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  1. #1
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    Confused Jones Lang LaSalle

    I just got called for an interview with this company. Anyone have any experience with them? How do they pay and do they have good benefits? Also do they believe in ongoing training. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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    I started working for them a couple of months ago.

    Pay is ok... at least for my area

    Have not seen or heard about any trade related training

    40% hvac and about 60% other stuff ( at least as a MES tech).

    And if your area is like mine, REALLY busy

  3. #3
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    I've been with JLL for two years in now. Best company I have ever worked for. Assigned to MES in Michigan. The pay is great ( we're union). The work is easy if you have some decent skills. We do retail stores and bank maintenance. They dont really stress training around here but join RSES or take a few classes at the supply house to stay on top of your game.

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    Hmm

    Thanks for the responses guys. It will help me with my decision.
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    Cool

    I got an offer form JLL and I think I am going to take it. Very good pay and benefits. They look like a good company to work for.
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    Quote Originally Posted by qwerty hvac View Post
    I got an offer form JLL and I think I am going to take it. Very good pay and benefits. They look like a good company to work for.
    Welcome to the club...LOL

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    Go ahead, It's not so bad. I've been working for JLL since 2006. Pay is ok, benefits are about like anyplace else. Global company with many chances to re-locate or advance based on your skills.

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    Thumbs up

    I am looking forward to it. I start in a couple of weeks.
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    May I ask what kind of wage they offered you. I am thinking of applying with them in Los Angeles. I would like to know if it would be worth applying. I currently work for a mom & pop shop and hate it. Although, my wage is great $35.00hr, my sanity is really suffering... Thanks.

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    Thumbs up

    Not far from what you are making now and I am in Buffalo where the cost of living is lower. Also 28 Pto days,Full health benefits, 401k, stock option, truck and tools, uniforms, jacket and parka. I had none of this except for the truck and I am union. I needed something more stable and they seem to be able to offer that. They have market share and are growing, what else could you ask for?
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    I see them all the time in my area, they seem to do a lot of work at banks, what else do they do?

  12. #12
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    Quote Originally Posted by HeyBob View Post
    I see them all the time in my area, they seem to do a lot of work at banks, what else do they do?
    Starting to expand out to large stripmall chain stores and alot of the cellphone retail outlets.

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    Hey Bob, thats probably me that you see in your area. I service banks in the Howell and Brighton area as well as a couple of retail stores at the Tanger Outlet Mall. The scuttlebutt in our area is that we picked up another national account and that we will be adding another tech to the Metro Detroit area.

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