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Being a Working Parent in Commercial Real Estate: It’s Not Child’s Play

As the next generation becomes parents, what they want from the work environment changes greatly – ping-pong tables matter far less than a flexible schedule.

Working mom Aliza Skolnik will discuss the changes she has experienced since having a baby during the panel “Harnessing the Superpowers of the Working CRE Mom (and Dad)” at the 2019 CoreNet Global Summit in Anaheim. Skolnik and others will highlight the sacrifices and challenges working parents face in the commercial real estate (CRE) industry, and they will explore how the sector is adapting to retain and engage top talent.

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