Administration Assistant (Former Employee) – Belleville, ON – 6 May 2013
My position was supposed to be for maternity leave for a current employee. I was not given much time for training and the job was very demanding. Training period could have been longer. My co-worker was not as accommodating to the information required for training.
Got to know real estate brokers and bought a house.
Receptionist/Administrative Assistant (Former Employee) – Nanaimo, BC – 31 July 2017
Greet realtors Answer messages left from the night before Turn on computers to warm up Greet costumers and realtors as they enter Review work that was done the day before Friendly environment Hardest part- knowing who has done what Most enjoyable part- how friendly and helpful everyone is there
Front Desk Receptionist (Former Employee) – Mississauga, ON – 24 July 2017
A typical day at work is answering phones, booking/confirming showings for agents, uploading listings online. I learned how to use programs to upload listings online. Management was disappointing. Management did not communicate well with employees, give constructive criticism or any feedback at all. The hardest part of the job was doing the best I could despite not being trained on everything I needed to know and being asked to perform certain tasks and not knowing what to do. The most enjoyable part of the job was the hour long break.
Administrative Assistant/Reception (Former Employee) – Aurora, ON – 4 July 2017
Provided administrative support to the Broker/President and supported a department of 25 sales representatives Event planning such as meetings, golf tournaments and Christmas parties.. Proofread and edited legal documents such as real estate listings, offers of purchase and sale.
working with friendly and professional fellow employees
Agent (Former Employee) – Stratford, ON – 1 July 2017
The people are nice enough, and the environment is also OK. But there is zero mentoring and the training is almost nonexistent. I was shown a desk and wished good luck. Brokerages need to realize that in order to have top-performing real estate agents they have to have good mentoring programs in place. That did not exist here while I was there.
Sales Representative (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 8 December 2016
Extremely friendly work place Many hours of research and people calling Do not like cold calling Realize that your opinion and work knowledge can have an impact in a family for the rest of their lives.
Residential Sales (Current Employee) – Woodstock, ON – 18 November 2016
To work full-time in residential re-sale -- working with buyers and sellers -- a sales rep must be a self starter, but must also have a good knowledge of housing, marketing, negotiations and how mortgages work.
Receptionist (Current Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 15 June 2016
Working as a receptionist at Royal LePage is very fun and upbeat. You'll always have something to do and won't get bored. The people that work at the office are very friendly and nice; the boss is an amazing and friendly person.
Receptionist (Former Employee) – North Bay, ON – 8 May 2016
This job was great I worked one day a week, Saturdays from 9 till 3. I would answer phone calls, update the powerpoint slideshow and their facebook pages. I learned how to professionally answer the phone and questions. I also had to learn to file listing in the right order. My manager was great, she was always happy to see me and happy to be at work.