- Miami, United States
- 5001 to 10000 Employees
- 28 Locations
- Type: Company - Public (LEN)
- Founded in 1954
- Revenue: $5 to $10 billion (USD)
- Real Estate
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Good benefits, good time off. Decent work life balance.
Management overworked, leaves employees without help when needed. Constant revolving door of people quitting. Do NOT value employees. Pay is NOT commensurate with work load. Management does not back you up. Gives you a standard to follow but if the trades complain enough, they get what they want rendering your authority to get your work done, moot. Trades do not respect CCR staff. Yell, scream at CCRS.
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I applied online. The process took 1 day. I interviewed at Lennar (Las Vegas, NV)
InterviewGroup Interview: You are in a conference room with a long table. Seated around the table are you, other applicants, and the sales manager at the head of the table. Everyone's resume is in front of them, and there's a palpable tension in the room. Pressure to Stand Out: Knowing that you're directly compared to other candidates can be stressful. Every answer you provide is not just a reflection of your knowledge and skills but also how you distinguish yourself from others. Judgment from Peers: In addition to the sales manager's evaluation, there's a subconscious or conscious judgment coming from fellow applicants. Everyone is sizing each other up, noting strengths, weaknesses, and sometimes even making mental notes of things they might have answered differently. Diverse Skill Levels: As an experienced salesperson, you may find that the answers given by less experienced candidates are sometimes oversimplified, off the mark, or even blatantly incorrect. This can lead to feelings of frustration or even second-guessing one's own answers. Handling Cringe-worthy Moments: Sometimes, a candidate might give an answer that seems out of place, shows a lack of understanding, or might even be inappropriate. It's important to maintain composure and not visibly react, out of respect for the individual and the professional setting.Interview
A buyer feels that they should get a free washer and dryer because the build schedule is delayed and they now have to pay two extra months of rent how would you handle that scenario?1 Answers
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