There actually were not benefits for my position but I believe there are benefits for other ones which would be nice.
Flexible employer with potential to work from home on select occasions. Unfortunately, no health benefits were applicable.
Flexible schedule but you weren't paid on an hourly rate or salary.
I stronger push for family leave would be appreciated
There is no benefits package. The benefit is the education and support that Keller Williams provides.
Job training, health insurance, and vacation & paid time off
I guess the best and worst thing about the benefit pack at KW is that I could actually get the same thing through the state or better through my spouse health insurance company. The don't give us any discounts.
Bad is no salary but as a real estate agent that is expected. A good commission rate and program that can really lead to making money. No other benefits aside from that.
You are have to find your own benefits in this business. They are not usually provided by the agency. Same goes for most of them.
No benefits provided . Worked full time as a listing manager but team was unable to provide benefits and provided low pay. Listing manager duties definitely deserved some balance between pay and benefits
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