Trends In Talent

February 2015
Units;Feb2015, Vol. 39 Issue 2, p39
The article discusses the findings of the 2014 National Real Estate Compensation & Benefit Survey from the consulting firm CEL & Associates Inc. which examines the trends critical to boards, chief executive officers (CEOs) and top executives in the U.S. real estate industry. These trends include the base salary, cash compensation, and talent management. Also presented is a chart depicting the base salary and bonus of industry professionals


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