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Anonymous shared this review of Cushman & Wakefield, United States on Dec 2nd, 2020
"Understand the team you will be working with and their expectations. There are many wonderful opportunities throughout the organization. "
Anonymous shared this review of Cushman & Wakefield, United States on Sep 9th, 2020
"A lot of it depends on your teams and partner and I did not have any bad experiences about being a woman specifically or feel as though it was harder for me to succeed as a woman vs. a man. However, almost all the directors and partners in my office were male so it is harder to make networking connections in that regard. "
Anonymous shared this review of Cushman & Wakefield, United States on Jul 6th, 2020
"The company has a great atmosphere and takes care of their employees. "
Anonymous shared this review of Cushman & Wakefield, United States on Jun 13th, 2019
"Don't. It's an old boys club and racist. Lots and lots of white males with a few token women and minorities. There are quite a few white women but they are usually under 30 and hardly any get past a low manager position. "
Anonymous shared this review of Cushman & Wakefield on Mar 29th, 2019
"Be careful with this company. Work from home is fully supported, but the organization itself is completylu disorganized and the level of communication, job expectation and training is very poor. Lack of support can create a stressful, high anxiety culture, and no one wants to be under constant stress all the time. Also, the Business Development Team tends to be very backs tabby and full of gossip. If they don't like what color your blouse it, they will find a way to get rid of you. The organization doesn't support growth opportunities from within. Advancement is for their hired favorites."
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