Supply Chain ManagementThe materials on this site describe the measures JLL has implemented to comply with global legislation in support of our vendor, client, tenant, and landlord due diligence commitment.
View our presentation on Vendor and Supplier Due Diligence.
JLL has a proactive supply chain risk management program in place and we are pleased to share information about this program. We recognize that supplier risk management is important to our stakeholders which includes clients, prospective clients, suppliers, investors and employees and we believe our program is a global best practice.
Vendor Code of ConductJLL 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 - EnglishVendor Code of Conduct - Chinese (Simplified)Vendor Code of Conduct - Chinese (Traditional)Vendor Code of Conduct - DutchVendor Code of Conduct - FrenchVendor Code of Conduct - GermanVendor Code of Conduct - ItalianVendor Code of Conduct - JapaneseVendor Code of Conduct - KoreanVendor Code of Conduct - PolishVendor Code of Conduct - PortugueseVendor Code of Conduct - RussianVendor Code of Conduct - Spanish (Latin America)Vendor Code of Conduct - Spanish (Castilian)Vendor Code of Conduct - SwedishVendor Code of Conduct - ThaiVendor Code of Conduct - Vietnamese