JLL is committed to a corporate culture that embraces and promotes strong principles of business and professional ethics at every level.
Ethical practices are inherent in our values, mission and strategy, and must guide all of our interactions with clients, customers, vendors and employees.
Our Board of Directors and senior management take these responsibilities seriously, both for themselves and the rest of the organization.
Code of Business Ethics (English and other languages)
To make a report in any major language:
Employees who report a possible violation of our Code in good faith or ask questions about our Code will not be subject to retaliation for doing so. Retaliation, retribution or harassment against any employee who in good faith asks any questions or raises any concerns regarding our Code is strictly prohibited.
From 2008 to 2018, JLL has been named to the Ethisphere Institute's
World’s Most Ethical Companies list, which recognises companies for their commitment to ethical business practices that are linked to performance and profitability. The list is comprised of 100 companies in more than 100 countries and 36 industries, which were selected from a record number of nominations from thousands of companies.
JLL expects that each of its vendors, meaning any firm or individual providing a product or service to JLL or indirectly to our clients as a contractor or subcontractor, will share and embrace the letter and spirit of our commitment to integrity. While vendors are independent entities, their business practices may significantly reflect upon us, our reputation and our brand. Accordingly, we expect all vendors to adhere to the JLL Vendor Code of Conduct, which may be found at the link below. Reports of possible violations of our Vendor Code of Conduct may be made to our global Ethics Hotline.
Vendor Code of Conduct (English and other languages)
Vendor and supplier due diligence