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15 days ago

Administrative Assistant

Heitman Company Incorporated Chicago, IL

Company: Heitman Founded in 1966, Heitman LLC is a global real estate investment management firm with over $34 billion in assets. Heitman invests in… jobsradar.com

30+ days ago

Senior Equity Analyst

Heitman Chicago, IL

Developing in depth industry knowledge and relationships in your property sectors Providing detailed company and financial analysis of publicly… Ivy Exec

9 days ago

Portfolio Accountant

Heitman Chicago, IL

of a Portfolio Accountant, Investor Accounting include, but are not limited to: • Works under the direction of Senior Portfolio… Heitman

9 days ago

Associate, Investor Accounting

Heitman Chicago, IL

of an Associate, Investor Accounting include, but are not limited to: • Learn on-the-job accounting and/or financial reporting… Heitman

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Maury Tognarelli
10 Ratings
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    Good place to begin career but must have an exit strategy

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    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Chicago, IL
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Chicago, IL
    Neutral Outlook
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    I have been working at Heitman full-time (More than a year)


    1. Great experience with lots of deal flow on several property types 2. Good benefits: healthcare, free snacks, bonus holidays & holiday parties 3. Working alongside relatively intelligent professionals


    1. Compensation is a joke: if you are an entry level employee, you'll get paid the same across departments, whether you work an intense 80-hour week, or a 9-to-5. Management feels little, if any, responsibility or pressure to compete in the marketplace or recognize employees' performance. Incentive compensation, raises, and promotions are of little concern. 2. Forget about having much of a life if you work in an intensive department. Late nights and weekends may be a regular occurrence. 3. No training whatsoever. You show up and begin working. Great for making mistakes and learning from them, but how do you anticipate the things you don't know that are unique to the company's processes?

    Advice to Management

    Align incentives.

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