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Employer Brief

The Employer Brief is a bi-weekly National news offering which will help the Commercial Real Estate Industry acquire and retain the best talent to run their business. Those hiring rely upon this brief as the best way to stay updated on the industries offerings. This Brief is published every other week and provides open rates (and click-through-rates) not available anywhere else in Commercial Real Estate.

 
 

Employers who have not tweaked their Job Posting for 2020 are missing qualified talent. In 2020, candidates expect to see a compensation range. Our talent knows how to negotiate so you won't miss...

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Over the last few years the commercial office market has garnered its fair share of the news led by the high-flying WeWork phenomena. What has not hit the front page until last weekend in the New York...

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Analysts and investors have been trumpeting the significant growth prospects for seniors housing with the aging baby boomer generation’s 72 million people born between 1946 and 1964. Developers and...

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Yesterday we celebrated Veterans Day, a time when we honor those who have served our country and reflect on the importance of our armed forces, especially in times like today when the geopolitical...

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Technology is advancing at warp speed on so many fronts. For example, the Apollo 11 computer had a processor which ran at 0.043 MHz. The latest iPhone’s processor is estimated to run at about 2490...

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More companies offer new fathers more paid time off to spend with their new baby and mom. The rub is that companies are having a hard time persuading dads to take advantage of the offer. The Wall...

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Applications for a number of elite business schools have been falling over the last five years, but this last year saw an even steeper rate of decline as the programs tried to attract international...

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I am an early riser and arrive in the office at about 6:00am because I like the quiet time. While preparing for the day I stream CNBC’s Squawk Box for up-to-the-second business news. Depending on...

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The big news of the week is the downward spiral of WeWork and its founder Adam Neumann. The biggest loser is SoftBank, which invested in the company based on a $47 billion valuation that looks today...

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