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Fortune Names Transwestern in 2016 “100 Best Workplaces for Women” for 2nd Year

Denver, COTranswestern was included in Great Place to Work® and Fortune magazines’ “100 Best Workplaces for Women” for the second consecutive year. As the only third-party, full-service commercial real estate firm to be recognized, Transwestern was ranked 10 places higher than in 2015.

“It’s a tremendous honor to earn a second year of recognition for our continued focus on creating an empowering environment and supporting our female professionals,” said the firm’s President │ Americas Chip Clarke. “The number of women pursuing careers in commercial real estate continues to grow, and Transwestern’s culture of mentorship and advocacy for women in the workplace serves as a differentiator in the industry.”

Transwestern strongly believes that a diverse workforce cultivates a positive work environment and best equips its teams to deliver the right solutions to owners, users and investors of real estate. As such, the company recruits women across all businesses, for all job functions and at all levels, and promotes women’s professional development and career advancement throughout their tenure.

The winning companies were selected based on employees’ assessments of communications with management, options for development and training, and support for work/life balance. The ranking also takes into account how well-represented women are within the workforce overall and in management and executive positions. Employees at Best Workplaces for Women feel they have ample opportunities to grow and advance in their careers and the flexibility they want to balance their work and personal lives.

The Best Workplaces for Women ranking is part of a series of rankings by Great Place to Work and Fortune based upon employee survey feedback from Great Place to Work-Certified organizations.

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