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Beyond Employee Satisfaction: Creating Loyalty and Longevity in an Evolving Economy
Despite a forecasted recession, talent is hitting the job boards in record numbers, with 85% reporting they are considering leaving their job in the next 6 months according to a recent LaSalle Network survey. While turnover has been a hot topic for the last year, many business leaders are finding their retention strategies have fallen short and even seemingly happy employees still have one foot out the door.

Many companies are focused on cultivating lean, strong teams to be more flexible and agile in today’s unpredictable economic climate, and strong leadership is necessary to do so. However, Managers and Senior Managers are at the greatest risk for turnover, reporting the lowest job satisfaction of all titles. If not addressed, this could cause a domino effect, impacting employee engagement and performance as well. For those planning to add headcount or working to improve current employee retention, this is a must-attend webinar that will cover not only what is causing turnover, but what can be done to turn it around.

Join us virtually Tuesday, April 4, from 12-1pm CT as LaSalle Network Chief Human Resources Officer, Sirmara Campbell, speaks with Human Resources leaders from multinational spirits company, Jim Beam; and a leading advertising agency, FCB.

During the webinar, you will learn about:
- The impact an evolving economy has on employee desires
- Supporting and maximizing a rapidly growing team
- What mental health resources make the greatest impact to increase employee satisfaction
- Developing more impactful career paths as a retention strategy
- Curating a sense of belonging among both in-person, remote and hybrid teams

This webinar is eligible for 1 SHRM PDC credit hour.

Apr 4, 2023 12:00 PM in Central Time (US and Canada)

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Sirmara Campbell
Chief Human Resources Officer @LaSalle Network
Sirmara Campbell has over 20 years of experience in the staffing and recruiting industry, starting her career at LaSalle Network shortly after its inception in 1998. Sirmara is an experienced human resource professional whose expertise lies in helping LaSalle Network maintain a healthy and productive company culture that has contributed to it’s annual double digit growth. Sirmara was recognized on Crain’s Chicago Business’ 2022 Notable Black Leaders and Executives, 2020 list of Influential HR Leaders, by Workforce Magazine as a Workforce Game Changer and by the Daily Herald Business Ledger among its list of Influential Women in Business.
Tim Mote
Senior Director of Global Talent Acquisition @Beam Suntory
Tim Mote is the Senior Director of Global Talent Acquisition for Beam Suntory. Beam Suntory is the 3rd largest premium spirits company and Crafting the Spirits Brands that Stir the World. Consumers from all corners of the globe call for the company’s brands, including the flagship Jim Beam bourbon and Yamazaki Japanese whisky, as well as world renown premium brands including Maker’s Mark and Knob Creek bourbons, Hakushu and Hibiki Japanese whiskies, Teacher’s, Laphroaig, and Bowmore Scotch whiskies, Canadian Club whisky, Courvoisier cognac, Sauza tequila, EFFEN vodka, and Midori liqueur. In his current role, Tim leads efforts to elevate Beam Suntory’s global employer brand, identify emerging talent acquisition trends and technologies, and recruit diverse, dynamic and creative professionals that are a solid match for Beam Suntory’s culture. Tim has over 25 years of recruiting experience working at companies such as Manpower, Motorola, Kraft Foods and Kraft Heinz.
Bella Patel
Global Chief Talent Officer @FCB (Foote, Cone & Belding)
A talent champion and believer that inclusivity drives greater creativity, Bella Patel thrives on building diverse teams that are passionate about our industry. As FCB’s Global Chief Talent Officer, Bella partners with talent leads across the network’s offices to further fuel the agency’s culture of inclusion and its “talent above all else” approach to recruitment and retention. Bella joined FCB Chicago in 2006 and led the Human Resources practice there beginning in 2011. Under her leadership as Chief Talent Officer, FCB Chicago attracted and fostered top talent that helped fuel its recent business and creative resurgence. In the last year alone, the agency welcomed over 280 new faces with its most diverse new-hire class ever and raised its inclusion focus to have a greater impact on the culture of FCB’s largest and founding office. Prior to joining FCB, Bella worked as part of the human resources team at Raytheon Polar Services Company’s Antarctic program, as well as at Hyatt Hotels.