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14 days ago

HQ Services Coordinator (Part-Time)

RE/MAX LLC Denver, CO

40 Years of Outstanding Agents & Outstanding Results. At RE/MAX we have created a world-class, industry leading organization that has become the… RE/MAX LLC


1 day ago

Membership Data and Statistics Coordinator – new

RE/MAX LLC Denver, CO

40 Years of Outstanding Agents & Outstanding Results. At RE/MAX we have created a world-class, industry leading organization that has become the… RE/MAX LLC


30+ days ago

Franchise Development Consultant

RE/MAX LLC Denver, CO

40 Years of Outstanding Agents & Outstanding Results. At RE/MAX we have created a world-class, industry leading organization that has become the… RE/MAX LLC


30+ days ago

Franchise Development Consultant (Florida

RE/MAX Denver, CO

40 Years of Outstanding Agents & Outstanding Results. At RE/MAX we have created a world-class, industry leading… Glassdoor


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    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Denver, CO
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    I worked at RE/MAX full-time (more than 3 years)

    Pros

    In the beginning, the work/life balance was great - there were several company-sponsored employee events with food and drinks during the workday. The benefits packages were amazing - huge 401(k) match, no cost health insurance, lots of paid time off.

    Cons

    As the company grew, new management came in and took over. All of the perks slowly went away and employee satisfaction was no longer important. It also became hugely apparent that people who didn't deserve promotions were getting them. Management didn't reward the hard workers, they rewarded the people who kissed the most butt and back-stabbed their co-workers.

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    Pay better attention to the actual work your employees are doing, not just who you like the best because they kiss your butt the most. Once you took away the perks and then still told the employees to be grateful, you caused a lot of unhappiness. Your employees work hard for you - show your appreciation more.

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