Residential Superintendent (Former Employee) – Sterling, VA – September 13, 2013
The Northern VA team at Lennar was ran very well, had a great management team, and allowed their superintendent to work freely and forge relationships with the subcontractors. I had a great time there, and would work for them again if the opportunity presented itself
It's a great place to work and work with customers and their new home.
Customer Care Representative (Former Employee) – Aliso Viejo, CA – April 27, 2016
I begin the day with my lists of customer service requests and begin my day with phone calls and contacts. I enjoy working with my co workers because they were all team players. Management was always available at all times for support.
Coordinator (Former Employee) – Freehold, NJ – January 29, 2016
This was a wonderful place to work. We were, and those that have kept in touch are like family. The WOW meeting were the greatest. There was always something to do which made the day go by quickly. Management was always willing to review new ideas. I learned how to use different data bases, send mass mailings for Marketing, and also repairs office equipment whenever possible.
We had our WOW meeting once a month. And department luches in office.
I have a lot of physical labor and a lot of traveling.
TDH (Former Employee) – Visalia, CA – October 12, 2015
I would over see the in tier builds from start to finish. Dealing with many different personalities, I learned how to prepare a home for the home owners with out no more than after move in touch ups. Management could use some improvements. Most co workers where great and others no so much. The hardest part of the job was going home. The most enjoyable part of the job was the various different people I met on a day to day basis.
First thing was unlocking all the houses in the mornings and picking up trash. Then managed and monitored the building process. Which means calling trades and companies as well as staying on schedule and being organized.
Colorado Division Culture not aligned with Corporate Culture
Confidential (Former Employee) – Colorado – August 24, 2015
Lennar corporate culture is to work hard, have fun, and always do the right thing.
The Colorado Division does not share these values. Management is not supportive of production level associates. Field personnel are often told "not my problem" when asking for assistance from division office management.
Management is from the good 'ol boys club. You don't have to be a good manager, just a family friend. Old Antiquated process cause projects to continue indefinitely. Poor management causes major systems to be upgraded at the same time causing multiple conflicts and down-time. I was so embarrassed to admit i worked here, I took this place off of my resume
answer phone, set appointment for sales agent and register traffic coming to the model. Do overall presentation of what builder has to offer and point out standard features.Help perspective homeowners with what builder offers to to find the perfect home for them.