There are industrial use floor treatments which are applied to troweled concrete. Most are solvent based, and resist oil and water. They have good wear properties, and with many sand and fine aggregates can be added for a slip resistant surface.
Most treatments, whether sealer type or paint type, will seek to reduce the porosity of the concrete. Wax is often used on top of sealers and paint, but may be undesirable. Once wax is applied it can be difficult to get other treatments to adhere to the concrete.
If you are able to determine that your surface has wax on it, then you can try applying some floor wax. If not, I would avoid wax, because it could make treatment later a bigger problem.
Your landlord may know more about the floor treatment history.