handyman (Former Employee) – Bethesda, MD – October 16, 2012
a regualar day at work with working with this company is managing checking fixing either fixtures office space plumbing or ac units, team work plays a very imortant part in this job as it entails challenging problems, the most enjoyable part of the job are when the customers are happy
Database and Research Intern (Current Employee) – Tampa, FL – July 10, 2018
it's your typical office setup, however, there is always a lot of communication. You have your own area, however, you will be part of a team and this team is constantly communicating with each other on what needs to be done. It's on you to get your work done which is great, and there are always parts moving to where you can level up
HR Director (Former Employee) – Tampa, FL – June 27, 2018
Great place to start the management portion of my career. I worked with a wonderful group of leaders throughout the state and was able to learn the business quickly and be a true partner of the organization.
Associate (Former Employee) – Miami, FL – June 22, 2018
I learned a lot about commercial real estate, it just wasn't something I enjoyed. Lot's of cold calling and door knocking. There's definitely a potential to make a very good living if that's the lifestyle you want.
Marketing Coordinator/Administrative Assistant (Current Employee) – San Diego, CA – June 15, 2018
I have been told that the culture at Colliers International is extremely different than the other top commercial real estate brokerages. From what I have seen, it's true. The staff works extremely well together, the agents work hard and both work well together on a day to day basis.
Typical work day is spent interacting with different clients. I learned how to be more professional because this was my first time in corporate america. The workplace is a very friendly environment. All of my coworkers get along.
Executive Managing Director (Current Employee) – New York, NY – May 14, 2018
Within a very short period of time the promises made to entice me to join the organization were withdrawn and top NYC management which was the reason I moved firms has been marginalized and put out to pasture. The company culture is way too lax and there is a deep division between the young professionals and the more seasoned professionals. There is no continuity, reverence or sense of family. It is all for one and one for all. Long term, it will not work
Corporate Office in Toronto has no clue how to building a NYC office