Matthews REIS leaders value long-term career development over quick wins, so senior agents and executive leaders all spend time mentoring junior employees through one-on-one sessions and a formal mentorship program, supplemented with industry conferences. However, this doesn’t limit employees from introducing their own new ideas or owning projects. Management often compares a person’s day-to-day work to running individual businesses.
A competitive streak runs through many employees—but the company views each other as teammates instead of rivals. Because of this, one person’s deal is a thrilling win for the whole team—and group celebrations run the gamut from Hawaii trips and office parties to taking in pro sports from box suites. The annual Matthews Summit also adds another opportunity to mingle outside the office.