They use ppl and do not respect work life balance. The "family" gets to do whatever they want. Very cliquey, lack of training and consistency. Messy group of people on their high horse. They do not appreciate your hard work, punctuality or anything. They are discriminatory towards people of colour and WOMEN.
This company seems to have a continuous revolving door with new employees starting and employees leaving. Poor management, poor support system. They say they are there for you however they are very discriminating towards employees. Management needs help with training or lack there of and supporting staff needs.
HUB has great cultural diversity and a mixture of gender, but there is nearly 0 LGBTQ support.
The staff are rewarded often and treated fairly. Its a fun environment to work in.
However, the pay is very low for the amount of responsibility and work you are expected to do. It's easy to move departments but hard to advance.
Challenging environment. Struggling with aligning several different brokerage offices into one cohesive company with the same culture, experience and goals. Currently building architecture to achieve there overall goals. Has potential to be a top brokerage once a synergy is achieved and all employees are on the same page and have the same goals and strive in the same manner to achieve the goals of the company.
Management was probably the worst, they will lie to get you to comply and they try to hide the facts about time off and how stat holidays work from the employees so they don't have to pay them and they never get the time off they are entitled to. The women who work there are all set into competition against each other and will undercut at any and all opportunity.
C level managers fail to provide solutions to the problems they create. Run away from this place.
Terrible work environment
low wages, can not retain employees due to sub-par employment packages and terrible c level management decisions.
HUB features a revolving door, as employee turnover is very high. People are constantly coming and going. Is this the sign of a toxic environment in which people are underpaid and screaming for leadership? Probably.
working a hub international has been an amazing experience. The people are amazing, the entire organizations atmosphere is wonderful everyone brings their best foot forward and will do anything to help eachother and ensure no one is being overwhelmed with work
Insufficient training for the job. You get on the floor and can actually handle 1 of 10 requests on your own. You will leave feeling drained, overwhelmed and unsatisfied and you come in the next day and do it all over agin. The light at the end of the tunnel never gets closer. Management changes the processes constantly and your tools to succeed in the job are systematically taken away from you - an already difficult job becomes excruciatingly harder and more and more frustrating. The commission structure is peanuts and never proportional to the amount of work you have to do the majority of the times to complete a sale. Even though you are hired as a service broker, they will push you for sales and it becomes a driving factor in your reviews and success in the company. You can get paid the same amount of money doing a job that doesn’t suck the soul out of you or make you hate coming into work everyday.
My co-workers were usually helpful, mostly because we were all going through the same maddening experience.
Low pay in relation to the stress of the job, out of touch management