5 steps to a smooth facilities staff transition

See why employees who transition to JLL rate their experience 4.5 out of 5.

Discover the five steps to follow during a facilities management transition to put your employees at ease.

Through key communications, training, and support, you can help best position your associates through the new career opportunities available to them.

Download our guide to gain access to our higher education staffing transition program, specifically tailored to industry needs.

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Discuss what to expect

Hold regular town hall updates with question and answer sessions. Give updates on impacts to equipment, security and benefits.

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Create a communications plan

Good communication inform associates about where they are in the process and their role on day one. Encourage questions and make a connection to leadership.

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Monitor career progress

From best practices and maintenance technologies to development and recognition programs. Ensure your associates have access to the best of what you offer.

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