Chief Engineer (Former Employee), Chantilly, VA – February 6, 2013
This company has proven to be of low standards when applied to the managers on staff. They promis the world and deliver little. I was exposed to desceptive business and hiring practices. They currently are loosing market share at a rate that can not sustain their current employment levels.
The company has buried itself in audit processes that are counter – more... productive to staff or client relationship growth.
I would not cosider employment with them, I would run away as fast as you can. Working for them or even listening to them was the biggest mistake I have made in my career. – less
Truth comes out for JLL moblie engineers. they are not Service techs but go here ,, there Trash men .
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engineer (Former Employee), Las Vegas, NV – March 25, 2014
jll is a good company but they need better managers screened and chief engineers need to be screened much more,they let the managers who are not good hire staff and in turn get bad chief engineers as well, management is the problem but jll is a great company...
Assistant Facilities Manager (Current Employee), Atlanta, GA – March 22, 2014
Pros: advancement opportunites and great benefits
Cons: some travel
JLL has teamwork and cameraderie that is beyond reproach. There are many advancement opportunities and training development programs to help you succeed at JLL. Compensation and Benefits are among the best in their class, very competitive.
Lead Service Technician (Former Employee), Broomfield, CO – March 19, 2014
Pros: hands on work
Cons: very political
I worked for the company at a pharmaceutical plant as a Lead Tech and filled in for the Chief Engineer twice (the company fired one, the other got smart and left) the customer liked my work, lots of KUDO's.
Very enjoyable company to workf for. Promotions and raises determined by productivity not favortism. Minimal to no supervision. Have good work ethic.
Mobile HVAC Technician / Mobile Facilities Manager (Current Employee), North Carolina - Eastern Carolina Service Area – March 17, 2014
Pros: take home company vehicle, good benefits and room for career growth
Cons: some communication break down from being so large.
As a Mobile Technician you are entrusted to provide the best possible services to your customer base. You must be a proactive worker and self motivated. Minimal to no supervision. I feel this is an excellent company to work for. Lots of room for upward career growth.
JLL is a leader in the facilities management sector. Very large and professional company. – more... E-Verify company. – less
Financial Analyst (Former Employee), Brazil – March 13, 2014
Pros: excellent company
Cons: few training
Have three years of experience in this company that I grew professionally and also as a human being. They gave me a lot of growth opportunity and I grabbed all and dedicated myself a lot. Just get out of it to be able to conquer my dream to come to Ireland.
Research Analyst (Former Employee), China – March 12, 2014
Pros: high-end work space, good people
Overall a very good company, and well managed. Keep in mind that your department would be valued much unless it is directly related to Markets (leasing) or Capital Markets (investment sales). People in my office were very friendly and professional.
Operating Engineer Lead (Former Employee), Dallas,TX – March 7, 2014
Pros: good dental
Cons: propert managers like to put lipstick on everything, hires un qualified people.
Property manager wants a "yes" man. Everyone who works at this site always intimidated and bullied. They need to learn servant leadership and learn how to respect others beliefs and ideas. Would rather paint building instead of making it mechanically sound. Like being treated like a kid, work here.