Manager (Former Employee) – New York, NY – September 17, 2018
Considering the fact that FSR is a giant in it’s industry, it is very unfortunate when it comes to their employees. There is no work-life balance, it is mostly work and work. The compensation is weak, in comparison to your duties.
Property Manager (Former Employee) – Brooklyn, NY – September 11, 2018
My day should start at 9am but I usually get into the office by 8:30am. Every Monday I meet with my superintendent for a follow up on anything the happened over the weekend that I need to be aware of. Check all my messages and return the ones that needs a call back Check my emails and make the necessary response through out he day Meet with shareholders that may have an issue issue work tickets Meet with the board of directors Meet with contractors regarding the capital improvement work the needs to be done. Process payroll Approve invoices Upload bills to avid for payment
Portfolio Community Manager (Current Employee) – Sacramento, CA – September 8, 2018
We often relied on each other in the office. Either as coworkers or superiors, but a lot was lacking in overall corporate direction as it seemed as if each office or location conducted business differently.
Company fails to follow its own mission statement quite often
On site Manager (Former Employee) – Ft. Pierce, FL – September 7, 2018
Company forces its procedures on the associations which they work for, instead of working with the associations to accommodate them. All too often the fact that we work for the associations and that the associations don't work for them.
Front Desk Manager (Current Employee) – Hollywood, FL – August 29, 2018
Do not recommend anyone to work there. It's a company that does not value the employee but their managers who cause them to lose properties. You have to earn your vacations, no growth for lower level positions,
Some great benefits
Managers are not good one reason they losing properties than ever
Community Portfolio Manager (Current Employee) – Sacramento, CA – August 24, 2018
The work environment is kept positive. Upper management works hard to attain employee rapport. There are many employee appreciation events The work load is heavy for the pay The hours are somewhat flexible.
Customer Care Tier III (Current Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – August 23, 2018
Typical day would be mainly on the phones pretty much back to back. With 2 fifteen minutes break and one half hour lunch. Paid time off is accumulated. Very flexible with taking time off. Local team leads are wonderful the other managers are more micromanaging.
Paid time off. Flexible with scheduling.
Micro managing, very poor communication on updates.
Unfortunately due to relocation I had no other choice but to get transferred to a property closer to home and as well as staying with the company. Soon after I had the opportunity to become a property manager with another company.
Assistant (Former Employee) – Orlando, FL – August 20, 2018
Management would verbally demand specific accommodations for a specific group that were against company and or association policies. If you failed to adhere, you were fired and if you had any knowledge of what was occurring and the legalities, they would transfer or release you with a payment to stay quiet.
paycheck to look forward to
no raises, no support, no opportunity for growth, cannot trust ANYBODY
Front Desk Agent (Former Employee) – Miami Beach, FL – August 19, 2018
It is nice until you get discriminated and management doesn't do anything about tell you to work more and lock it away like nothing happen. It is a really slow place and some nice people here and there.
I would not work again at FirstService. Little opportunity for advancement, and no support for the employees. Pay is very low for the expected product, and no training for your position, unless it is for one of the accountants. They have excellent emlployees, but I saw little recognition given.