- Former Employee, more than 1 year★★★★★
Run like hellOct 6, 2012 - Senior Executive in Houston, TXRecommendCEO ApprovalBusiness Outlook
In fill job until you find a good company to work for.
Micro Managed by Al Hartman, one can have a nice title but no authority, exployee turnover is 50% stock promises are smoke, vesting process is constantly changing, no compassion for employees, religious pressure, company had 3 HR directors in less that two years, client deals are retraded after company commitments.Continue reading
The turnover the last 3 years has been under industry standard at less than 17% for 2014. The current HR director has been with the company since 2011. The company stock program was awarded in 2007 and over 5 million will be awarded in 2016 to employees. The HR department is available to discuss your concerns at any time.
- Former Intern, less than 1 year★★★★★Aug 23, 2022 - Administrative Assistant in Houston, TXRecommendCEO ApprovalBusiness Outlook
Great People, great pay, great experience
Multiple meetings weekly but they aren't bad.
- Former Employee, more than 3 years★★★★★Oct 9, 2022 - Property ManagementRecommendCEO ApprovalBusiness Outlook
None. This place has been chaotic, deceitful, and hypocritical to the values they preach.
JUN 2022: Company held a staff-wide meeting at the Hilton, spent $60k on it. Promised more bonuses and company expansion. AUG 2022: CEO emails entire company and asks everyone to pray for lower interest rates and higher bond yields so they can refinance the properties. SEP 2022: Company informs staff that all non-emergency projects are on hold, no new spending allowed. Staff members start leaving when its found that company owes $8mil to vendors, $8mil to utility providers. Oct 2022: Company laid off 11 employees without warning but gave out $1,000 awards to some employees for tenant survey results two weeks before. -Bonuses promised never materialized -Company offers gift cards to employees in exchange for good Glassdoor reviews. -Healthcare plan isn't accepted or heard of at most doctors. Its a MEC plan - get ready to spend out-of-pocket for basis healthcare. -8+ meetings per week, most start at 4-5pm and go to 630pm. Everyone's on salary, so you don't get paid for this time. - told bonuses being deferred through FEB 2023. -Company withholds their 401k contribution from retiring employees. -Company denied severance pay after mass layoffs Oct 2022 -Company won't pay vendors for 5+ months and asks property managers find new ones even knowing they can't pay them. Vendors and staff who leave are called "disloyal." I expect HR to dispute these claims, but they're all true.Continue reading