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Honolulu Board of Realtors

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Rank:16
Company:Honolulu Board of Realtors
Address:None
URL:www.hicentral.com
Year Founded:1922
Number of Full-time Employees:26
Overview:The Honolulu Board of REALTORS (HBR) is the largest trade organization on Oahu and one of the largest of 1,500 boards of REALTORS in the nation. Membership, which numbers approximately 6,000, is available to licensed real estate brokers and agents who agree to adhere to a strict Code of Ethics. As a member of HBR, you automatically gain membership to the Hawaii Association of REALTORS (state level) and the National Association of REALTORS . With the success of each member as its primary focus, HBR, led by an elected Board of Directors comprised of members, is actively involved in many issues and efforts that foster community and business growth. As the voice of Oahus real estate industry, HBR promotes and protects the interests of its members and the community at large.
CEO:Rochelle Lee Gregson
Status:Not For Profit
Number of Part-time Employees:2
Average Annual Salary - Exempt Employees:$49,000
Average Annual Salary - Non-exempt Employees:$35,000
Number of Job Applicants:90
Number of Hires (Last Fiscal Year):8
Voluntary Turnover:not disclosed
Female Employees:20
Percentage of Female Employees:71%
401(K) or 403(B) Match:N/A
Percentage of Match:N/A
Average Hours Training Offered per Year:20
Number of Paid Company Holidays:
Number of paid vacation and personal days:10
Interesting Fact:As a bonus for participating in voulenteer efforts, employees get paid for some time outside the office for participating in events like the annual Community Homebuyer Fairs and Honolulu Habitat Build-a-Thons.
Best Practices #1:Employees get paid for some volunteer time outside the office for participating in events like the annual Community Homebuyer Fairs and Honolulu Habitat Build-a-Thons.
Best Practices 2:HBR will reimburse or pay staff to attend classes that improve skills for the job, organization, personal improvement, effective communication and teamwork. Classes must be approved by both the department director and the COO (HR Director).
Differentiating Practice:Imbedded in the culture of HBR is the belief that the skills and experience of each person are essential to our success in realizing the mission through our programs and services. The quality of our work reflects the combined efforts of a team with each person contributing their unique skills to the effort. Communication, cooperation, leadership and a commitment to the organizations continuous improvement efforts are qualities that are encouraged and that are shared by everyone on staff. Skills training, conferences, using inter departmental teams in developing work products, are a few examples of activities that help encourage the team spirit.
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