Woodmont Real Estate Reviews
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Pros – The benefits package is decent as is the pay (not great, but ok). If you are in the right area where there are a lot of properties, your chances for advancement are good. If not, you would have to relocate. The HR manager is very good (has their hands full). Not a lot of turnover at the company except in the Marketing department.
Cons – The company is constantly trying to roll out new education and marketing but never follows through with it. They make a big deal of new programs, then you never hear about them again! The CEO is too involved with the affairs of the sites. I've heard Regional managers have quit over this. Your experience as an employee will depend very much on who your direct supervisor is.
Advice to Senior Management – Give your on-site and Regional managers more autonomy. People are more intelligent than you give them credit for!
Pros – Easy to get hired and promoted if you brown-nose, socializing and befriending supervisors is more important than outstanding performance.
Cons – Company does not follow its own rules, each property has different guidelines, if you dont become part of the "clique" you will never be taken seriously. Low wages and low bonus payouts that sometimes must be split between employees. Company has grown too quick for its own good, upper management and property managers are overwhelmed and undertrained.
Advice to Senior Management – Learn the rules, follow the law, give all employees the same training, stop with the 'clique' mentality. CEO, check on your Regional and Property Managers more, see what is really taking place at the properties.
No, I would not recommend this company to a friend – I'm not optimistic about the outlook for this company
Pros – Decent pay and decent benefits.
Cons – Upper manager can be tough and with certain areas they are still behind the times
Yes, I would recommend this company to a friend