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Taubman Overview

www.taubman.com
Bloomfield Hills, MI
501 to 1000 employees
1950
Company - Public (TCO)
Real Estate
$500 million to $1 billion (USD) per year
It’s love. Not work.

Taubman might be a real estate investment trust, but it’s so much more to its talented team. It’s a place where careers start, and last, for those who love retail, thrive on winning and want to push the ... Read more

Mission: Everyone contributes at Taubman. We truly value the ideas, experiences and skills of each and every employee. By recognizing each individual as unique, and by embracing the differences that define us, we all benefit. We may differ by nature, culture, skills or beliefs ... Read more

Taubman – Why Work For Us?


Taubman is the owner, manager and/or leaser of regional, super-regional and outlet shopping centers in the U.S. and Asia. Since our founding in 1950 by pioneering real estate developer A. Alfred Taubman, we’ve earned a reputation for creating extraordinary retail environments for shoppers, retailers, communities and investors.  

We’re headquartered in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan, and through our Taubman Asia subsidiary, headquartered in Hong Kong, we’re extending our expertise to booming markets in China and South Korea. 


Our portfolio of U.S. regional and super-regional malls, located in major markets from coast to coast, reported an average sales per square foot of $800 (December 31, 2015). Shares of Taubman Centers Inc. (NYSE:TCO), a Real Estate Investment Trust, have been trading on the New York Stock Exchange since 1992. 

The Taubman Difference

There are many reasons Taubman malls have set the industry standard for design and productivity for more than six decades.

It all starts with our organization’s intense focus on planning and our history of innovation. Many of the design features we pioneered are now incorporated into the best shopping destinations around the world. Retail real estate development is in our DNA, and we know how to create, from the ground up, environments that attract shoppers, delight retailers and reward investors.

We think like retailers, merchandising and managing our properties to maximize and sustain their sales potential within the markets they serve.

It's been said you can measure a company's success by how people feel about coming to work each day. Ideally, it's a place where the culture is strong and positive, the work environment is nurturing and rewarding, and the company is committed to being the best. Taubman is such a place!

Everyone contributes at Taubman. We truly value the ideas, experiences and skills of each and every employee. By recognizing each individual as unique, and by embracing the differences that define us, we all benefit. We may differ by nature, culture, skills or beliefs – but each of us has a voice – and it's what makes Taubman such a dynamic company.

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    I worked at Taubman (More than 8 years)

    Pros

    Great company to work for. Excellent people, fun environment, challenging work

    Cons

    Limited opportunity to move up

    Advice to Management

    None. Keep up the good work

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Taubman Interviews

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    Application

    I applied through an employee referral. The process took 6+ months. I interviewed at Taubman (Bloomfield Hills, MI).

    Interview

    Long interview process. First a phone interview from HR. Online testing. Three interviews with department head and panel. HR would be discrete on the phone, but so many interviews almost made it not worth leaving the previous job. I was offered the job and accepted. During my employment, I realized that my interviews with the department head were deceiving and almost ruined my career.

    Interview Questions

    • There were a lot of psychological questions. For example, "How would you handle....?"   1 Answer

    Negotiation

    No negotiations. I was offered to "take it, or leave it".

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Taubman Awards & Accolades

  • Metropolitan Detroit's 101 Best & Brightest Companies To Work For, Metropolitan Detroit, 2015

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