I worked at National Retail Properties as an internPros
Good internal office network, strong ability to succeed in the industry. The day-to-day level of work was manageable and there wasn't a lot of competitive pressure not frustrating blocks to communication. Everyone is friendly.Cons
top management is a bit disengaged and the project themselves could be a bit more planned out. I felt pretty underused and there could be a lot more coming from this company.Advice to ManagementAdvice
Try to give incentive to push the team forward at a faster pace by interacting more with the majority of employees.RecommendsPositive OutlookNo opinion of CEO
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For National Retail Properties, good things come in big boxes. The self-administered real estate investment trust (REIT) acquires, develops, and manages freestanding retail properties in heavily traveled commercial and residential areas. Its portfolio includes approximately 1,200 properties totaling nearly 13 million sq. ft. of leasable space in about 45 states, concentrated in the Southeast, the Midwest, and Texas. National Retail Properties also invests in mortgages and develops properties with the intention of selling them for a profit. Convenience stores make up around...