The U.S. economy has enjoyed a record expansion cycle, having eclipsed in 2018 the 1990-2000 prior record surge. So, as commercial real estate navigates a choppy top-of-the-cycle period, recruitment and retention continue to be foremost priorities for companies across the industry.
How are company leaders and boards attracting talent amid change?
Whether executed internally or externally by a search firm, recruiting is largely a marketing campaign where you must identify the strengths and selling points of your firm, the role, the team and the intangibles, and make certain those benefits are clearly and effectively articulated to prospective candidates.
In our work helping both large and small real estate firms, we’ve found the following key attributes are essential for attracting top tier candidates:
Charles Carillo is the founder and managing partner of Harborside Partners. He has invested in over $25 million worth of real estate, in several states, and has extensive knowledge in renovating and repositioning multifamily and commercial real estate. Charles holds a BS from the Connecticut State University.