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Anonymous shared this review of Jones Lang LaSalle, United States on Jan 27th, 2021
"Be prepared for office politics. Many employees use their influence to promote themselves and their personal agendas, rather than doing what's best for their team or the company."
Anonymous shared this review of Jones Lang LaSalle, United States on Oct 23rd, 2020
"This is a great company for women to work and excel. It is very inclusive and diversified, and looks out for you."
Anonymous shared this review of Jones Lang LaSalle, United States on Apr 1st, 2020
"Speak up. Stay authentic. Be an advocate for yourself and others. "
Anonymous shared this review of Jones Lang LaSalle, United States on Jan 15th, 2020
"There are many advocacy groups you can join to stay connected to the culture. Many of the high level managers are typical of corporate America and dont see value in you if you need a flexible schedule or accomodations"
Anonymous shared this review of Jones Lang LaSalle, United States on Dec 13th, 2019
"Make yourself known and do not be afraid to speak up."
Anonymous shared this review of Jones Lang LaSalle on Jul 30th, 2018
"Until you get to Regional or above, it's very unequal and hard work. "
Anonymous shared this review of Jones Lang LaSalle on Mar 9th, 2018
"The women are worse than the men in this company. Which is so sad! I truly believe that women should build one another up instead of keeping one another down. "
Anonymous shared this review of Jones Lang LaSalle on Aug 11th, 2017
"Do you research before you decide to work here. Due diligence is key."
Anonymous shared this review of Jones Lang LaSalle on Jul 22nd, 2017
"This company offers a ton of growth for women, and I do think that they treat men and women equally. They also value women-owned vendors and companies, and strive to partner with them. "
Anonymous shared this review of Jones Lang LaSalle on May 6th, 2017
"Go in with your eyes wide open and realize that men will always get paid more, get more promotions, get more of everything. It is very much an old boys club. I have had upper level management promise me raises which never come through, and 2 promotions which never came through. "
Anonymous shared this review of Jones Lang LaSalle on May 3rd, 2017
"If you want more than 2 weeks paid maternity leave, go elsewhere"
Anonymous shared this review of Jones Lang LaSalle on Mar 24th, 2017
"I feel like there are good opportunities for women in this company. I do think that our leave policies should be restructured."
Anonymous shared this review of Jones Lang LaSalle on May 9th, 2016
"JLL is a good place to work for many reasons, regardless of gender. They're a front runner in their industry and in techology. They are experiencing growing pains as they become more governance focused."
"The company is pretty equally fair when it comes to men vs. women, although their maternity leave policy is lacking, providing only two weeks of paid leave."
"It's generally a great place to work. Flexibility is however, at times, balanced with unrealistic expectations. If you want to paint a picture, chart out revenue v employee growth. Mid level women may not get recognized for similar achievements of male peers. And Inequality in pay seems fairly obvious"
"I think JLL tries, on a whole, to be fair and provide support for women. The benefits are excellent and they provide much training through their JLL University. However, each account is run separate of each other with very little opportunity for interaction with employees on other accounts. It is difficult to find out about promotion opportunities as most of the upper level positions are never posted on the internal job board. It is imperative to find a mentor who can advise and assist you through the system."
"I believe you should research pay ranges for your position and aim high when you initially get hired. Having difficult time now after 6+years to get where I should be in the market."
"I am not sure where I am at reflects the views of the entire organization, but I do not have the right parts to be successful in my current position."
"There seems to be an even mix of men and women, and the company seems fair in treatment and selection of men and women overall (hiring practices, treatment in work environment/conversationally, etc). However, the policies (paid time off, raises and bonuses) put women at a disadvantage. There is still very much an old boys club mentality. You are expected to arrive at precisely the same time on the dot each day (if you need to come in an hour late or leave a half hour early to go to the doctor or because schools are delayed or the roads are closed because of bad snow, you need to take a half day of your small amount of alotted pto), you are judged based on the number of hours and volume of extra assignments you volunteer for rather than quality of work and value added. For a company that harps on the importance of ethics, raises and advancement also seem to be most heavily tied to who you know/who you're friends with outside of the office."
"Definitely women in leadership roles and throughout the company, but it is still an old boys network, no matter how much they push diversity and inclusion."
"Every office is different, but after having worked on both coasts for this company, I'm extremely impressed by the atmosphere and friendliness between departments, even given the extremely competitive nature of commercial real estate. I have worked for a competitor as well and the training/support/networking/career development/management aspects were dismal compared to what you get at JLL."