The Honor Roll, a national list recognizing employers for outstanding workplace practices and active community involvement that reflect employer engagement, celebrates U.S.-based organizations of all sizes in diverse industries. The 2019 Honor Roll includes privately held and publicly traded organizations as well as not-for-profit employers representing multiple industries and states
"CBRE's people are our differentiator and the reason for our client success," said Darcy Mackay, Chief People Officer at CBRE. "Finding top talent is one of our main strategic priorities, and we understand the importance of developing and engaging our employees once they join our team. We are proud to be recognized for this honor for the twelfth year."
Honor Roll employers are selected for their adherence to all 10 Characteristics
of socially responsible employers. Each consistently makes meaningful investments in its employees and in society through community service. Two key components of the selection process are a written application and employee survey results.
"As we look back over the past 17 years, much has changed, but what hasn't changed is the companies on this list are true examples of forward-moving companies," says Marci Koblenz, Co-founder and President, Companies That Care. "We believe employee engagement begins with engaged employers, such as CBRE. Our Honor Roll companies take into account the human toll, whether the humans are their employees, customers, or other stakeholders when making their business decisions. That practice has helped them grow and prosper."