What information/data will I need to apply?
The complete nomination form, including all questions and word limits, is available for download here. Please note that this is for preparation purposes only. Final entries must be submitted online, via the Nominate Now webpage.
Who may apply?
Nominations are open to any organization whose primary business is in commercial real estate, as well as broader organizations with commercial real estate divisions.
Is there a fee to apply?
No. Submission to this, as well as all of our editorial content, is free.
Can I nominate a company for CRE’s Best Places to Work as a third party?
Yes. We accept third-party submissions, however, please note, submitters are required to collect internal information from company employees, including a company representative (such as the head of human resources or the head of operations), as well as a full-time, mid-level employee (such as supervisor, department manager or team lead).
Can I nominate a company that was previously chosen as one of CRE’s Best Places to Work?
To avoid redundancy, we try to vary the companies that we profile from year-to-year, however, you may submit a nomination for a previously selected Best Place to Work by including updated details and testimonies that do not mirror the previous year’s submission. View the 2022 CRE’s Best Places to Work, here.
Oops! I need to change something on my submission.
No problem! Click here to view or modify your entry.
How and when will the 2023 CRE’s Best Places to Work be notified of their selection?
Editorial staff will send email notifications to the chosen organizations and their submitters in early January. Due to the high volume of nominations that we receive, only those selected will be notified.
How will the 2023 CRE’s Best Places to Work be recognized?
The chosen companies will be profiled in the March/April 2023 issue of GlobeSt. Real Estate Forum, which will be distributed in early April. The CRE’s Best Places to Work of 2023 will additionally gain recognition on GlobeSt.com.
How do I increase my chances of being selected?
Be as descriptive, yet concise as possible. Sounds redundant, but it’s simple. Provide details on why you think your nominee should be chosen as a Best Place to Work, but leave out the fluff, like marketing content and self-congratulatory comments. Don’t hide the items of importance within pages of trivialities. Support your entry and statements with backup information—we love facts and figures.
What if I still have questions regarding my nomination?
Please contact Ingrid Tunberg with additional queries.