CBRE Healthcare Recognized as a Great Place to Work in Healthcare

March 6, 2017

CBRE Healthcare is pleased to announce its recognition by Becker's Hospital Review as one of "150 Great Places to Work in Healthcare | 2017". The list recognizes organizations committed to fulfilling missions, creating outstanding cultures and offering competitive benefits to their employees.

The organizations included encourage professional development among their employees and promote tomorrow's leaders. Many organizations have implemented employee recognition programs, mentorship and offer competitive benefits. The organizations coordinate employee and family outings as well as volunteering opportunities and provide community support.
 
The "150 Great Places to Work in Healthcare" list features both healthcare provider organizations and other healthcare-specific companies.
 
The Becker's Hospital Review accepted nominations for this list and developed an editorial review process to include organizations that have gone above and beyond to make their hospitals, health systems and companies great places to work.

The full list can be read at Becker's Great Places to Work in Healthcare
For more infomration, visit  www.cbre.com.

 

 

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