Annoyingly long process, must provide more information then they need & the process takes extremely to long. If you're not extremely serious about working there don't even waste your time.
Answered - Brokerage Assistant (Former Employee) - Atlanta, GA
The hiring process was not long at all, especially after your interview if they decide they want you
Answered - Receptionist/Facility Coordinator (Current Employee) - Charlotte, NC
Less than a month in tight San Francisco Bay Area job market.
Answered - Research Analyst (Current Employee) - Menlo Park, CA
Interview offer letter acceptance drug screening and back round check.
Answered - Maintenance Technician (Former Employee) - Broomfield, CO
The HR is very efficient . If you are being considered and moving forward a third party company does a background . From then its YES or NO for consideration. If YES then it will depend how fast the on site staff you interviewed with expedites the process to HR to get you on board and of course if you need to provide any documentation including professional licenses for your situation. It typically takes 1-2 months I believe to be hired direct.
JLL hires from temp agencies. Depending on performance, attendance and how fast you learn the job.
Answered - Facility Cord, Team Lead, Customer Svs Rep (Former Employee) - Pittsburgh, PA
Since my inital contact to the date I was hired four months went by.
Answered - Senior Proposal Manager (Former Employee) - Ciudad de México, D. F.
Drug testing, back ground checks such as DMV, etc.
Answered - EHS Specialist (Former Employee) - Hillsboro, OR