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Great benefits. Health and 401k above average.
Below average pay. Long hours. They were implementing a new system which made it additionally difficult. I haven't been there since they were bought by DTZ.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
Helpful (1)Declined OfferNeutral ExperienceEasy Interview
I applied through an employee referral. The process took 2 weeks – interviewed at Cassidy Turley (San Jose, CA) in March 2015.
Phone screen was fine. 1st interview was just a meet and greet, general fit sort of thing. Then back for the 2nd one - Unorganized, no one I was interviewing with knew I was even coming that morning - they passed me around for 4 and a half hours, then I was to meet the Sr. person. No lunch, no bathroom break. I went into their office and that was interrupted by a phone call. I found them to be one of the only decent people there. I later found out their upper Mgmt wear masks. The phone contact was Sweet As PIE while trying to get me on board - but when I declined their pathetic offer that they wouldn't BUDGE on, she turned sour.
- Mostly was general fit. I felt like I was the one in charge... 1 Answer
Reasons for Declining
They are unwilling to negotiate. Not even a 'may I ask why?' when I told them I was not going to be able to accept their offer. It was like I'd called her mother a streetwalker. They expect you to be professional and pleasant - but it's a do as I say, not as I do. The merger between the companies is going to make their employee's lives miserable - it's plain to see. They are all about bottom line nickel and dime issues from what I could see. Low Salary, perqs not in line with Silicon Valley and moral in he office was like everyone was afraid to speak. Glad I ran when I did. Might be a good place to get your foot in the door, but be careful they don't try to slam it on you.
Cassidy Turley can find you a cube farm or a highly sought-after corner office. The commercial real estate firm offers brokerage services; property management; project leasing, management, and development services; and tenant representation to property owners, investors, and occupiers. Cassidy Turley also trades in real estate securities (known as capital markets). The firm operates through a network of about 45 offices in 17 states and offers its services in the UK through a partnership with GVA Grimley. Altogether it manages more than 425 million sq. ft. of office space ...