Flaherty Sucks Customer Reviews and Feedback

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Jack Rafe Flaherty (born October 15, 1995) is an American professional baseball pitcher for the St. Louis Cardinals of Major League Baseball (MLB). He was drafted by the Cardinals in the first round of the 2014 Major League Baseball draft. He made his MLB debut in 2017.


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Property Manager (Former Employee) says

"This is by far the worst company I have ever been a property manager for. They are slumlords a million percent. They do not care at all about their employees and sure the heck don’t pay you anything close to what you should be paid !! They have their little “group” and if you aren’t right in that then you don’t exist!!"

Property Manager (Current Employee) says

"No integrity, employees have no voice. Regionals up to owners don’t care about employees or residents. Retaliatory, disrespectful, no communication, and total lack of appreciation are all qualities of this company. No advancement or raises. Employees are just a number and easily replaced. Corporate managers and owners have their noses in the air looking down on employees."

Maintenance Technician (Former Employee) says

"unprofessional management. Constant texts from property manager not involved with work. I worked multiple positions at one time after employees would quit and management would not rehire new employees. 7 day work weeks. No appreciation. Low pay. I wouldn’t work for the company again."

Property Manager (Current Employee) says

"Poor management. Overall management from regional on up show lack of organization and most of all integrity. No one seems to care about the on site management and treat them as just numbers. Cons: Overall management by regional on up"

Groundskeeper/Maintenance (Former Employee) says

"Bad management, no advancement, not paid enough for job duties and requirements of the job. You have to work outside in the winter months and carry 5 gallon buckets of salt and manually lay salt for the property manager to not care about how you make it into work with snow and ice on the streets Cons: Bad management, working outside in winter months"

Concierge/Security (Former Employee) says

"The properties themselves are nice and fun to be in, but the management is poor and very racist. You are mistreated, and not even given any type of benefits whatsoever."

Prop mgr (Former Employee) says

"Awful. Regional manager in Fort Wayne catty and unprofessional. Treated employees badly. Never returned calls from customers or residents. Lied to residents and employees."

Maintenance Technician (Former Employee) says

"Maintenance was treated like dirt, but office staff were Queens. Worst company that I have been with in 23 years! Terrible and mismanaged from the top down! Cons: Everything"

Regional Manager, Sales (Former Employee) says

"Unless you are a brown noser, or like to sleep your way to the top, avoid this company like the plaque! No real leadership; employees get promoted, or let go, based on who they know. If you speak up about things, like managers not following fair housing rules, unfair treatment by managers, mold in apartments that has been overlooked for years, etc, etc, you will end up out on your ear. Many many good people have left the company while others who are terrible at their jobs have been promoted! This is not coming from a disgruntled employee - it is based on facts and from someone who observed this for years. Cons: everything else"

Assistant Property Manager (Former Employee) says

"Horrible place to work no diversity high turnover and more...................................................... It’s very ghetto and I do not recommend Cons: Everything company related"

Custodial Maintenance Worker (Current Employee) says

"My day start off good some days, when I am not over whelmed to have to do my job plus other coworkers job. Dougles point does not have good management. The work place culture is okay.the hardest part of my job is trying to finish my work and coworkers expect me to stop my work to help them"

Assistant Property Manager (Former Employee) says

"This company cared more about appearances than hard data. When data is skewed and that is what is presented to an Owner, if the property can’t recover, the data is skewed again, only more. It constantly felt like we were digging a bigger hole. Upper management has favorites. Sometimes the favorites aren’t the most professional (sweeping issues under the rug, disrespecting employees and residents, speaking poorly of employees to other employees). Someone from upper management once screamed at our manager in the leasing office, cursing her and directing her to write someone up for not completing an impossible task. Since then, I’ve found that there are great companies out there that care about their employees and truly appreciate the hard work that site level employees deal with daily. Cons: Hostile work environment, work load, salary"

Maintenance Technician (Former Employee) says

"Property manager and management are not good at all management really is was got Me I-think it just depends on which property you work at for them which makes a difference"

Area Manager (Former Employee) says

"This company is not suited to be in the Property Management Business, they are very disorganized. They expect managers to work 60+ hours per week, most properties till pay in the 40k range or under, you have to use your own personal credit cards and I- on average had to wait 2 months+ to be reimbursed for this or mileage, the Property I was sent to they didn't pay the water or electric bills, water was shut off to the entire property for almost 2 days, no electric to common areas for nearly 24 hours in a very high crime area, no relocation to be paid, if you want your job you go where they send you and go in debt doing so. Cons: Not enough time or space to write them all, if your desperate apply"

Property Manager (Former Employee) says

"Never heard of the company until it became the management company for the property. Some of the staff is very friendly while others don't even care to speak to you!"

Assistant Property Manager/Leasing Consultant (Current Employee) says

"The company looks good on paper. I was interested in this company and multifamily housing industry because I saw so many women in management roles... Unfortunately, I learned that there is little to no training at Flaherty & Collins. There is a sink or swim mentality that constantly makes you question your job security as everyone is treated like he/she is replaceable. There is no designated "trainer" for new employees. In my experience, everyone is left to their own devices & that is a set up for failure. Cons: High Turnover"

Community Manager (Current Employee) says

"But if you are not the profile that fits their luxurious properties marketing expectations then you get stuck with the fee managed most challenging properties."

Administrative Assistant (Former Employee) says

"Low pay for amount of ,work and responsibilities expected. Confusion regarding delegation of work between the very few 3 employees they had. Not enough training on company software before expected to be able to use it properly, Cons: low pay"

Maintenance Technician (Former Employee) says

"I don't recommend working forr this company . They have already changed names and let an employee that was taking funds from the company back to work again plus an employee who took funds from another complex they worked in was hired to be manager."

Property manager (Former Employee) says

"Overall it was ok. Just manager did not listen to needs to get the job done. My regional manager was new and he got several fair housing suits against the property and me."