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Regus Chief Executive and Director Mark Dixon
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    If you need a job or benefits, try it, otherwise, forget about it.

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    Current Employee - Senior Customer Service Representative in Atlanta, GA
    Current Employee - Senior Customer Service Representative in Atlanta, GA

    I have been working at Regus full-time (more than 3 years)


    If you are desperate for a job or need benefits, try it, otherwise, go somewhere else. If you are a 'yes-man' or a puppet, this might work for you. If you can constantly take orders and never give advise or give an opion, you might fit in. If you like working in a dull, quiet and very controlling atmosphere, this could be the best job for you.


    There is no such thing as promoting, training sucks, their are no merit raises (you will make the same salary for years and years) and their so-called bonus program is a farse. They lie about quotas and meeting goals for bonus so that they don't have to give a bonus. They will even fire someone so as to spread that bonus to others or else there is little bonus to go around. Don't count on the bonus as income because the bonus tax is almost 50%. If you think independantly or 'outside-the-box' or have a mind of your own and think you can make a wise or quick decision, your efforts are not appreciated; especially if management doesn't like this type of self-thinker. You have to be able to take orders, never contradict or question management or go above-and-beyond. This is a job for those who cannot think for themselves and may be good with collecting money from clients because that's all they care about. Their customer service is no-service. Once one slightly little thing goes wrong one can consider themself fired. If cut back is needed, they will find a reason to make you look bad so they can let you go.

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    Managers are puppets and only do as upper management directs them to do. Managers are desperate for a job or benefits and don't want to lose their job so they do what they are told, even if it is unethical. The CEO hasn't got a clue what goes on in America as he is from England and is very conservative so thinking like an American isn't going to work in favor of the American culture. You can't be honest with your manager or the manager will turn on you the first chance given.

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