Working at Jones Lang LaSalle

3.7
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  • Appreciation
    3.5
  • Company Outlook
    4.2
  • Fair Pay
    2.6
  • Learning and Development
    3.6
  • Manager Communication
    3.7
  • Manager Relationship
    4.1
  • Pay Policy
    2.7
  • Pay Transparency
    2.7
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Jones Lang LaSalle Reviews

What is it like working at Jones Lang LaSalle?

August 2015
"Great Company."
Research Analyst:
Pros: I've very much enjoyed the atmosphere, the wide array of service lines they operate in, and the people. Definitely a great work/life balance. Good compensation.
Cons: Nothing bad to say about the company as of yet.
June 2016
"Jones Lang LaSalle do not value their employees."
Facility Manager:
Pros: There is really nothing I like about me job with this employeer.
Cons: I am under paid. The company would rather low ball you offers on promotions and hire outsiders at a higher rate then they are willing to give current employees.
January 2019
Executive Assistant:
Majority older, white men in positions of power. Young males with the same experience /education level as young females will often start out with a higher salary. Some of the more ethical people are working to correct this.
January 2019
"Comfortable."
Senior Building Surveyor in Dublin:
Pros: Freedom to work
Cons: There does not seem to be any scope for promotion
February 2019
"It's ok, no great shakes."
Customer Service Coordinator in Lincolnshire:
Pros: the location and the pay
Cons: lack of incentive, opportunity, development, coaching, training, plus there's little to no collaboration and a bunch of nonsense and poor behavior is tolerated and/or ignored - so unprofessional
February 2019
"Good culture."
Senior Project Manager, Construction in Chicago:
Pros: Freedom to do my job without micro-managers
Cons: I 'feel' like certain places are understaffed
February 2019
"Good culture that encourages professional development."
Senior Project Manager, Construction in Chicago:
Pros: Ability to mentor others
Cons: some departments are not fully staffed
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