As small business owners we have the freedom to choose our values, and then we have the responsibility to live by them. And one of the responsibilities that we are choosing to live by is our belief that we are here to create good jobs for great people.
So, what is a good job?
Ask ten different people and you'll probably get ten different answers, but for us a good job really comes down to 4 key traits.
#1: A good job is one where we are encouraged to grow throughout our whole career.
When we choose to lean into our unique talents, and when we commit to daily and lifelong learning, we experience a level of accomplishment that we never imagined possible. We experience amazing, life-changing benefits when we set high standards for ourselves and when we explore new directions.
#2: A good job is one where teamwork is lived out each day.
In today's distracted and divided world, we're all in need of more collaboration, camaraderie, and connection. Ultimately we are here to complete each other, not compete with each other.
#3: A good job is one where each team member is working for a higher purpose.
For our team members, our higher purpose is community. Each of us contributes to our community in different ways, but we are all here to make Dane County a better place to live, work, and recreate.
#4: A good job is one that offers good pay and good benefits.
At Mad City Dream Homes we believe in creating jobs that help our team members create a better life for themselves and for their family. We offer our employees a competitive salary that rewards them for their exceptional work. We also offer a retirement plan and healthcare benefits -- plus paid time off for holiday, vacation, personal, and family leave. For our realtors, we provide a path that helps each agent grow financially throughout their whole career -- and even into retirement.
Do you know someone who is generous, hardworking and humble?
When someone is generous, hardworking and humble, they have everything they need to thrive in the world of real estate. If you know someone who shares these traits and who is curious about our profession, please have them contact either Ann or Dan for a conversation. We're always happy to share our insights into what it's like to work in our field and what it takes to become a productive, successful professional.
This article is published courtesy of: Dan Miller, REALTOR Mad City Dream Homes & RE/MAX Preferred