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- Work/Life Balance
- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
- Comp & Benefits
- Senior Management
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Congenial environment with a diverse group of employees, which is a good thing. In terms of professional growth, there are opportunities to move into other groups or try other functions to find a better fit, but they are more difficult to negotiate than they used to be.
Senior management is sometimes clueless about the negative impact their decisions have on the ground. They need to place more trust in managers and employees, generally.
Advice to Management
Truly listen to your employees. Be transparent. When making decisions, don't just make them based on the bottom line or the short-term Wall Street metric. Take a longer term perspective into account, which may actually provide better value over the long term.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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I applied online – interviewed at General Growth Properties (Columbia, MO) in May 2015.
Had a really good hour long interview that included taking a tour of all the areas. Was also told that I was a great fit for their team and was scheduled to interview with the Mall Manager. That interview went well also. Long story short...I didn't get the job for some unknown reason...I'm thinking my AGE (51 1/2) is having a lot to do with it! I've been having the same results with every place I apply to.
- Mall manager....So...tell me more about this semester of Computer Hardware Installation & Troubleshooting that you took? Answer Question
General Growth Properties (GGP) has an idea for an economic stimulus plan: Let's all hang out at the mall! GGP is the country's #2 mall operator, behind Simon Property Group. A real estate investment trust (REIT), the company's portfolio includes more than 135 regional shopping malls (some 140 million sq. ft. of space) in major US markets. Some of its top tenants include Limited Brands, Abercrombie & Fitch, Macy's, and The Gap. GGP is going through a transformation after going through bankruptcy and the economic downturn, which impacted the ...