Keller Williams One of Happiest Workplaces in America

KW CEO Davis Helps by Pulling in a 94% Approval Rating

The Austin, TX mammoth real estate brokerage firm Keller Williams landed in 2nd place on CareerBliss’ “50 Happiest Companies to Work For in 2019” list.

KW scored 3.997 and had an average salary of $40,000.  CEO John Davis scored an approval rating of 94%.  Last year, the company came in first place on the same list with a score of 4.483, average salary of $50,000, and CEO approval rating of 100%.

Total Quality Logistics based in Cincinnati, Ohio grabbed the top spot, earning an overall score of 4.157 and a CEO approval rating of 97 percent, while Johnson & Johnson, Google and Visa rounded out the top five happiest companies in America.

“I couldn’t be happier working for Keller.  I’ve worked for several real estate brokers and a big national builder, and the community within Keller Williams provides training, support, and a career path that clearly outperforms the resources that were available to me at any other company I’ve worked for,” praised a top Cleveland KW agent.  “The culture at Keller Williams Greater Cleveland Southwest is compatible with the success I work hard every day to achieve,” said Christine Stowell.

Back in November Keller Williams was also mentioned in Newsweek’s America’s Best Customer Service in 2019 list.  The brokerage firm was named the top-ranked real estate company for customer service.  “That recognition rings true because customers are the only reason we are here.  The leadership at my office [KWGCSW] places service to our clients at THE top priority,” added Stowell.

“Keller Williams is excited to again be recognized with such an impressive list of companies that are steadfast in their dedication to their associates’ training and development,” said KW spokesperson Daryl Frost in an emailed statement to Inman.

Employee reviews are collected by CareerBliss to create their famous BlissScore.  Each review includes feedback about pre-determined subjects such as compensation, growth opportunities, satisfaction with job role, relationship with top management, co-worker relationships, workplace atmosphere, and environment.

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