Sl Green Sucks Customer Reviews and Feedback
SL Green Realty Corp. is a real estate investment trust that primarily invests in office buildings and shopping centers in New York City. As of December 31, 2019, the company owned 43 properties comprising 14,438,964 square feet. Notable properties owned by the company are One Astor Plaza, One Vanderbilt, 461 Fifth Avenue, 810 Seventh Avenue, 919 Third Avenue, the Pershing Square Building, and Ran
Former Employee - Property Manager says"Very toxic, extreme nepotism, inappropriate, and out of control behavior"
Former Employee - Anonymous Employee says"It can burn you out quickly. Very high turn over rate."
Current Employee - Anonymous Employee says"High turnover. Low pay. Low morale. Agree with the comments and other reviews about favoritism and sexism. It is really lean organization and employees suffer because the hours are long and they are always understaffed. It’s run like a small company and doesn’t seem like a SP500 company. Managers need training."
Former Employee - Technical Analyst says"If you're looking at this role, be aware that this role is no where near as technical as it's made out to be in the interview. Work/Life Balance - Basically non existent. You're expected to be on call 24/7, be regularly updating tickets on nights and weekends, as well as being available for overtime everyday. While the expectation of any IT job is to be ready to put in extra hours, the expectation here leaves no time for any sort of balance. Every team meeting, the VP stated that the team needs to clear any upcoming plans outside of business hours, in order to be on stand by or to be on site. This became a regular demand, not a request. On top of this, vacation requests were routinely denied, with reasons cited that go against the company time off policy. It is frowned upon if you're not basically living from your desk. Leadership - The leadership of the Information Technologies is non-existent. There are some serious communication issues that are not being addressed, and in the span of 1 1/2 years, 4 members of the Information Technologies team have chosen to resign. There is a clear lack of management experience in this department. There is no room for professional growth and there is no room for promotions within this department."
Current Employee - Property Manager says"There is little to no room for growth unless you "know someone" there is EXTREME favoritism in this company."
Current Employee - Anonymous Employee says"Very negative company culture. Harassment occurs often in this company, and there is no where to turn for help. Human Resources have no say nor any desire to help."
Former Employee - Anonymous Employee says"- Extreme lack of communication from management and between departments. Expectations and goals are not clear or concise. Processes are scrambled across departments leaving the staff to put the puzzle back together, which leads to - Poor company culture. The mentality is always; I need this done now or why isn't this already done? with no forewarning or set expectation. Not a great culture to learn. This leads to - Poor morale and high turnover. The long hours and lack of communication have caused some departments to lose over half the staff in less than a year. Pushes work to the few who remain. - The above is fine if properly compensated or evaluated. But the company stresses their "lean" operations, which is simply a crutch to underpay or fire employees as a cost control tactic. - The below comments on sexism or favoritism is not shocking based on the environment."
Former Employee - Property Management says"No work life balance, you are expected to constantly be on-call Ridiculously long hours working at HQ Department head has a knack for making the smallest task into a huge project which wastes the time and effort of his staff Promotions and increases are not merit based - favoritism/nepotism runs rampant"
says"Not opportunities for women to make it up the ladder, and they overwork you way too much"
Former Employee - Senior Accountant says"Long hours. No work life balance."
Payroll Specialist (Current Employee) says"Their employees were back in the office before phase 2. 90% occupancy as of July 13. There’s no work life balance here. Can’t work from home. Get contacted frequently after hours. free covid lunchesnot flexible about anything"
Administrative Assistant (Temp) says"I temped there and found those in upper management talked poorly about their support staff - it was like being back in middle school - the "cool kids" thinking they are better than those who have less than them.Building is beautifulCliques"
Technical Analyst (Current Employee) says"Typical day consist of putting out a lot of fires. Facing a different challenge every hour. Learned a great deal, how to improve my customer relations skills juggling project and break fix tickets"
Engineer Helper (Former Employee) says"It is a great opportunity and I learned a lot. There are opportunities to grow and advance your education. I wish it was more family friendly. They don't believe in balance between work and family. Culture wise, mixed feelings. It depends who you are working with.They pay well and you can grow within companyThey don't support family and work balance. Its all work only."