I've been working for JLL for a few years now, and I feel it's only fair to write both the cons and pros without biases.
First, the firm is huge and always looking for good talent, and many employees here blend in without a problem, but unfortunately, there’s a feeling amongst peers that express a different version of the portrayed picture.
In my experience, the culture of the firm is simple “delegate”. It may sound questionable, but it’s fact, management doesn’t seem to “question” or know how to say “no.” to demands from above no matter how extreme they may be, they will simply delegate, and I don’t mean your normal delegation with instructions which may include resources, But I mean forwarding the email to the next rank below to action.
Next; No transferable training, but you get a lot of online training which offers no rewards what-so-ever, you don’t feel actual progression other than the stress coursed by the unnecessary interruption to your real work.
I believe in most cases, the individuals who do the actual work end up with nothing much, and the leading others take all the glory, pay rises and bonuses. but also think, this happens due to lack of transparency in terms of Good HR and also Lack of dedicated “Training Managers”, I mean as a department since this enables discovery of the talent within, not forgetting hindrance from management that controls talented employees.
Diversity, Good employee benefits, Good profile as firm, Job security
Luck of transferable training for all, Poor management, Poor HR, Poor recognition for talent within.