I applied through an employee referral and the process took 5 days - interviewed at Jones Lang LaSalle in June 2013.
Interview Details – Each interview (3rd position) was a pleasant exchange on information. They wanted to see if I was a good fit for the job and client culture. I wanted to know if the position offered the personal and professional development opportunities that I desired.
Interview Question – When asked to describe a challenge I faced at work which resulted in an unfavorable outcome. View Answer
Negotiation Details – none needed- salary and benefits were always above market
Very Easy Interview
I applied through a recruiter and the process took 2 days - interviewed at Jones Lang LaSalle in October 2011.
Interview Details – In a word: Smooth. Professional recruiter with good questions followed by solid interview with direct manager. Reviewed my resume, discussed the important points and have a great day.
Interview Question – Any familiarity with Six Sigma or LEEDs? View Answer
Negotiation Details – What negotiation?
I applied in-person and the process took 4+ weeks - interviewed at Jones Lang LaSalle.
Interview Details – It is very professional when you are the interviewed. It apparently looks like they are taking a good time to evaluate options in the market. They make you go through at least 4 stages and they even mix one-on-one meeetings and phone calls. Nevertheless, if you are already an insider (JLL employee) and you are looking for HR support, well they take very long to cover the requested positions, sometimes there are internal problems and they can't help you.
Interview Question – How long do you think this position shoud last? View Answer
Negotiation Details – They don't negociate prices.
The process took a day - interviewed at Jones Lang LaSalle in April 2011.
Interview Details –
The initial stage involved a PPT by the JLL team which was adequate. However, the three team members kept repeating that they were way ahead of the competition which seemed pretty arrogant.
The interview was 1 on 1 which was OK. Most questions were behavioural fit questions as well as some questions to assess skills and experience.
The post interview process was very unprofessional. I was told that I had been identified for a particular role for which I would be called for further interviews. However, no calls came. The compensation package offered to those who had been selected was way below industry standards for a company which claims to be a global leader in its field. On request for reconsideration, they came back with cosmetic changes which was not acceptable. None of the 7 candidates selected accepted the offers.
The conduct of the HR rep was found to be quite unprofessional by all candidates. The impression that one got was that they were trying to squeeze the compensation packages as much as possible, and the company was not interested in retention of employees. A use and throw policy.
Overall, an avoidable company as the interests of their employees seems way down in thier list of priorities.
Interview Question – What would you do if you had a client who was not as smart and intelligent as you, but was trying to force their way on an issue which seemed unreasonable. View Answer
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