Property Manager (Former Employee), Chicago, IL – July 6, 2011
Pros: cannot feel secure with employment
Cons: advance only with relocation
Jones Lang LaSalle is a good company to work with, however, since they are an outsourced company; assignments may end without warning. Jones Lang LaSalle offers advancement and salary with relocation at least every 5 years.
TEMP. CREDIT CONTROLLER (REED ACCOUNTANCY) (Former Employee), Norwich, ENG – September 4, 2013
Pros: good pay rate
Cons: pressurised workload, chaotic systems and no training.
Chasing debts and overdue payments by letter, telephone and email. I learned that debt recovery is a hard, difficult and taxing job and has little if any rewards apart from beng salaried. Management seemed to be overloaded and floundering. Co-Workers took very little responsibility for their actions and were unhelpful to me as a new and inexperienced – more... Credit Controller. Hardest part of the job was working with no or very little background knowledge and little help from previous Credit Controllers. Most enjoyable part was going home. – less
All the given task complete in given time frame & budget.
Executive (Technical) (Current Employee), Noida, UP – August 25, 2013
a typical day at work -Make understand all the work to our junior. what you learned-Every day has new learning (Technical and Management). management-Learning Management skill. your co-workers-Very co-operative and supportive colleague the hardest part of the job-Client satisfaction. the most enjoyable part of the job- Assigning a task by my Supervisor.
Lead Engineer (Former Employee), Indianapolis, IN – June 26, 2013
We did service calls for the tenants in the building. Did preventive maintenance on the building equipmentto insure that it was working properly. The mamagement and engineering staff worked good as a team. Ordered parts and supplies needed to maintain the building. What I liked about working at the building was not sure what you may have happen when – more... you come in that day – less
Senior Project Manager (Former Employee), Nicholasville, KY – May 31, 2013
Pros: remote office
Cons: terminated without reason (jll used "will act") even when asked
JLL was a great company to work for because they allowed me to work remote (home office) and travel to the job sites as needed. This flexibility provided life balance which is needed working for a large company representing even larger clients. Benefits are top notch.
Brokerage Assistant (Current Employee), Atlanta, GA – May 28, 2013
• Generate detailed real estate documents requiring high levels of accuracy including, market surveys, tours, proposals, etc. • Serve as an information resource by conducting research, assembling data, and performing special projects • Compile and prepare the necessary information to meet with potential clients • Manage and update client/prospect databases • – more... Coordinate mass market emails and mailings • Invoice transactions, keep accurate WIP/Commission reports for brokers • Provide informational assistance to clients • Delegate cross-functional backup to administrative staff • Schedule appointments and coordinate travel arrangements • Maintain adequate office supply levels and troubleshoot office equipment problems – less
Operating Engineer (Current Employee), Miami, FL – May 24, 2013
Pros: they provide great support to the engineering staff
Working at this company has been a great experience. Productive and very safe work place. Great training for those how want to stay in the Property Management and Engineering fields .The organization is very organized and also provides great networking online and at events. Jones Lang also provides great service to owners of the property to ensure the – more... integrity the property being managed. – less
Associate Transaction Manager (Current Employee), Seattle, WA – May 22, 2013
Pros: a wise manager with a great sense or humor
Cons: hard to advance within department
~Positive and engaged work environment ~I've learned a great deal on managing time and high value projects ~Easy going coworkers ~difficulty getting approvals for property requests ~enjoying researching data for property information