Current and former employees report that Cushman & Wakefield provides the following benefits. It may not be complete.
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“The best thing is that it is not that expensive. The worst thing is that it doesn't really cover much.”
“The best thing is the amount of PTO you get each year. The worst thing is that usually we have to work on holidays.”
“The best thing is that Fidelity is the administrator. The worst thing is the small match of 2.5%.”
Company provides access to good benefits.
CW offers a generous package.
Best: Offers courses for certificates Worst: Non-flexible, management lacks understanding.
Multiple options for heath insurance
The Real Estate Bowl
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Hello- I'm thinking of pivoting my career into commercial real estate. I don't have my real estate license since I'm still exploring my interests. I have always had a passion for real estate and design and think this may be an industry I'd enjoy. With that said, does anyone have any insights on what the Cushman & Wakefield Commercial Real Estate Sales Associate Program is like? Tasks, salary/hourly rate, benefits, etc. Any insights would be greatly appreciated. TIA.
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HSA is affordable and 401k matches
The benefits at this company are okay, average.
unlimited PTO after $100k. Depends on how you can or cannot use it based on staffing coverage
The Insurance was very affordable and covered a lot of different things. Lots of options
Great benefits starting maternity leave 5 months after joining company and got 3 months off fully paid.
The best thing is the PTO plan. you get a total of five weeks to start and then another week at 5 years and another week at 10 years. The worst thing is the 401k match at 2.5%.