Houston’s Chesmar Homes: Company Culture And Success
Each day as we see which new ideas commercial real estate Houston has to offer on behalf of our clients, we get to meet lots of talented people and get introduced to compelling company cultures that benefit their clients, employees and overall success. One Houston company that has won recognition as a Top Workplace by WorkplaceDynamics is Chesmar Homes, a home builder with 137 employees, 68 of whom work out of Houston.
Work Hard and Play Hard Attitude Leads to Success
If the company meets its annual customer satisfaction and income goals, all employees of Chesmar Homes get to celebrate in January with a trip to a tropical location such as Maui, the Bahamas or Cabo San Lucas. Customer satisfaction is just as important to the company as the bottom line, and the annual trip is at risk if the company doesn’t perform well in terms of customer service even if the income goal is exceeded.
Liven Up the Slow Times
Company events at Chesmar Homes help to keep things moving during the slower months that occur with the seasonal workflow of the home builder. From themed office fun on Fridays to company ballpark nights, Chesmar has found that their business is more successful when they keep their community cohesion and morale high. They even have an entertaining company legend! Chesmar’s dedication to cultivating a community has paid off with success. They have an array of beautiful residential properties in Houston, San Antonio, Dallas/Fort Worth, Austin and Charlotte, South Carolina. Their development strategy is also committed to sustainability, green architecture and new ideas.
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