Jones Lang LaSalle CSR Report 2010 - October 2011
We invite you to take a five-minute survey to share your feedback with us.
Jones Lang LaSalle released its annual Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Report at the beginning of September. The Report shows how Jones Lang LaSalle and LaSalle Investment Management have taken significant strides towards integrating CSR and sustainability into our business. It also profiles a range of industry-leading initiatives that add value to our role as experts in real estate.
The new Report, entitled
'Where we stand: Building beyond tomorrow' focuses on five material areas: energy and climate; client service excellence; green buildings; community commitment; and workplace, wellbeing and diversity. It provides a robust insight into the success of Jones Lang LaSalle's own CSR commitments through our internal sustainability program, ACT: A Cleaner Tomorrow, as well as the numerous sustainability achievements related to work with our clients around the world.
Colin Dyer states in his opening message: "Our CSR Report tells the story of our achievements and challenges throughout 2010. Our CSR activities will always be 'a work in progress', but we believe reports such as this can inspire efforts toward being first for our people, first with our clients and shareholders, and first in the communities where we do business."
Jones Lang LaSalle's 2010 CSR Report is based on guidelines from the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) to an initial, self-evaluated disclosure level C. Additional information is available from Jones Lang LaSalle's dedicated CSR website and from a podcast where our Global Chief Operating and Financial Officer, Lauralee Martin, discusses our CSR commitment.
We welcome your feedback on this edition of our CSR Report and on our overall sustainability and CSR strategy. To retrieve your comments, we have created a five-minute survey. We look forward to hearing from you as we aim to improve our approach to CSR.