27% of managers eye changes to carried interest allocations post-Covid
27% of managers could change carried interest allocation policies in the light of Covid – with the CEO expected to take the hit.
July, August are target return to office dates; 1 in 5 firms reveal up to 20% of employees want to stay home
26% of managers are earmarking July or August as the date for most employees to return to the office; with half of all managers saying WFH could remain for 1-2 days
Even with a vaccine, regular testing will be required – and employers will be key.
As NAREIM members tentatively eye a soft reopening and scaling up of their offices in September, CIC’s David Berlin spoke about the firm’s recently launched initiative – CIC Health – and efforts across the country to create community-wide testing assurance schemes, which pool access to viral testing and laboratory capacity for business, academic institutions and public services.
Barclay Fellows, welcome to the Class of 2019/20
NAREIM is delighted to announce the new class of Barclay Fellows and to introduce them to the NAREIM membership. The class of 2019-2020 is the strongest group of Fellows yet, selected from over 25 nominated candidates and 11 graduate programs.
Mandatory in-office attendance increasingly universal; most firms targeting 3-2 ratio post-Labor Day
Employees are largely mandated to return to the office, with 3 days in-office/2 days at home (3-2) the favored short-term strategy.
Chief data officers and analytics heads will become core functions for all REIMs
All organizations, regardless of size, should include a chief data officer or head of analytics to be competitive in the near future. Safeguarding proprietary data - for firms both large and small - will be imperative. With Ferguson Partners
Video: The How To of DEI
During the PERE America 2020 conference in November 2020, NAREIM CEO Zoe Hughes and Belay Investment partner Eliza Bailey discussed best practices on Diversity, Equity and Inclusion for real estate investment managers and how strategies, processes and policies can be enduring and lasting.
Not talking about race and gender today is like not talking about 9/11
Talent Mgt meeting 2020 key takeaways. Senior leaders need to engage in conversations about gender and racial equality today, because employees will see it as coming too late to wait six months or one year to speak up.
Diversity & Inclusion: An interview with Carnegie Corporation
Alisa Mall, the real estate head of Carnegie Corporation of New York, calls on managers to become “mentally, emotionally and financially committed to diversity” to create a culture that values diversity of thought to drive performance.
June is start of return to office for real estate investment managers
21% of managers earmark June as the date for most employees to return to the office, 26% look to July or August and third eye September for a majority return, says NAREIM Return to the Office survey.
Half of managers eye Summer-Fall return to office, and long-term flex work
While half of managers are earmarking a Summer-Fall return to office, almost all are preparing for flexible schedules with a quarter of firms saying 1 to 2 days per week could be work-from-home.
10 NAREIM Fellows to watch in 2021
NAREIM unveils the new class of Jeff Barclay Fellows, with 10 students selected by NAREIM’s Executive Officer committee in the strongest field ever submitted.
Safety is key for any return, and so is team mental health
The NAREIM Talent Management online roundtable discussed office return strategies, employee surveys and strategies around summer interns. As members prepare a phased return to the office, attendees said the key was to ensure people “felt safe”.
2019 NAREIM Resume Book
Download your copy of the 2019 NAREIM Resume Book containing more than 80 undergraduate and graduate students from Columbia, Cornell, Chicago, DePaul, Illinois, Indiana, Johns Hopkins, New York, North Carolina, Northwestern, Pennsylvania, Roosevelt,