Retail Associate /Sales Associate (Former Employee), New York, NY – May 22, 2015
a typical day at work it was very messy and busy I learned that many tourist come down from their country just to visit the store the management wasn't good either the co-workers were everywhere and never where they were suppose to be working the hardest part of the job was closing
It was and ok job but not to fond of the managers were kind of uneducated. I felt like they would only put "their" kind on the schedule for full time instead of other so it was based on likes and not worth ethics which bothered me
Real Estate Sales Agent (Current Employee), Rancho Cucamonga, CA – May 19, 2015
The management is great and very supportive. Fellow colleagues work together as a team. I enjoy assisting buyers and seller achieve their goals. I've learned how important it is to completely understand client expectations so that I am prepared to exceed their expectations.
Sales Associate (Former Employee), New York, NY – May 14, 2015
Cons: Short breaks
Once I clocked into work I was often swamped with customers. Seeing that I worked at one of the biggest Century 21s it was often filled with customers that often needed assistance. My management was not always helpful sometimes leaving me on my own to figure out how to difuse problems and issues. My co workers were enjoyable making the workplace tolerable.
Cashier (Former Employee), New York, NY – May 14, 2015
I never had a bad day here. I always looked forward to going to work. All of my coworkers were cool and nice. Management, strict but I also felt fortunate enough to see everyone's sweet side. The hardest part of the job was probably closing the store every single day but after a while you just get use to it. The most enjoyable part would be when customers returned, and they'd ask for me. I know I had to be doing something right.
I come to work and see lines, I would help clean the complex and start ringing people. This helped me engage wit the guest and help keep my math skills sharp. The hardest part of the day is closing that is when everyone would rush to pay for their things. It would cause alot of last minute work.
Worked hard, benefits are all up to you. A fun place
REALTOR (Former Employee), North Texas – April 30, 2015
As a Realtor you work hard, pay is split with a broker (depending on you). You make your own schedule, have your own clients, always new and most of the time fun. You get what you put into this position.
Real Estate Broker / Team Manager (Current Employee), Indianapolis, IN – April 27, 2015
Typical day consists of everything from following up with leads and getting questions answered from the homes they are interested in, to sitting at a closing table and everything in between. The hardest part of this profession is finding new clients, the market is so saturated with agents it seems as if everyone has a friend or family member who is an agent and they are loyal to them. The best part of the job is when you find your client the perfect home for the perfect price and you get to see how happy they are when they close on the home.
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee), Gainesville, VA – April 21, 2015
Very well rounded employment opportunity! All staff members were very welcoming as though a big family, which is very important to the company that everyone feel involved in the day to day processes to achieve goals.