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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.

 
 

Over the weekend the TSA’s cover was blown by the Boston Globe when it reported that ordinary citizens are being followed onto flights and observed by armed undercover US Marshalls as part of the...

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Team play and collaboration are buzz words that have been the standard by which most companies have built their organizational strategy. In that spirit, Microsoft has totally rebuilt its office...

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You’ve probably heard rumblings about Amazon’s potential entrée into the prescription drug business for the better part of this past year. Yet the latest move by the e-commerce giant has turned...

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Underlying the dramatic changes on the national political front are seismic demographic shifts that will continue to impact not only the political scene, but also social and business issues. One of...

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With July 4th falling on Wednesday this year, many executives took off the entire week, or at least the two days before or after the holiday. However, in today’s world of the Internet, smart phones...

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When baby boomers were in their peak earning years, most looked forward to “The Golden Years” a time when they were supposed to retire and enjoy the fruits of their labors. Alas, Americans are...

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The Gig Economy is a business environment in which temporary positions are common and organizations contract with independent workers for short-term engagements. For years, economists and pundits have...

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For decades, the US has been the bastion of innovation and more recently, technological creativity that has fueled startup ventures. On closer examination, it’s interesting to find that a...

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Howard Schultz announced this week that he will be stepping down as the executive chairman of Starbucks, the company he founded in 1971 with one store in Seattle’s Pike Place, and now has more than...

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Our home offices are in the MetLife Building, the 50-year-old iconic skyscraper in New York City. The asset is managed in a first-class fashion by the premier real estate firm of Tishman Speyer...

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