The first time I was considered for a position, I went through seven interviews, both over the phone and in-person. And after being told that I would get a final answer on the same day as the last interview, I actually didn't find out that I didn't get the job until about four days later. I turned down another job offer because I was sure this one would work out. However, after finding employment somewhere else, JLL reached out three months in to my new job. I went through three more interviews and was hesitant to to accept the offer, but I followed the larger salary. Looking back, the extra money wasn't worth it.
There was no interview process. Work for JLL or leave. That was your choice.
Answered - Strategic Energy Manager for Citibank Acct (Former Employee) - New York, NY
Great! Quick and easy!
Answered - Senior Facilities Manager (Former Employee) - Tampa, FL
Dynamic, depends on position and account.
Answered - Senior Facility Manager (Former Employee) - Des Plaines, IL
The process is simple and easy all you need is a resume and some time there you go!
Answered - AP Specialist (Current Employee) - Birmingham, AL
The interview process was mediocre. Very standard.
Answered - Operations Center Specialist (Current Employee) - Houston, TX
Its like an communication between two friends...very simple and useful questioned...
Answered - Club Executive (Former Employee) - Egmore chennai
It was great ok, i was asked numerous questions, i wasn't neverous, i felt comfortable.
Answered - Administrative Vendor Processor (Former Employee) - Pittsburgh, PA
There were several people involved and 4 different interviews until decision was made.