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8 days ago

Property Management Coordinator

Boston Properties Boston, MA

Property Management Coordinator Assist Property Management with the day to day operations and tenant relations of assigned property or portfolio… Glassdoor

22 days ago

Customer Service Representative (part-time)

Boston Properties Boston, MA

Customer Service Representative (20 Hours per Week) Provide customer service to retail customers, visitors, employees, and tenants of the… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Administrative Assistant, HR/Benefits

Boston Properties Boston, MA

Administrative Assistant, HR/Benefits Provide administrative support, and overall support for HR activities and processes with a focus on… Glassdoor

8 days ago

Customer Service Manager

Boston Properties Boston, MA

Customer Service Manager Manage operational and staffing functions for the Customer Service Desk in The Shops at Prudential Center to ensure… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Building Engineer Helper - Union

Boston Properties New York, NY

Building Engineer Helper - Union Assist in maintaining the integrity and efficient operation of building systems in all assigned buildings and… Glassdoor

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    Company structure skewed

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    • Senior Management
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    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee

    I worked at Boston Properties


    Day to day contacts within company are very nice and professional. Smaller managers are reasonable but can be very different between portfolios. Great amount of time off as well as summer hours. Great place to start out in the property management field.


    Red tape is everywhere. Much more focus on policies and procedures than going out and improving assets and retaining tenants. Very clear that it is WHO you know and not WHAT you know that will get you noticed in such a big company. If you don't toot your own horn once in awhile then no one else will. Majority of the employees have the mindset of using the company to get ahead in the field but do not plan on staying with the company for the long haul.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Pay attention to the great talent that you already have working for you. Give props where props are due. Maybe internal audit should start looking at the managers involved with hiring and I'm not talking about HR.