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What would you suggest CBRE management do to prevent others from leaving?

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Dont lie to your employees about everything and dont hire people that put u down and scream and holler in your face. Next time it happens i will file harrassment charges

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Work on work life balance in the accounting division. Focus more on reporting accuracy than pumping out reports. Have better training on cbre forms and processes across all markets as to not have so many back and forth between field staff and coordinators.

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Bring back work-from-home policy for IT personnel (probably only applies to Dallas office).

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Get rid of incompetent managers

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Get rid of their micro managing managers and hire people who actually know the job

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Actually tell them what their duties will be. Give them an actual in person interview.....and when you fire them 3 years later...for no cause...they WILL get unemployment benefits in Iowa...I did....

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I would strongly suggest upper managment start listening to line staff from FM up the company seems to put on a great front yet they will not support the boots on the grounds needs

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Hire qualified managers/supervisors

Answered - (CBRE) (Chief Engineer) (Former Employee) - Houston, TX

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Let project managers work remotely. Too much emphasis is made on being in the office for appearances sake.

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Don't discriminate, and be less arrogant.

Answered - Assistant Chief Engineer (Former Employee) - Arlington, VA

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