JLL Lands on Forbes ‘The Just 100: List of America’s Best Corporate Citizens’


Atlanta, GA – (RealEstateRama) — JLL’s excellence in corporate citizenship was recently acknowledged in one of our most prestigious honors yet. Forbes, in partnership with JUST Capital, compiled a list of 100 companies committed to social responsibility. The inaugural list is based on a survey of 50,000 Americans over the last 18 months on workplace and ethics issues among U.S. public companies.

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Forbes and JUST Capital evaluated nearly 900 publicly traded companies on ten metrics: worker pay and benefits, worker treatment, supply chain impact, community well-being, domestic job creation, product attributes, customer treatment, leadership and ethics, environmental impact and investor alignment.

We are honored to be included on this list with many of our clients, and none of our competitors. The list recognizes the top performing companies across each industry. JLL is noted as the top performing real estate company.

“JLL’s recognition as America’s Most JUST Company in the real estate industry validates our commitment to ethics, excellence, and an inclusive environment where our employees can thrive and help our clients succeed,” said Greg O’Brien, CEO Americas. “We are honored to be recognized for embracing the responsibilities of corporate citizenship and supporting the communities where we live and do business.”

For the complete list, including the winners in each of 32 industries, and more feature stories, visit: The inaugural JUST 100 list will appear in Forbes magazine’s Dec. 20 “Impact and Philanthropy” issue. JUST Capital will also make the rankings accessible and sortable on its website, Its interactive “Explorer” tool goes inside the rankings to show how companies were scored.

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