RE/MAX Careers and Employment
- CEOAdam Contos
- Company size201 to 500
- Revenue$130m to $650m (CAD)
- IndustryReal Estate
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Receptionist in Edmonton, AB
on 1 August 2021
Great place to work with extras like going to hockey games and Christmas bonusesI felt like I was working for a family. I learnt something new everyday. Interacting with the realtors was exhilarating and always interesting. It’s a fast past world and I liked that. My 15 years with re/max was the best experience of my working career.
Receptionist in Coquitlam, BC
on 20 October 2021
Underpaid and overworkedThe office staff is paid horribly for the amount of work they have to do, scheduling is a nightmare when someone requests time off and realtors are constantly upset and yelling at office staff with no consequences. On top of all that there is no HR department where you can bring up your complaints, and if you do say anything it is always brushed off by the owner.
Admin in Orangeville, ON
on 20 August 2021
Toxic/poor upper managementGreat agents but poor upper management that don’t care about employees. Low pay and next to no raises.
Receptionist/Administrative Assistant in Windsor, ON
on 2 May 2021
Horrible brokerageI’m not bashing all of remax but don’t ever apply at the Windsor location!! I worked there just shy of two mos. worked my tail off, showed up early every day and was very proficient. I was then let go abruptly because I requested reduced hours due to remote learning for my child during a global pandemic !!!!! They have zero empathy or respect for anyone but themselves and do not care for others.
Real Estate Sales Representative in Ottawa, ON Bronson office
on 20 April 2021
No Plan for new agents,expensive membership,Terrific people work there, from the help desk to admin, but there is no plan for a new agent to join the company. You are on your own to learn alghout you have to pay a very high monthly RE/MAX fee membership, but you don't get any benefit. The nature of the job is commission-based, so without support and training, you end up with high monthly payments and no hope to get any training to help you start your business. I recommend asking any real estate company what program they have before you join them. With my new broker I have a business plan and many other benefits and lower monthly payments.
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