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I worked at Cassidy Turley full-time (More than 10 years)
Employees have a ownership of broad responsibilities. Investment in growth of stable fee service lines such as property management and corporate services. Successful platform to support and grow junior brokers while also implementing competitive incentives to attract senior talent. Generally hire good candidates and hold employees accountable.
Leadership quality varies greatly by market, both in business acumen, humility, respect, and integrity. Long term retention difficult due to challenging workloads. Incentives for many salary or partial-salary-partial-commission positions are not aligned with value creation. Culture continues to shift since transition from original CEO, Mark Burkhart.
Advice to Management
The quality of leadership in even some preexisting markets slipped greatly as resources were spread to focus on the initial Cassidy Turley geographic expansion. Standardization to support a growing company has decreased the agility of associates to support varied clients. I voluntarily left as a VP for a position of lower title, much higher pay, more flexibility, slightly better medical and retirement benefits, and culturally more consistent, respectful, and with admirable integrity. Although the "location" below is identified as St. Louis, I worked in different markets through my career with Colliers Turley Martin Tucker / Cassidy Turley / DTZ, and have worked with various markets and senior leaders.