JLL leads real estate industry in corporate behavior rankings

Leads Forbes’ America’s Most JUST Companies for 3rd straight year

JLL leads real estate industry in corporate behavior rankings

Global real estate firm JLL has once again been named among the best companies in the US for key issues.

The firm is the real estate industry leader in America's Most JUST Companies for 2018 compiled by Forbes and JUST Capital, an independent, nonprofit organization which aligns business practices with the priorities of the American people to ensure capitalism works for all.  

The rankings involved a survey of 9,000 Americans who selected the following topics as important: fair pay and good benefits; customer treatment and privacy; beneficial products; environmental impact; job creation; community support in the U.S. and abroad; ethical leadership; and long-term financial growth.

JLL outperformed its peers in all those categories.

"JLL is committed to supporting the needs of our employees, clients and communities," said Greg O'Brien, CEO, Americas. "We're pleased and honored to lead our industry for the third consecutive year and to be recognized for our practices around pay equity, job creation and sustainability."

JLL ranks at 59, ahead of Zillow Group at 69.

Forbes’ chief content officer Randall Lane says that trust in institutions is more important than ever right now.

"The JUST 100 recognizes companies that are doing right within society. The rankings help companies gauge their progress on benchmarks that go far beyond quarterly earnings toward long-term value-creation for all stakeholders," he said.