Administrative Assistant (Current Employee) – Alpharetta, GA – August 19, 2018
Management is not the most professional and does not have the best interest of their employees. I learned a lot through my bosses, however other leadership in the company made it hard to stay at the company long term.
Area Director of Engineering - GA (Former Employee) – Alpharetta, GA – October 13, 2018
The RMR Group has a strategically planned culture of unrealistic and unattainable expectations. This puts associates and management alike in a defensive position from the first day of work because nobody can ever achieve their demands. It also sets up an advantageous background for the company to fire you any time. Being a "yes" man [or woman] will never suffice to keep your job. I was targeted and set up for failure from day one on the job. Judging by my first meeting's all negative feedback from my superior, I should have been fired instantly. Every meeting I had was ALL negative. They gave me a title and position but I was never allowed even to hire one person. Everything goes through Boston, even drawing a breath. That is the company's prerogative but it is not a work environment conducive to achievements or progress. The stress accumulated in one year at this company was more than the combined stress of my entire career. I am happy I am out. Everything I was told in my interview, during my orientation and throughout my employment, everything was misleading statements and lies. Every single thing, from the scope of expectations, my role and my performance.
building engineer (Current Employee) – Trenton, NJ – March 28, 2018
I really enjoy the people I work with. This job is both fun and challenging. I never know what the day has in store for me, which can be good or bad. I definitely gained a lot of knowledge on all aspects of a building inside and out.