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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.

 
 

Goldman Sachs has taken on a progressive tone over the last few months since its new CEO David Solomon took the reins. One of his first edicts was to relax its dress code, allowing bankers to swap...

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New York and other high income tax states are scampering to find new sources of revenue on the heels of the federal tax reform act that eliminated tax deductions for state and local income taxes. The...

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When companies hire new employees, each has its own methodology for assessing the potential of candidates, both new hires and internal promotions. A recent survey published by the Wall Street Journal,...

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I read an interesting article about how US retirees are becoming expats to secure a significantly lower cost of living, including healthcare, without compromising the quality of service. The Wall...

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Last fall I attended a high school reunion, but before the event I dusted-off our yearbook to do a refresh on my classmates as it has been years (I’ll never tell how many) since I saw many of them...

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Last week the Wall Street Journal published a sober column focusing on long-tenured company executives who are finding that they have a hard time “jumping-ship” to pursue the lure of something...

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Technology continues to advance at warp speed, disrupting every industry. Even such juggernauts as Amazon, Microsoft, Google and Apple are wrestling the impact of disruptive impact on their business...

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After well over a year of evaluating 200 bids for Amazon’s new headquarters, and after much intrigue and hoopla the company zeroed-in on a split headquarters between Crystal City in Washington DC,...

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When the President signed into law the new tax reform act at the end of 2017, the elimination of the state and local tax deduction set in motion what was likely to be an exodus from the high-tax...

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One of the most stressful time for high school students and their parents is deciding what colleges to apply to and navigating the application process itself. Aside from the process that one can...

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