Compare Annaly Capital Management vs Retail Properties of America BETA

See how Retail Properties of America vs. Annaly Capital Management compare on employee ratings, job openings, CEO approval, business outlook and more.

Employee Ratings

Overall Rating
(full-time and part-time employees only)
(based on 14 reviews)
(based on 22 reviews)
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Compensation & Benefits
Work-life balance
Senior Management
Culture & Values
CEO Approval
Annaly Capital Management Ceo Kevin Keyes
62%Kevin Keyes
Retail Properties of America Ceo Steven P. Grimes
70%Steven P. Grimes
% Recommend to a friend
Positive Business Outlook


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Featured Review

Current Employee - Manager

I have been working at Annaly Capital Management full-time for more than a year


- Sophisticated firm that is transforming the mREIT industry - satisfying to be a part of - Relatively small staff size, so everyone counts. Exposure to all levels of management and staff and a... range of business areas and work projects - Leadership with vision - Talented, collaborative, accountable colleagues who all pitch in - Excellent benefits - health care, subsidized lunch, generous maternity/paternity leave, emergency child care etc


As you woud expect in finance, you're expected to work hard and perform at a high level at all times

Advice to Management

Continue the various programs to support and develop staff. It's appreciated.

Current Employee - Property Manager

I have been working at Retail Properties of America full-time for more than 10 years


Great people. The better your attitude the easier it is to get things done. The CEO and CFO aren’t hesitant to talk directly to the low man on the totem pole and provide direction, encouragement or... seek answers to issues as the situation warrants. The department heads usually pick up the phone and are happy to assist. My direct supervisor has always expressed appreciation for the job I do and I have always felt that this was a sincere statement.


I’ve enjoyed quite a bit of anonymity in my position. However, that seems to vary from office to office. Some people express feeling micromanaged by their supervisors and express discontent when... they are held accountable for actions they were instructed to take. I believe a consistency in this regard would allow employees to feel a sense of ownership in what they do and prevent people from passing the buck and finger pointing. Teamwork needs to be all encompassing. Not satellite offices versus corporate or Leasing versus Property Management.

Advice to Management

No system, hardware or SOP changes during budget season. Seriously throws us off our game. I would also suggest moving away from the current goal system as a standard of measurement for employee... compensation. Or if you are to continue, the goals should be scrubbed for feasibility. An employee trying to accommodate a goal only to be told by another department that the goal is unachievable creates frustration and sometimes resentment. Otherwise I have enjoyed every moment spent with RPAI.

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