How to Develop a Retention-Focused Company Culture
While the nation is facing a tight labor market, and the unemployment rate at record lows, organizations can’t afford to lose talent, which has increasingly been focused on working for organizations with great company cultures. It’s crucial that companies focus on this and take the right measures to build a company culture that will retain their people. Key takeaways for attendees during this session include:
Why Book Tom Gimbel?
Tom Gimbel is founder and CEO of LaSalle Network, a staffing, recruiting and culture firm. LaSalle has achieved annual organic revenue growth since inception in 1998, landing on the Inc. 500/5000 fastest-growing privately held companies list for the last 11 years, an achievement less than 0.5% of companies in America can claim.
Gimbel is an expert on hiring, careers and company culture, contributing to Inc., Fortune and The Wall Street Journal. Gimbel appears frequently on CNBC Squawk Box, TODAY, Fox Business Network, and in The New York Times, and Entrepreneur magazine, among others.
LaSalle Network has been recognized by more than 100 culture and revenue-based awards since inception including: Glassdoor’s Best Places to Work, the #1 Best and Brightest Companies to Work For in Chicago and in the Nation, Entrepreneur Magazine’s Top Company Cultures, Inc. Magazine’s Best Workplace’s, among others.
Gimbel holds a bachelor's degree from the University of Colorado and is on the Board of Directors of Ounce of Prevention and the American Staffing Association. He is an active member in the Young Presidents' Organization, Economic Club of Chicago and Entrepreneurs' Organization.