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30+ days ago

Property Manager, Retail

Washington Real Estate Rockville, MD

required of the Property Manager (PM). The PM’s involvement is not limited to this list and will expand as opportunity allows. The main… Glassdoor

15 days ago

Real Estate Analyst

Washington Real Estate Washington, DC

Washington Real Estate Investment Trust is currently seeking talented candidates to join the firm serving in an analyst role. This is an excellent… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Senior Chief Engineer, 1600 Wilson

Washington Real Estate Arlington, TX

Primary responsibility is to oversee the efficient operations and maintenance of all building systems, including the day-to-day training of the… Glassdoor

15 days ago

Lease Administrator

Washington Real Estate Rockville, MD

• Perform detailed commercial real estate lease abstracting of financial and non-financial lease clauses into the lease administration software… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Engineer I

Washington Real Estate Washington, DC

• Promote and contribute toward overall effort in maintaining a high standard in the operation and appearance of the building(s) and grounds as well… Glassdoor

30 days ago

Roving Retail Engineer, Bradlee Shopping Center

Washington Real Estate Alexandria

the Roving Engineer (RE) has for maintaining his/her properties. The RE’s involvement is not limited to this list and will expand as opportunity… Glassdoor

Washington Real Estate Reviews

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Paul T. McDermott
3 Ratings

    How many folks over 50 years of age are you going to let go?

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    None really. Got paid on time and had a fair amount of vacation Very old boy like.


    The last more than ten people let go have been over 50. Ceo is unapproachable. HR should be one director not two. Benefits good but health insurance ridiculously expensive. Stuffy atmosphere unlike when the former ceo was their. People scared about more layoffs.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Like someone said above, management should come clean and stop screwing with people's futures. Tell them now what you are doing and stop the games. You will find that people appreciate it when they are told the truth. Just stop it.

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    Disapproves of CEO