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30+ days ago

Research Analyst

MOHR Partners Dallas, TX

• Communicate with Local, National and International Clients about their real estate needs. • Conduct market research to find available space in… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Marketing Coordinator - Business Writer

MOHR Partners Dallas, TX

• Assisting with the writing of press releases, white papers and general miscellaneous writing • Oversee our social media outreach and marketing… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Accounting Associate - Accounts Payable

MOHR Partners Dallas, TX

  • Maintain account payable files to be processed for multiple locations • Data entry of payables in MAS90 • Prepare report for review for… Glassdoor

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    Not a good place...there are too many amazing owe yourself more.

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    Former Employee - Administrative in Dallas, TX
    Former Employee - Administrative in Dallas, TX

    I worked at Mohr Partners


    - Recently company went over and changed the PTO- they offer 10 Holidays paid (Use to be 8) and 3 weeks PTO after completion of your 1st year (Use to be 2 weeks until the end of your 5th year)...really nice associates to work with.


    - Not a good place to work AT ALL, went downhill while I was there

    - People are NOT happy at this company, very low morale

    - Management is not educated in how to run a company

    - Chairman is a money chaser and will pull the rug out from underneath you if it means him getting one more dollar (Family ran company)

    - There is not a work / personal life balance

    - Compensation is not fair to the amount of responsibilities that are put on people (people are over loaded with work to say the least because money to hire more support will take away from how much money is left in the company at the end of the day)

    - Because the company revised the PTO time they are under the impression you owe them

    - Management is not truthful and will not take care of negative situations

    - When letting go of someone there is no respect during the process, HR is very rude and not professional, people who have worked hard for years have no job security, I saw 3 people have no idea that their job was in danger which was management positions and they were let go without warning; if you leave voluntarily management take it as a personal attack and will treat you differently for the rest of you stay there

    - It does not matter if you stay an hour late every day, you better be there 5 minutes early the next business day – you DO NOT make your own schedule here if you are an employee, there is “FLEX SCHEDULE” which to Mohr means you pick either 8-5, 8:30-5:30 or 9-6 and that is your work schedule until you notify management to change it for whatever reason.

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    It is a lost cause....only suggestion is to take responsibility, change your actions so you you don't keep making the same mistakes. Replace some of the management before you lose the company...however since it is a family owned company I don't see this taking place.

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