for 9-10 hours a day. You may receive certain complaint calls about certain things you have very little to no knowledge of company projects that is managed by your company. Colleagues and associates are however, very pleasing and nice.