JLL and DTZ change bonuses and pay

February 2010
EG: Estates Gazette;2/6/2010, Issue 1005, p27
Trade Publication
The reports on the decision of Jones Lang LaSalle (JLL) and DTZ to change their bonus and payment schemes, wherein JLL will extend its commission-based bonus scheme and DTZ will reinstate its full salaries and pension contributions from the summer.


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