If you were in charge, what would you do to make Public Storage a better place to work?
I would stop having my employees scam customers with worthless insurance.
My DM/RM had been in those positions for over 20 years, when you get hired they lead you to believe they promote from within. Most people are hired to work Sunday and Monday, then they expect you to be available the other 5 days when someone who is full time calls in sick.
If you dont answer or cant work on short notice they willl note that in your employee file. When a full time position is available (2-3 yrs down the road) it will go to a new hire they say had years of experience or if your lucky you might get it. My manager used to say this a great job for college kids, not if you have to support yourself.
My manager would complain about working 17 days straight and having to hire several new people, but if they at least gave 4days to a manager and 3 day to a assistant manager maybe the turnover would not be so high. Who can work 2 days for a couple of years, be available everytime they have someone call in sick.
My felony was 20 years ago and it did not show up on my background check. However, being a registered sex offender did show up and my offer for employment was rescinded.
Be honest. Have integrity. Care about your employers. Show that you care and can keep the place clean and polished. Be open and on time every time. Be accurate in your paperwork. Dress appropriately.
Some properties have apartments, they pay minimum wage if you live there and you have like a day to move out if you leave the company, you also need some sort of back up support otherwise you will be trapped working for this company to keep an apartment.