RealPage's office vibe has been ranked within the Top 50% in Dallas by 54 employees. While 75% consider their office vibe Laid Back, 25% consider it Boring. Overall, RealPage's employees are satisfied with their current office vibe.
Comparably recognizes both team members and the environment curated by the employers as essential to a great office vibe, and has therefore decided to display related data to these two subculture categories.
81% of RealPage's employees look forward to interacting with their coworkers on a daily basis, and 38% say they hang out with their coworkers outside of work Once a quarter. The majority of RealPage employees work on average 8 hours per day in a positive work environment.
50% think there is a great office vibe at RealPage. Most employees feel Secure Enough about their position at RealPage, and would recommend working there to a friend.
RealPage is in the Top 50% of Similar Size Companies on Comparably
RealPage is in the Top 15% of Similar Size Companies on Comparably
RealPage is in the Top 35% of Similar Size Companies on Comparably
Employees may experience their company differently based on their length of tenure, gender and ethnicity. RealPage employees were asked questions across many categories like: Office Culture, Environment, and Manager to capture what their overall experience is like.
Majority of Men at RealPage think their office vibe is Laid Back.
Coworkers and immediate leaders are the most positive. We help keep each other sane, and wish each other well when another one eventually lives. Also, actual prizes like PTO or food delivery gift cards for participants/winners of engagement activities are so appreciated, instead of chintzy trophies.
unfair treatment, in some cases, felt like there are favoritism among peers
Definitely the people, as well as the potential to make an impact that's recognized
Everyone on my team is hardworking, helpful, kind, and pretty dang funny. Our meetings are a refreshing break, and engagement activities like typibg contests or baby picture matching games have made wfh a breeze. Upper mgmt should let the team work instead of micromanaging.
We all have our strengths and specializations, but we work very well as a team
The TA team has great communication - we share articles, tips, new iCIMS discoveries, and even assist one another if our workload allows such efforts. Much appreciated!