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Fair management, no formal training before placed on an account, fair support, limited decision making and excessive reports. Good medical and dental benefits, matching 401k and reasonable PTO. Annual evaluations do not reflect the effort you put in to get the job done, and bonuses are dictated by management who are not in the day to day interaction with people you interact with to get the job done therefore it’s not fair how that determination is made
CBRE it's a money-making driven company where they don't care at all about their employees. I've been working for two years in CBRE, after working 15 years on big multinational companies and I can tell that CBRE is the worst company I've ever worked for. Management in CBRE is poor and they are not concerned about their employees. HR is practically non-existent and they are only there to find ways to not increase your salary or not to help you with your career progression. I never saw so many people unsatisfied, hating to work for a company, like the people in CBRE. Everybody around you is depressed, burned out, lacking on energy, and just hating their job. Don't work in CBRE, it's a bully company with horrible leadership and non-existent HR.
A salary to pay bills
CBRE as a whole, treated employees with respect and professionalism. They were very organized - I learned on my first day.
CBRE really makes you feel valued. They make sure that on your first day of employment you have everything you will need: computer, cell phone, credit card, travel profile, business cards, client profiles, sufficient staff. I really enjoyed my job as a Project Manager. There was a great assembly of diversity. it is so important for a Project Manager to have a positive and respected company reputation to present to the public.
Great company, benefits, reputation.
I had an hour and a half commute to work each day.
All levels of leadership are focused on customer satisfaction, are on top of their game and provide opportunities to grow and make a difference. Compensation and fringe benefits are great!
Typical 40 hour Monday-Friday work week. Lots of skype meetings and safety briefings as much of the work managed is in industrial plants. Benefits and pay are good.
There's a great camaraderie among coworkers - the feeling of being "in the trenches" together. That said, management does not seem capable of understanding the workload or how to allot staff appropriately. For this reason, the relationship between CBRE and their client (Google) is strained. While working onsite at Google offers most of the benefits of being a Googler (Google bus, free meals, gym use), CBRE's company culture suffers. There is very little work-life balance, no recognition or rewards for the grueling hours and insurmountable workload, and the compensation is not competitive.
Google benefits, great coworkers
long hours, no work life balance, no recognition or rewards
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