Construction Superintendent (Former Employee) – Orlando, FL – January 14, 2019
PSH is a complete disaster. They used to care about their employees but since the owners have distanced themselves from the residential homebuilding side of the company, there is no managerial support or training for new hires. Everyone is drowning due to antiquated computer systems, understaffing, nonpayment to subcontractors & unrealistic expectations set by current upper management. If you are someone who expects trust, integrity & support from your superiors, look elsewhere.
Administration (Former Employee) – Orlando, FL – December 26, 2018
Bad management. Top Heavy. Unrealistic goals. No communication. Owners & Upper Management do not care about employees and they do not listen to complaints or suggestions for changes or improvements. High employee turnover. Office building is old and dirty and falling apart. Computer equipment needs updating. Laptops are recycled over and over and often do not work. Network is too slow and software is outdated. Worst place I have ever worked.
Employee (Former Employee) – Orlando, FL – November 14, 2017
Too much work and not enough time to do it. No one followed the company policies or precedures and there were no repercussions for not following them. No one ever held accountable for their actions. Too many senior management personnel that were not needed and not enough employees on the front lines to actually get work done.
Great Team to work with, Good Culture Exceptional Owners
Customer service /Superintendent /quality control (Former Employee) – Orlando, FL – June 28, 2014
The Gupta family are very nice people. I have a lot of respect for them and the way they do business. There reputation was very good when I first came to work for them in 2004. Because of the team work set in place as we grew to 1,215 homes in 2007 the pain was minimal and the company rewarded there employees for there hard work and dedication to the company. One of there core values was to work hard and have fun. and we did.
Managing calendars, meeting, expenses, correspondence, filtered calls for the CEO. The hardest part of this job. The hardest part was seeing people get laid off. The best part of the Job was managing two other employees, coordinating events, performed as a benefits coordinator as well and new hire orientation. Worked with some really good people. I enjoyed working for Park Square Homes.
Superintendent (Former Employee) – Orlando, FL – September 27, 2014
Supers you will be micro managed by area managers. You are responsible for everything but the vendors. Vendor have a scope of work signed years ago, you will not get any support from above. The answer is we are working on it. You will have to sign a 4 page letter with all your responsibility. Dont trust area manager's with any info because it will be used against you in a write up. No warnings, 1 write up and fired. People are being fired or quiting for better jobs daily. Vendors will refuse to do work because they are owed over $100,000. This happens every month. There is no help from HR, as soon as you ask questions your days are numbered. Its short of a hostile work environment with area managers with no where to go. Bonus is 200.00 per unit and .25 of the construction budget. Now ask me if their right. So if your smart take all offers and review carefully before you accept this one.