DEI

DEI

REMI Network

Employees say DEI efforts from leaders are critical

Employees who took part in a new global survey say that having a diverse, equitable, and inclusive (DEI) workplace is important to them.
DEI progress harder to see in 2023 survey

Canadian Property Management

DEI progress harder to see in 2023 survey

A jump in participation makes progress harder to see in findings from the third global survey of diversity, equity and inclusion initiatives in the commercial real estate sector.
Latinx real estate professionals to gather

REMI Network

Latinx real estate professionals to gather

Latinx real estate professionals can discuss career perspectives at an inaugural half-day forum sponsored by NAREIM, the U.S. National Association of Real Estate Investment Managers.
More prominent sponsors join CRE's global DEI survey

Canadian Property Management

Prominent sponsors join CRE’s global DEI survey

An expanded list of industry associations has signed on for the 2023 global survey of diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) in commercial real estate, more than doubling the slate of sponsors from two years ago.
inclusion

Canadian Facility Management & Design

Driving inclusion among FM teams

Facility management departments need to be nimble and responsive to the rising emphasis on diversity and inclusion.
IFMA

REMI Network

Black Real Estate Roundtable meets in Atlanta

Delegates to NAREIM’s second annual Black Real Estate Roundtable, representing more than 40 major U.S. investment management firms, discussed career experiences and strategies.
DEI effort targets CRE procurement channels

Canadian Facility Management & Design

DEI pilot targets CRE procurement channels

Seven prominent industry associations have formed the Commercial Real Estate Diverse Supplier (CREDS) Consortium to build connections with more minority- and women-owned businesses.
CRE's professional profile hinges on retention

Canadian Property Management

CRE’s professional profile hinges on retention

An uptick in women and people of colour in the junior and mid-level ranks of commercial real estate belies the leakage of underrepresented groups higher on the career ladder.