NRT was a great place to work at as far as being busy. Answering emails, phone calls, and even greeting customers could be overwhelming in a good 8 hours. Though I only worked there for a few months and we had 3 separate managers within 6 months of me working there. None of the new management knew anything about the task they had to complete and put the work on myself to figure out. They didn't want to pay us extra though had us train others on how to do a more advanced job.Overall the company has good intentions but they don't really care about you. HR didn't even want to give us the state min. wage when it increased this past July of 2017. The staff and myself had to fight to get that raise. With that being said the NRT has had a lot of complaints and not only in the office area.