Cushman & Wakefield Inc Employee Reviews

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Fun place
Senior Manager, Corporate Financial Reporting (Current Employee), New York, NYMay 9, 2014
Pros: free lunches
Cons: no work life balance
Very fast paced. It was a place to grow, and get to know a lot about NYC and the hospitality industry.
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Poor Mid Management
XXOO (Former Employee), New York, NYApril 13, 2014
Pros: you can work from home 2 days per week!
Cons: poor to bad mid-level management. you can work from home 2 days per week.
Strong female man hating culture in mid-management that covers for incompetent females that should not be in management.
When the company goes public it would be a great time to “clean house!”
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It was ok to work there
Property Manager (Former Employee), 12304 Santa Monica, Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90025July 27, 2012
The company was good, but the upper management need to be more involved
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Fast-pace, high demand, exciting work environment
Senior Research Analyst (Current Employee), New York, NYJuly 22, 2012
Excellent work atmosphere
Meet very interesting people
Clients are exceptional
Co-workers are the brightest
Looking for advancement
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Poor working culture
Vice President (Former Employee), new yorkMay 2, 2012
Pros: racist with a small amount of dignity
Cons: no dignity
Very poor company, discriminates against minorities and women, would sell their mothers for a small profit, no ethical culture other than survival of the fittest, watch your back.
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Ping Pong Table
Tenant Services Coordinator (Former Employee), Arlington, VAMarch 29, 2012
Pros: free parking, free lunch
Cons: short breaks, full benifits, days paid off, vacation days etc.
To mobilize and deliver our vast knowledge, resources and talent throughout the world on behalf of our clients, and to enable them to make the most informed real estate decisions. A typical work day, opening the office with little supervision, making coffee, checking the voicemail, answering mutiple phone line, checking the microsoft outllook for emails from the tenants, speaking with the cheif engineer regarding any work that needs to take place with each tenant. Building a relationship with the vendors and contractors as well as the tenants. Filing documents, input travel reimbursements, time-sheets, receiving fax, scanning documents, travel arrangements, setting up luncheons, and conference, collating notebooks. I worked with a small group, I only had one Property Manager, One Cheif Engineer and 5 engineers, because I help manage 3 buildings. The hardest part about this position is some one being stuck in the elevator and as and employee your hoping, your able to get your tenant or tenants out. The most enjoyable about this position is working as a team, and getting the job done together.
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Headquarters
New York New York, United States
Revenue
$2 Billion
Employees
5,001 to 10,000
Industry
Links
Cushman & Wakefield Inc website