What is the difference between a great employer and not so great? Simple, in times of need when there is a crisis, how do great companies respond? How did CBRE respond? Sulentic decided to lay off employees while other companies retained them. ... — read more
CBRE Group Inc. plans to lay off 193 employees from its downtown Dallas office starting in April, according to a letter the commercial real estate brokerage sent the Texas Workforce Commission earlier this... — read more
Will there be any CBRE Group Layoffs 2021? Any news or rumors?
It was passed down that many of the furloughed employees are being laid off as well. So sad!
CBRE = Worst Severance Package in all of Corporate America. Nuff said. Pink slips employees via the telephone or via video conference. Real class act.
Is it true severance is only one week per year and no other benefits? Also, if it is, is there a cap on years? It's really shameful that this company cares so little about its employees that they provide such a pathetic severance package. Now I'm... — read more
CBRE Trustworthy? Ask that question to all the people that have been laid off. If it were 6 to 12 months into the Virus situation, I could see making some cuts. But CBRE started laying people off in April of this year (2020). Their severance package... — read more
Letting people go left and right. Most are via online. Real classy Mr. Sulentic . Severance is lousy. Leadership "talks" about Respect, Integrity, Service, and Excellence. But, they certainly don't apply it when it comes to their employees.
What is on your mind - what should be done and what we've done good so far? Where is all of this going?
Anyone has facts? How many people work at the main office at Los Angeles?
What's your prediction as it relates to the possiblity of CBRE Group Layoffs 2020? Any news or rumors?
CBREclaims to have an advanced engineering environment. This is not accurate. Amazon expects miracles and flat out impossible automation tasks (due to equipment capability), local management offers no support to team on the ground. Attrition... — read more
Honestly, in my experience CBRE tries very hard not to do layoffs - I'm sure mainly because they're expensive and disruptive. But we are subject to the real estate cycle, which can swing big at times, so some layoffs are to be expected. Haven't heard... — read more
What is the likelihood of CBRE Group layoffs in Los Angeles in 2016? Please let me know if you have any information.