Regus

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Regus Reviews in Portland, OR

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Pros
  • The benefits are good cause they have not raised our rates in a while (in 19 reviews)

  • It depends of the job you've got there is generally a good work-life balance (in 13 reviews)


Cons
  • Middle & upper management seem completely out of touch with what happens locally (in 29 reviews)

  • Frustrating by the lack of communication (in 9 reviews)

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    Be Careful and Dig Deep During Your Interview

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    Former Employee - Senior Customer Service Representative in Portland, OR
    Former Employee - Senior Customer Service Representative in Portland, OR

    I worked at Regus full-time (more than an year)

    Pros

    A varied workday, great clients, depending on the location. You can luck out and end up working on a great team, but you will need to ask a lot of questions in your interview and make sure you know exactly which location you are being hired for. Ask to meet with your potential coworkers.

    Cons

    High turnover, demanding workloads, poor training for anyone below management, no loyalty to staff, roles and responsibilities change often. Unless you are comfortable with fear tactics and aggressive sales, don't plan on moving up in the company to management. Long term employees who are looking to move up will be passed up for an outside hire.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Make sure that your little guys don't go unnoticed. Reward your long term staff and make sure that there are ample opportunities for growth. Your core staff members (CSRs) don't feel like their efforts are noticed. Stop reworking roles and responsibilities every few years and create a solid structure that actually works. When a staff member comes to you with an issue, don't treat them like they are the problem. If a staff member wants to move up to management, actually invest in training them, rather than passing them over for an outside hire.

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