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CareerBliss // “Happiest Companies in America”

For the second year in a row, Keller Williams came in at the top of CareerBliss’s “Happiest Companies in America” list, this time taking second place. In a nationally publicized article written by Inman, a real estate industry news agency, Keller Williams employees are quoted as saying “I love working at Keller Williams Realty! I have the opportunity to learn and participate in professional development and truly build my career,” and “Keller Williams values ‘lives worth living,’ which means have[ing] a healthy work/life balance.”

 

CareerBliss bases its findings on employee surveys touching on 10 key areas which include relationships with peers and management, overall job satisfaction, pay rate, and workplace environment, among others. Out of a top possible score of five, Keller Williams received 3.997, just a hair behind Top Quality Logistics whose firm scored 4.157.

 

Keller Williams also took first place in Newsweek’s survey ranking “America’s Best Customer Service 2019” in the real estate category. This survey took into account quality of communication, competence, customer focus and accessibility.

 

So, what does this mean for you as a home buyer or seller? Most importantly, it means you’re working with a quality firm who values not only you as a client but their employees as well. Happy employees equate to people who love doing their job, which means you’ll get top-notch service at every turn.

 

Keller Williams educates and empowers its employees, meaning that you as our client will be working with knowledgeable agents who truly understand the ins and outs of the industry and can expertly guide you through your real estate transaction.

 

According to Forbes, happy employees are anywhere from 20-37% more productive than unhappy employees, so you’ll have an agent working even harder exceed your expectations. And, according to Recruiter.com, happy employees are more creative and that creativity can come in handy when you’re staging your home or if a buyer throws you a curveball right before closing.