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30+ days ago

Manager I - Division Sales

Meritage Homes Corporation Austin, TX

* Provides on-going and intensive, coaching, training, and feedback to sales staff. This position requires spending the majority of each day in the…

30+ days ago

Regional Vice President - Finance

Meritage Homes Corporation Austin, TX

* Success leading financial outcomes/profitability for high volume division as well as start-up division; strong business acumen with in-depth…

30+ days ago

Manager III - Construction

Meritage Homes Corporation Austin, TX

* Meritage has been listed among Forbes’ Best Managed Companies in America and the “Fortune 1000" largest corporations in America. * Meritage Homes…

22 days ago

Regional SR Accountant

Meritage Homes Corporation Austin, TX

We were the first national top 10 homebuilder to have every home we build be 100% ENERGY STAR® certified. And with more than 75,000 homes built, our…

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    Do not bother unless you like micro management

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    Former Employee - Sales  in  Austin, TX
    Former Employee - Sales in Austin, TX

    I worked at Meritage Homes full-time


    It is a pay check, very good office staff


    Micro management is just the start. They have a new way of doing things every week and most of the time none of it works. The upper management is a total joke including the CEO. The field management is not much better. Where they get the ideas for policy changes is anyone's guess. Most of the employees are looking for other jobs and/or not wanting to be there. They have no trust in any employee. The turnover rate is one of the highest I have ever seen.

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    Quit being micro managers. Trust the people around you, most of the good ones are gone so try to keep what you have. Not everyone is out to screw the company. Not everyone needs to be treated the same.

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