TOG (The Office Group) Careers and Employment
- CEOOlly Olsen & Charlie Green, Co-Founders & Co-CEOs
TOG is home to one of the most creative, exciting and forward-thinking working communities in the UK.
Today, TOG has over 15,000 members working across 33 buildings, 31 of which are in London, with more on the way. We house one of the fastest growing and most diverse workforces in Britain: app creators and advertising agencies; makers and media companies, financiers and foodies; artists and architects; and a smorgasbord of startups, entrepreneurs and freelancers.
We pride ourselves on having brilliant teams working across our buildings or at TOG Central (that’s our head office) and we are always on the look out for talented people who share our values.
Salary estimated from 85 employees, users, and past and present job advertisements on Indeed.
Decent pay, needs restructuring as there is a lot of issues. If your face fits, it’s all good. If it doesn’t… good luck. Best advice would be to do your research, and trust your instincts.
Seemed like a great company to work for. When interviewed, just seemed like the regional managers are looking for someone extremely specific. That explains why they’ve had the same roles (assistant building manager and building manager) up for nearly 2 months. I have over 6 years of management experience in a very similar field to TOG, but apparently ‘that’s not enough experience’. If you look at all their building managers, they’ve all had retail management for about a year or two. During my interview process, I was told I was too ‘sales’ focused for an ops role… surely you need sales focus to do the ops side of things and help the building reach occupancy? Makes no sense. Simply put, I think the regional managers are looking for someone very specific, but yet they don’t know what exactly they’re looking for.
The company would be such a rewarding place to work if the hierarchal structure at the moment was reformed, I just don’t think this business needs heads of west and east and perhaps the AOMs need restructuring so they’re based on the ground in buildings rather than floating (what they do - I don’t know I honestly couldn’t tell you besides comment on work place with a high five and a well done you’ve smashed it! ) what they need is better leaders in less high powered positions!
The Office Group is a great company to work with. I had the opportunity to learn new skills and progress through the company. Hard-work is recognised, and my overall experience was a very positive one.
Wasn't totally my cup of tea but a fun place to work.
Too many hours, 9 per day, and changing shift patterns i.e. starting at 8am or 10am. Actually, lots of changes were going on structurally so a lot of my team had low morale.
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