In celebration of #WomensHistoryMonth, JLL leadership is making commitments to female advancement and gender parity. See Chief Human Resources Officer Mary Bilbrey’s pledge below.
As we move through #WomensHistoryMonth, we're pleased to receive this award for the fourth consecutive year:
For the 12th consecutive year, we’ve been named one of the 2019 World’s Most Ethical Companies by the Ethisphere Institute. We’re honored to be recognized for our commitment to driving positive change and fostering ethical corporate culture.
Crain's named our Chicago trio of Meredith O'Connor, Nooshin Felsenthal and Melissa Rubenstein to its list of notable women in the industry.
A focus on wellness in the office has paved the way for innovations in light aimed at improving worker health and productivity.
"We live in a world in flux, and the unprecedented pace of change is unsettling. Nevertheless, while political and business leaders must be realistic and honest about the impacts of these changes, I believe our societies as a whole have a lot to be optimistic about.” Read JLL CEO Christian Ulbrich’s latest note from #Davos:
JLL is pleased to announce Mary Bilbrey’s promotion to Global Chief Human Resources Officer from her current role as Americas CHRO. See how Mary’s extensive HR expertise and experience will continue to enable JLL’s long-term success:
"The age of AI can be strongly beneficial for society, but we do need more focus on reimagining work, with more inspiration and less of the fear factor". Read JLL CEO Christian Ulbrich’s latest Note from Davos:
We're honored to be included on Fortune’s Most Admired Companies list again this year for our commitment to providing best-in-class services. Read more:
JLL succeeds through inclusion, which is why we’re pleased to be ranked in Forbes’ annual list of America’s Best Companies for Diversity. Find out why: