I have been working at Richmond American Homes full-time (Less than a year)
Richmond lets you run your own business. Once you are out of training you have the freedom to manager your business and managers are there to help support when needed. The potential for income growth is endless and the on-boarding program is effective. It is always a perk to enjoy working with great people as well!
The CRM system they have in place makes you track every conversation, email and phone conversation you have which leans towards micro management, but its an intelligent system and really does help facilitate business. Another con is the hourly minimum wage you make during training, it can be very scary to maintain until you are out of training.
Advice to Management
More involved in the in-field training after onboarding process. Mentors are aswesome, but having a systematic structure to help trainees move out of training would be better.
I applied online. I interviewed at Richmond American Homes (Denver, CO).
Since I knew someone in the company, it was a little different than the norm, but i met with manager and they asked me about myself and explained the job obligations and compensation structure.
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