Compare Quicken Loans vs Amrock BETASee how Amrock vs. Quicken Loans compare on employee ratings, job openings, CEO approval, business outlook and more.
What Employees Say
I have been working at Quicken Loans full-time for more than a year
- Great work environment - Heavy Compensation - Great training program - Feels like your not even at work - Huge growth opportunity - Promote from within - Learn a lot about sales/finance but... also life as well Incredible place to work with great benefits, great compensation, and great people. Everyone is always available to help coach or develop your skill and you can tell they truly care about your development. Could not be any happier with my position and company.
- Hours can be excessive occasionally - Skill set may take longer than you would hope to develop (everyone is different) The hours can be long sometimes but mainly in the beginning. It takes... time to develop your skills but once it clicks, it clicks; the hours drop, the pay increases, and it becomes a lot easier. Just need to give it at least a year to reach your full potential!
Advice to Management
Continue doing exactly what you’re your doing! Couldn’t be happier with my director, regional Vice Presidents, and Senior VP. Always there to help, coach, and develop your skill as well as be there... for any additional assistance you may need.
I have been working at Amrock full-time for more than a year
By far the best company I have worked for in terms of culture and leadership. Contrary to what others have said - they do make an effort to address all issues in the Outlet Survey that is given... biannually to solicit feedback. Tons of perks and benefits including an onsite wellness clinic, paws at work, all kinds of perks in the surrounding city (discounts, etc) comprehensive health benefits, tuition reimbursement, lot of resources and training for professional development. As a marketing team member I'm not in a production role so I think the work schedule is very accommodating and flexible, but again, I'm not in a production role.
Salary is a little below market. However, most full time team members are entitled to a merit increase and bonus every year based upon job performance. It's also a huge company so sometimes there are... layers of approvals and bureaucracy, but the culture is really great and sort of makes up for that. Yes, there are not enough leadership roles to go around, but they give all kinds of resources to help you grow in your role and also have created roles for people in the past.
Advice to Management
Keep listening to your team members. Make an effort to help them grow in any way you can.