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The Global Real Estate DEI Survey is the only corporate study of diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) management practices and data benchmarking in the commercial real estate industry. The Global Real Estate DEI Survey Volume III represents 296,902 full-time real estate employees, $1.98 trillion of assets under management, and a cross section of the commercial real estate industry in terms of size, region, and business classification. The Survey brings together participation from 216 unique organizations which provided 236 submissions detailing their DEI practices in North America (79.2% of respondents), Europe (11.9%) and Asia-Pacific (8.9%).

This is a summary report of high-level results providing a view of DEI metrics relating to:

  • DEI program structure, resources and ownership.
  • Policies focused on recruitment, retention, training and development, inclusivity, tracking and accountability, and pay equity.
  • Employee demographics by gender, race/ethnicity and nationality, across seniority and job function, as well as DEI hiring, promotion and departure trends year-over-year.

Read the full report to discover companies’ most impactful practices on DEI and how employee demographics play out across the industry in 2023.

Report Summary: The Global Real Estate DEI Survey is the only corporate study of diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) management practices and data benchmarking in the commercial real estate industry. The Global Real Estate DEI Survey Volume III represents 296,902 full-time real estate employees, $1.98 trillion of assets under management, and a cross section of the commercial real estate industry in terms of size, region, and business classification. The Survey brings together participation from 216 unique organizations which provided 236 submissions detailing their DEI practices in North America (79.2% of respondents), Europe (11.9%) and Asia-Pacific (8.9%).

This is a summary report of high-level results providing a view of DEI metrics relating to:

  • DEI program structure, resources and ownership.
  • Policies focused on recruitment, retention, training and development, inclusivity, tracking and accountability, and pay equity.
  • Employee demographics by gender, race/ethnicity and nationality, across seniority and job function, as well as DEI hiring, promotion and departure trends year-over-year.

Read the full report to discover companies’ most impactful practices on DEI and how employee demographics play out across the industry in 2023.

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