On October 20, the results of the San Antonio Express-News Top Workplaces Survey were released. The survey took into account the opinions of 53,151 employees spread across 1,138 local companies, and we're proud to say JB Goodwin REALTORS® was recognized as one of the finest. JB Goodwin REALTORS® was one of fifteen local companies to receive an award for their efforts. This particular award was given for "Direction," meaning the employees felt that their company was moving in the right direction.
JB Goodwin REALTORS® wasn't always the booming real estate company with one San Antonio offices and four Austin offices. Established in 1972, this company started small. Its founder had just graduated from the University of Texas with big dreams, and one of the first things he did was developed an extensive training program for real estate agents to help them become some of the best in their field.
This isn't the first time JB Goodwin REALTORS® has been recognized for its outstanding workplace standards. In June, JB Goodwin REALTORS® was named Austin's Best Place to Work. This also certainly won't be the last time JB Goodwin receives an award like this one. As we move onward and upwards, providing excellent service to the greater Austin and San Antonio areas, you can be sure that we won't lose sight of the most important part of our company: the hardworking individuals who make up our workforce, and the prospective homebuyers and sellers we serve.
In an interview with My San Antonio, one of our employees said it best, "I like that we are not trying to be the biggest; just trying to be the best." Whether that means being the best workplace for employees, the best real estate service for customers, or the best company all around, we'll continue to strive for excellence.
If you're about the embark on the exciting journey of buying or selling your home, contact JB Goodwin for premium service in the greater Austin and San Antonio areas. Or meet one of our excellent real estate agents.We have over 700 that are ready to help!Posted by Mary Ann Castro on