One of America’s Top Ten Places to Work – Keller Williams

Keller Williams has been ranked as one of America’s top 10 workplaces in 2011.

This is no surprise to me. Keller Williams is a great place to work. Let me give you a few reasons why.

One reason KW is a great place to work is the “Culture” they encourage. This culture emphasizes a giving charitable lifestyle. On every commission check it is easy to donate to KW Cares. KW Cares has no administrative fees. The moneys go directly to other agents and their families in times of need. After the tornado that hit Joplin last May, KW Cares not only helped KW agents, their families and clients; but also gave to other realtors in the Joplin area that were in need.

Another part of this culture is Red Day. This day occurs in May and focuses on a project to help a family or organization in the area. Some of the most recent project the Joplin office has done are remodeling the Boys and Girls Club, the Webb City Cerebral Palsy Center, and raising over $11,000 for a 1st grader with cancer. The whole office gets involved in these projects in fun creative ways such as the Masked Ball we had last October.

A second reason KW is a great place to work is the encouragement they give to their realtors to make money.  This is done by encouraging realtors within the company to share their knowledge, experiences and expertise with other realtors.  Our office is constantly offering classes that have taught me quite a bit.

KW also offers profit sharing within the individual offices.  This is a great way to make passive income.  And at our office commission is always split equally between the buyer’s agent and the seller’s agent.

Besides all this, KW is a fun place to work. Our office plans many social event including lunches, BBQ’s, Christmas parties, a softball team and of course the occasional Happy Hour.

So if you are looking for a great place to make a living, give me, Mary Plunkett, a call and I can tell you more about being a Keller Williams agent.

 

 

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