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6 days ago

Manager, Tax

Westfield Los Angeles, CA

Last year approximately 425 million customer visits to Westfield Corporation shopping centers generated $17 billion in retail sales. Westfield… Glassdoor


4 days ago

GUEST SERVICE AMBASSADOR - Westfield Valley Fair

Westfield Santa Clara, CA

You are the primary point of personal contact for Customers who are seeking information, service, assistance and shopping & dining recommendations… Glassdoor


5 days ago

Sales Coordinator - Westfield Oakridge

Westfield San Jose, CA

Responsible for implementing and managing of all SP, Kiosk and PM common area leasing and activations and all audit compliance of the SP, Kiosk and… Glassdoor


7 days ago

Security Director

Westfield New York, NY

Last year approximately 425 million customer visits to Westfield Corporation shopping centers generated $17 billion in retail sales. Westfield… Glassdoor


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Westfield Co-Chief Executive Officers Peter S Lowy
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    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee  in  Los Angeles, CA
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Los Angeles, CA

    I worked at Westfield for more than a year

    Pros

    Sharp people, good exec leaders. Sharp marketing. Some people are prickly on outside (must be to protect themselves) and then turn out to the nicest people I've met, easy to work with, easy to communicate with. Move to new US HQ with open plan coupled with much turnover means opportunities for others.

    Cons

    Inadequate middle managers focused on politics don't understand priorities, stop progress and hamper their employees. Some dept heads are extremely political so merit doesn't matter at all. High turnover here as culture drives food people out. Involuntarily gets rid of dedicated worker bees instead of listening and training them on skills needed by the company. Lack of structured procedures and knowledge repositories makes pick up difficult.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Run employees of 5 years or more through "Another Dept for A Day" rotation so they can see what else is going on and facilitate their own growth. Clean up the middle managers. Really look at the turnover -- the transitions are not productive and increase company risk.

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