Corporate Policies and Statements
JLL publishes its 2022 TCFD (Taskforce on Climate-Related Financial Disclosures) Report, a quantitative assessment of the climate opportunities and risks to its business.
At JLL, we promote a safe speak-up culture. This policy sets out global standards for reporting and investigating reports, and ensures effective protection from retaliation.
JLL will not tolerate human rights violations of any kind. This policy sets out JLL’s Human Rights Commitment.
This document sets out JLL’s anti-corruption compliance program, applicable to all of our businesses, wherever we do business.
This Global Sustainable Sourcing & Procurement Policy sets out how we expect suppliers to contribute to Building a Better Tomorrow.
In this year’s annual report find out how we are helping our clients achieve their ambitions.
Our commitment to the Modern Slavery Act extends across all of our operations.
We empower our people and stakeholders to put safety first and make our workplaces safer. Find out more in our Global Sustainability report.
Our clients rely on us to keep their own real estate functioning properly.
View our plan for recovery of the firm’s computing environment in the event of a significant incident.
We provide a network of thousands of qualified service providers, suppliers, and contractors for the benefit of our clients.
Our Code of Ethics contains the rules for conducting business that everyone who represents our firm must understand and follow.
We expect all vendors to adhere to our Vendor Code of Conduct.
This policy sets out our commitment to the safety and wellness of our people. We strive to promote safe and healthy workplaces, and to continually improve our health and safety culture.
This policy describes our policy and practices to delivering a positive impact on the environment.