Ryder & Dutton Estate Agents
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Ryder & Dutton Estate Agents Careers and Employment

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Residential estate agent in Oldham, Greater Manchester
on 26 November 2021
Good but not great pay
The salary and working hours aren't great, you only get 1 day off a week technically as you have to work Saturdays and Sundays. Have to take on multiple tasks as there's no enough staff.
Negotiator in Chadderton, Greater Manchester
on 14 December 2021
Excellent Place to Work
Since beginning my role at Ryder and Dutton, I have been treated as a valued member of the team. My colleagues, manager and management have without question supported me to become the best that I can both within my role and personally.Training is constantly on offer if needed.There has never been a time where I have felt undervalued or not good enough for the role.You can ask anyone anything, from my branch colleagues, right up to senior management and directors, nobody is too important to help.The most enjoyable part of the job is meeting or speaking to new people on a daily basis, although, this can also be the most difficult part of the job also!!All in all, this is a great place to work and I only wish all companies looked after their staff as well as Ryder and Dutton look after theirs.
Sales Negotiator in Greater Manchester
on 23 November 2021
Don’t work here
Awful company to work for.They literally do not care about you, if your face doesn’t fit you literally will never progress.They will only progress people who are in the special ‘click.’Management don’t care, treat the staff with no respect.Pay grade is terrible, literally below minimum wage and terrible commission scheme.Basically do not even bother going for an interview because this company are not worth it.
Estate Agent in Lancashire
on 29 July 2021
No time for your own life
Far too much expected for what you get paid. If work is not your number 1 priority at the expense of everything else in your life, then this will be frowned upon. Fundamentally a decent company run by decent people. The culture is quite toxic and the man-management is completely non-existent. A lot of the managers have never worked anywhere else so they think that this culture and the requirements should be the norm when in fact they aren't. Have gone very corporate in recent years and therefore the staff turnover has rocketed. If you want a life, think very carefully.
Admin role in Head office
on 30 January 2020
Challenging but rewarding!
Working at Ryder & Dutton is challenging, faced-paced and no 2 days are the same.There is always something new to learn. Very satisfying on a personal level to help people find their dream home. Lots of opportunities to generate commission as well as progression within the company. In my experience management have always been fair and supportive. The hardest part of the job is having new systems/processes but colleagues are always at hand to help and advise.

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