In Washington/Oregon sales representatives are under extreme pressure by aggressive manager who be-littles the Sales employees. Staff is afraid to speak up in fear of retaliation. New Home Consultants have zero protection from Management. Sales Manager has workers walking on egg shells and upper management simply looks the other way. No real HR department in office. Bad management has crushed the spirits of sales reps who are the front line of customer contact. Great Consultants who are put under extreme stress can’t sell like happy ones will. Upper management doesn’t talk with Sales representatives to find how unhappy we all are. Only new representatives are happy for the new job. As long as you do not have an opinion, thought or question you’ll be treated well. Sales Manager does not permit speaking with upper management or lead office representatives or you are reprimanded and pulled away from them.
Office staff is friendly. Great company, wonderful training. Area sales managers are great.
What tips or advice would you give to someone interviewing at Lennar Corporation?
They money may be good but the expectation and long hours do not provide a good home life style.
I worked anywhere from 8-14 hours. I checked my emails on my days off as well. If you want to make a good living you have to put in a lot of time
What system of work are you working how? How old is that system? What outside systems do you use to gather information to make decisions? What type of meeting to you have? What training is provided to use these systems? Do you have a flow chart or matrix that can provide what is needed to do my job?
I am ashamed to admit that I work for Lennar. I live in a Lennar community and REFUSE to let my neighbors who I work for. I hide everything related to Lennar before I walk into my home. When the neighbors ask, I just say I'm in construction and change the subject. I do this because Lennar builds low quality homes and I do not feel like talking about this company when I am at home.