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JLL Reports 2015 Sustainability Achievements

Sets out progress and performance in sustainability; launches refreshed global program – Building a Better Tomorrow


JLL (NYSE: JLL) has outlined its renewed global commitment to sustainability in its recently released 2015 Global Sustainability Report, "Building a Better Tomorrow."  

The report reaffirms JLL's commitment to sustainability and the tangible ways the firm is delivering positive financial, environmental and social results. These include:

  • Being named one of the "World's Most Ethical Companies" for the ninth straight year in 2016.
  • Working with clients to achieve 121 green building certifications.
  • Investing a total of US$16.2 million on training across the globe.
  • Deploying alternative workplace strategies, such as hot-desking and flexible time, in 73 percent of JLL's own offices.
  • Giving a total of more than US$5.3 million in corporate and employee donations to charity.

The report also reinforces JLL's dedication to adding lasting value to its clients, employees, shareholders and communities through its Building a Better Tomorrow program. Building a Better Tomorrow embeds environmental, social and financial responsibilities across JLL's services and operations through these four pillars:

  • Generating lasting value for our Clients
  • Engaging our People
  • Transforming our Workplaces
  • Supporting our Communities

"Building a Better Tomorrow is the next step on our sustainability journey," said Colin Dyer, JLL CEO. "It is the right approach as a corporate citizen, and will also deliver increased value to clients, shareholders, employees and other stakeholders."

Download the 2015 Global Sustainability Report, "Building a Better Tomorrow."

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