“As the workplace in general evolves, technology, data and an increased focus on collaboration are changing the way people want to work and how companies engage with their employees and clients,” said Guy Grainger, CEO, EMEA, JLL. “Being recognised by LinkedIn’s members in this ranking highlights that embracing these influences helps us to continue to attract top talent, and contributes to cultivating a motivated, inclusive and passionate environment that benefits our staff and our clients.”
“We are committed to a culture of excellence, ethics and teamwork where our employees can thrive and contribute to their clients’ success,” added Trish Maxson, Chief Human Resources Officer, JLL. “Recognition by LinkedIn’s members as one of the top companies in the world where people want to work and grow their careers validates our belief that JLL is a great company to work for.”

Clients and third-party organisations continue to recognise JLL for its ethics, corporate citizenship and commitment to being an employer of choice across the world. Some of the recent awards JLL has received include:
•    A “World’s Most Ethical Company” by Ethisphere (ninth consecutive year)
•    Forbes – America’s Best Employers list
•    CR Magazine – 100 Best  Corporate Citizens