Cushman & Wakefield Careers and Employment
- CEOW. Brett White
- Company sizemore than 10,000
- Revenue£5bn to £10bn
- IndustryReal Estate
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Graduate Consultant / Consultant – Land, Development & Planning
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Contract in London, Greater London
on 11 June 2020
Great place to work.
Steady workflow. Close knit work teams. Great team network and support. Communication style used by management is effective and inclusive. Great management style and structure.
Contract / Training Manager in London
on 15 March 2020
Great place to work for
Good company, great location both in Paris and London, the office is modern, good salary. The employees are sharp and savvy. I would definitely recommend to a friend.
Corporate Receptionist in London
on 31 January 2020
Front of House Coordinator staff is horrendous
Manipulating, controlling, humiliating, low paid, near-slavery. Don't allow to leave the desk, clean shave essential even if grows out same day. Trying to be a 8-star hotel which is absolutely irrelevant to the business they are working in.
IT System Engineer in Bristol
on 29 January 2020
Is good is over
Not much to say, I was a contractor that after Brexit the whole IT group got replaced with a month notice. The gender gap was real. Just the team leader was friendly, the rest of the team wasn't really interested in being a team.
Roving in Gracechurch street
on 22 November 2019
Management a bit poor The receptionist has more power than a Security. Security does the job of the receptionist but the receptionist doesn’t do the security job and almost the same Salary. More hours of work for Security than the receptionist.
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