Drafter (Former Employee) – Hunt Valley, MD – May 16, 2019
Not at all happy with this company. Work was fine at first. I came in as a drafting and was doing base mapping for the company but then they stopped giving me work. I haven't had steady work to do for months now and it is unbearable. What is even more ridiculous is that they keep hiring new people. What little work I had before is now spread out between everyone including the large amount of people they decided to hire after I started working there. However, I am fond of the people working here and the company itself is not too bad. I don't have a reason to go to work because I am not given any work though!
I have been an associate broker with Century 21 for many years. I am familiar with the Century 21 web tools and programs, but I am more interested in finding a brokerage that is giving back to the community and service minded. I am self motivated, but ethics and honesty are important for my ability to be motivated. I like to believe that real estate sales are a service. I drives me to be successful is assisting people realize their dream of owning a home. I want to find a brokerage that takes pride in the physical premise.
Century 21 was a great work experience i had alot of fun learned Lot and also got a rehire form after my seasonal period was over
Sales Associate (Former Employee) – Brooklyn, NY – April 9, 2019
Century 21 was a great work experience i had alot of fun learned Lot and also got a rehire form after my seasonal period was over . My Peers the customers and my manager the other workers around me really helped make my experience easier everyone was a team.
Ownership changed and now there is a competing broker in charge. Broker in Charge isn't normally a competing broker; more a neutral party. Owner now has hourly staff members that are also licensed Real Estate agents, competing brokers that have access to personal information about other agents.
This was my first job and I think I had a really good experience. I worked hard and made the effort to learn any of the positions they gave me within the company. And became a team lead. I feel like working there in the different positions like, selling tickets, cleaning theaters, and snack bar taught me work ethic and when I choose a job in the future I will know what kind of job I want because I will know a little more of what I like and don’t like too much.
Stock Associate (Former Employee) – Brooklyn, NY – December 1, 2018
The fast paced environment, especially during the holidays tested how well we were able to contain ourselves under pressure. The hardest part of the job at times is the patience that one needs to have when dealing with a customer hasn't made up his/her minds on a specific clothing.
Cabin Cleaner Lead (Former Employee) – Los Angeles, CA 90045 – November 5, 2018
just brief my crew on wats going on, the job for our shift , what we had to accomplish , just have patient , be willing to learn , get on aircrafts audit them and be in time to avoid delays u don't want delays
Ticket Taker, Usher, Customer Service, Cashier (Former Employee) – Tucson, AZ – October 12, 2018
I really enjoyed working at Cinemark it was very fun, Fast paced, and you always had something to do... but unfortunately the hours were not enough and I was still in Highschool at the time so I had to focus on school at the time.
Concierge/Doorman (Former Employee) – New York, NY – August 12, 2018
good working environment. good co-workers. great locations. good pay. i loved working for century. is that i could not work weekends. if they were to offer me a mon-fri position, i will take it in a heart beat.
Receptionist (Former Employee) – Claremont, CA – July 29, 2018
I learned to be quick to answer multiline phones. The management was good, the owner was a fair person. The pay was right at minimum wage. The hardest part of the job was there were to many people trying to be the boss.