My experience at Realpage was great meet so awesome people. Help families on relocating. There was opportunity for advancement. The company had some bad seeds that has been eliminated. The company has since moved and I still keep in touch with some of the employees.
Sales (Current Employee) – Richardson, TX – May 28, 2018
If they would hire actual sales people, set some expectations, utilize metrics and fire the lazy people, it would be great. I am used to working with higher caliber people, getting paid my commissions and watching the lazy people that don’t hit quota get fired. I’ve never seen so many people not it quota and it’s not a big deal.
The insurance is a high deductible plan. It’s 10k deductible for family. Like by having insurance at all. We are shopping external plans. A company that big should have amazing insurance.
Lots of opportunity. If you get bored you can sell something else. Lots of acquisitions.
Poor upper management but good individual contributors
Manager (Former Employee) – Richardson, TX – May 24, 2018
Nice casual work environment with good vacation benefits. Poor upper management with constant turnover. Almost no internal promotions. Very limited growth potential. Below average compensation. Continually outsourcing workforce to foreign offices.
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Greenville, SC – May 24, 2018
The training was engaging but too short. You are put on the phones before you are fully understanding the job. Some managers were extremely inspirational and motivated while ours had sour kraut attitudes. The overall atmosphere depended on who's team you were on. Didn't like all the steps you go through to request time off. If there are too many people off that day, well you are just not approved off. Time was heavily controlled, not much freedom in your job. Bathroom breaks were limited to break times only. However, they offer 4 hours paid to do charity work. Free gym at location. A cool lunchroom. Good pay for the job. On the job training. Benefits are amazing!
Great benefits. Free gym. Paid time for charity work. On the job training.
Lunchtime 30 minutes. Training not long enough. Bathroom breaks limited. Stress over time.
Overall a great place to work. The product and implementation team are fantastic at assisting and being team players. The Account Management team needs still help. Is not that well stablished and it makes it difficult to assist your client. Kigo Clients are fantastic!
Director (Former Employee) – Dallas, TX – May 11, 2018
This was a software company. They had to be educated on what is needed to manage a call center properly. This greatly improved over time. The company culture was very progressive and a really positive place to work.
Financiall managed well. A lot of growth and profits were shared with employees!