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Vornado Realty Trust is a real estate investment trust formed in Maryland, with its primary office in New York City. The company invests in office buildings and street retail in Manhattan.

One employee shared her experienes,"Culture is cut throat, unwavering in its desire to meet profits, and doesn't really care about its people. I've seen new hires quit on their first day, others having full-on yelling arguments in the hallway, and other unprofessional instances only to see there are no consequences to your actions if you know someone high enough in the food chain. Human resources had ethical challenges as well as lack of benefits, bad work environment, and no employment empowerment."

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Former Employee - Finance says

"You should be fine as long as you're not in Washington DC Division. The manager is totally disrespectful and very abusive plus she has a few harassment cases reported to the HR... and they're not doing anything about it.."

Current Employee - Anonymous Employee says

"NO real bonus, limited increase in salary. Most everyone who works in a decent role got the job due to who they are married to or who is in their family. It is a very "Mad Men" type of workplace. Have seen coffee and lunch served by their "girls" , "secretaries" and "admins"."

Current Employee - Porter says

"Permanent position only for Albanians."

Current Employee - Anonymous Employee says

"low pay for a high earning company"

says

"Don't care much about their employees"

Current Employee - Anonymous Employee says

"makes goals and targets for employees to make a better place to work, but fails to follow through to completion due to new or conflicting goals or lack of commitment to original goal and or consistency in treating all employees the same or offering the same perks across all locations. depends on where you work if you get the same as the next person."

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"Not a very welcoming culture, at times quite ciique-y Agents were not approachable, seemed like they were the only important employees"

Leasing says

"not more training or room to grow."

Current Employee - Assistant Property Manager says

"The company doesn't really seem to have a grasp on technology or processes"

Former Employee - Senior Property Financial Analyst says

"Communication is an area that can be improved on in a major way. As well, departments work in silos, which can be very frustrating. Invariably, it often took a lot of time to get concrete information from other departments or associates. Many people just didn’t have the information or didn’t know whom to ask. This can be detrimental as some people specialize in blindly following standard operating procedures. Most in the real world can speak to the concept of acquiring critical thinking skills and being successful in that endeavor. Unfortunately, the organization is entrenched in operating in a particular fashion that requires a lot of leadership and muscle to unravel."

Minion (Former Employee) says

"Culture is cut throat, unwavering in its desire to meet profits, and doesn't really care about its people. I've seen new hires quit on their first day, others having full-on yelling arguments in the hallway, and other unprofessional instances only to see there are no consequences to your actions if you know someone high enough in the food chain."

BUILDING ENGINEER (Former Employee) says

"no room for advancement. poor management with ego issues. follow orders and do not offer advice or any other way to do a job. management wouldbemad"

Fire Safety Director/Security Team (Current Employee) says

"I take pride in my job and it’s always nice to see the smiling, sometimes relieved faces of those awaiting a package. For every happy customer who has a pleasant exchange with me and receives his items on time, there are three more people he tells. That’s three more people who will go on to tell their friends of their positive experiences with us and so on and so forth."

Former Employee (Former Employee) says

"Little chance for advancement or promotions. Not a good team environment. Poor management & supervisory skills. Little or no training at your position, sink or swim attitude.Nice bagel breakfast every other month."

Relief Receptionist (Former Employee) says

"I happened to get hired very quickly for a relief receptionist role. This company seemed ok, but the Administration department was cut throat and lots of back biting in the department. The office manager was rude and unwelcoming. The two other women I would have worked with should I have stayed long term spent their time trying to undermine and sabotage me as a new co-worker for petty issues. Had I been hired for any other department but that one I think it would have been a great job, unfortunately I did not see being promoted or advancing in that role.Beautiful offices, professional environment, catered lunches, decent paySabotaging co-workers, rude, mean office manager"

Utility mechanic (Former Employee) says

"The building was not too old.I had some of the best co worker a person could ask for.My work hours were very early which I like a lot.I was able to help others advance by training and they moved on to other companies.Free parkingNo advancement if you didnt know someone."

Paid-Internship (Former Employee) says

"The management was okay. However, human resources had ethical challenges as well as lack of benefits, bad work environment, and no employment empowerment."

Executive Administrative Assistant (Former Employee) says

"Administrative Assistant- Tax Depending on the group you support and the executives. My experience was a very hostile work environment due to poor management and no work structure. I enjoyed working along side the executive assistant and other VPs in different departments including the CFO & CAO. The pay is decent and they have good benefits.Good benefits normal work hoursNo structure the boss in the tax department lets Sr Admin run the show."

Assistant Project Manager (Former Employee) says

"The days were typical days and it worked out cause the job site was across the street from the office. It was a good learning experience. Their wasn't much of a workplace culture because everyone was to themselves.Friday lunchManagement"

janitor (Former Employee) says

"A typical day of work was repetitive and slow. Its all about keeping busy and staying productive. I learned that theres always something to do. The management was always looking for a way to keep the ball moving. in witch they end up selling the company and giving me a poor excuse for a settlement. The hardest part was being content with the benefits and pay. however the most enjoyable part was being employed with a great boss.schedules and nice bossbad pay with horrible management"

Senior purchasing agent and project manager (Former Employee) says

"Handled purchasing of materials and contractors for store maintenance and construction Supervised office staff in department"

Executive Assistant (Former Employee) says

"This company was not tech savvy and used old technology. People are friendly but very serious. This was a temporary assignment for me."

Payroll Clerk (Former Employee) says

"My time with Champion Mortgage was interesting. I developed a close relationship with my co-workers & helped each other out with tips on how to be successful with each call. Management always trained us on how to handle incoming calls & ways to ensure a good commission at the end of the month.Great management & co-worker, commissionFar from Home, Pay"

Superintendent (Current Employee) says

"Part Time role repairing apartments and doing turn overs for vacating units. Management always in good communication, quick to respond. Budgeting allows for all tools and items needed,"

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