Trafalgar Property Management (Pty) Ltd
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Residential Maintenance Administrator-Durban

Durban, KwaZulu-Natal

11 days ago

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Sectional Title Portfolio Administrator

Stellenbosch, Western Cape

30+ days ago

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Residential Maintenance Inspector

Cape Town, Western Cape

30+ days ago

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Residential Debt Collector

Cape Town, Western Cape

30+ days ago

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Residential Letting Consultant

Cape Town, Western Cape

30+ days ago

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Sectional Title Debt Collector-Durban

Durban, KwaZulu-Natal

30+ days ago

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Debt Collector

Johannesburg, Gauteng

30+ days ago

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Sectional Title Accountant

Johannesburg, Gauteng

30+ days ago

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Sectional Title Portfolio Manager-Durban

Durban, KwaZulu-Natal

30+ days ago

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Portfolio Administrator in East London, Eastern Cape
on 5 May 2020
Over worked, underpaid and understaffed
Not enough staff employed, therefore the non management staff have to pick up extra work. Management did not know what other positions entailed outside of their department. Starting salaries were very low and increases were take away if any mistakes were made.
Maintenance Manager in Durban, KwaZulu-Natal
on 22 October 2020
Fun work place
It was good place before while it managing by the white and the give it to Indians and musilem they damage the place up coz watching their benefit only
general worker in Port Elizabeth, Eastern Cape
on 8 September 2020
Good working environment but limited opportunity for growth
Honestly this company ruined me in the sense that it gave off a false sense of progress and for me I think that is unforgivable. On the outside the company was portrayed to be doing well however on the inside there were despicable power struggles taking place, over worked employee's who continuously took on more work then they could handle and that was in their job description. A lot of fear was present in most employees as most just felt that they had no job security. The directors would let people go on a whim, even the most senior employees who had been with the company for more than 5 - 10 years and more. Absolute blind loyalty to a group who were heavily involved in favoritism and manipulative behavior. You wouldn't need a high level of understanding of behavioral and power dynamics to understand the manipulation that was taking place. Instill enough fear of losing your job and you can pay the bare minimum and withhold as much benefits as you please. Most would put on a pleasant smile for the directors but behind that most were having mental break downs weekly.The office environment changed quite drastically both positively and negatively. One thing that stood out was the cameras that were installed in the offices and throughout the building, it felt a bit much and sort of like everyone was being monitored. However the new offices changed the mood quite a bit and everyone seemed to be enjoying the new environment compared to the pigeon den that was Westway Centre.Lastly the treatment of junior employees was also quite tragic and a spectacle to some senior employees at times. Basically they were just used to support managers etc. but offered almost no career development, training or any option to progress if you did not fit the desired demographic. You would have to be an absolute ignorant fool to assume that it didn't play a role so far as to who progresses up the ladder and who does't. The juniors were not spared mental break downs either as they were frequently over worked and over loaded with more and more responsibility.A sad thing to witness young aspirational youth have their dreams crushed,hard work and dedication over looked and then taken advantage off by managers looking to shift the blames to save their own reputations and jobs.To be an enemy of progress will not benefit anyone in the end.
Senior debt collector sectional title property management in Pretoria, Gauteng
on 22 August 2020
Good company
Homely and target driven and good company, good policies and teamworkers Hard working and innovarion and training on top 10 list of company National company and branches all over
Portfolio Manager in Berea, Gauteng
on 10 March 2020
Trafalgar is a great place to work at
The culture is relaxed, the job is not too bad, I started as an administrator but now im a portfolio manager , theres growth within the company if you work smart
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