Job training, health insurance, and vacation & paid time off
Bad is no salary but as a real estate agent that is expected. A good commission rate and program that can really lead to making money. No other benefits aside from that.
There are no benefits, even when you are staff- not just the agents who are subcontractors. They are all about the bottom line and profit sharing it back to the agents, so they don't provide any sort of benefits to their employees. No health insurance, retirement, nothing- not even annual reviews for pay increases. Each office is independently owned and operated, so it could be different at other offices, but this was my experience.
No benefits as I was an independent contractor.
Great overall culture. I loved working there.
No benefits provided . Worked full time as a listing manager but team was unable to provide benefits and provided low pay. Listing manager duties definitely deserved some balance between pay and benefits
There is nothing bad about the Keller Williams benefit package, I am an independent contractor and they allow me to make use of the group status of the 10's of thousands of agents to get group rates. I don't have to buy anything I don't want or need.
You work on your own and if you need help there's a coach you can ask questions if youre in a pickle. They also do a profit share so if you're doing this for the long run, you can essentially make money without selling homes.
There are not really benefits. As a Realtor, you're 1099 and not an employee.
Benefits are not provided as you are self-employed. They do have a profit-sharing program is you recruit other successful agents to the brokerage.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.