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Ethics

We are committed to a corporate culture that embraces and promotes strong principles of business and professional ethics at every level.

Ethical practices are inherent in our values, mission and strategy, and must guide all of our interactions with clients, customers, vendors and employees. Our Board of Directors and senior management take these responsibilities seriously, both for themselves and the rest of the organization.

Ethical behavior is a core responsibility of each and every Jones Lang LaSalle employee. Please explore the various components of the program by selecting from the tabs above.

Latest research

 

 

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Articles

The best lesson you can teach in ethics training

Mark Ohringer, Jones Lang LaSalle's General Counsel and Chief Ethics Officer, explains why secrets hate being kept.

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The secret to the perfect ethics program is in a Bottega Veneta handbag

Mark Ohringer, Jones Lang LaSalle's General Counsel and Chief Ethics Officer offers insight into the best way to construct an ethics program.

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The business case for corporate social responsibility

As part of Jones Lang LaSalle’s commitment to create real value in a world that is constantly changing, we are determined to be a good corporate citizen everywhere our people live and work.

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