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Whitestone REIT Overview

Houston, TX
51 to 200 employees
Unknown
Company - Public (WSR)
Real Estate
$50 to $100 million (USD) per year
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Whitestone REIT is out to make a name for itself in real estate. The self-managed real estate investment trust owns and operates more than 70 retail, office, and warehouse properties in Texas, Illinois, and Arizona. Whitestone focuses on what it calls community centered ... Read more

Whitestone REIT Reviews

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    I have been working at Whitestone REIT full-time

    Pros

    You can pretty much do whatever you want, because there are no standards no one is held accountable so it is pretty hard to get fired. Just show up and you are doing better than most.

    Cons

    Same as the Pro, if you are an over-achiever then you will sucked dry while you compensate for those around you.

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Whitestone REIT Interviews

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    Application

    I applied in-person. The process took 3+ months. I interviewed at Whitestone REIT in May 2017.

    Interview

    I had an initial interview with the hiring managers that went really well and then they wanted me to meet with the executives. I had the second interview with those executives about a week later and again it went well so they decided they wanted to make an offer. I completed the background check and drug screening only to wait nearly 3 months for them to keep telling me the offer was being approved by the CEO-mind you I never actually received any sort of information about benefits or anything. They kept telling me it was being approved. Finally after not hearing anything for 6 weeks I was notified by HR that they had gotten ahead of themselves in the recruiting process and decided they did not have enough work to add an additional team member. I felt like the entire process was poorly handled and they should have evaluated their needs prior to making someone interview multiple times and go out of their way to complete a drug screening. It just seems like a waste of resources and time for both parties.

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