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How to Build a Strong Office Culture (With or Without an Office)

On-Demand Webinar

Office culture is important, not just from a talent acquisition and retention standpoint, but as a strategic advantage: building a positive external brand and trying to be a company that your customers or candidates want to work with. And according to StaffingHub’s 2021 “State of Staffing'' report, one of the biggest challenges cited by staffing executives today is managing and retaining office culture—and with recruiter turnover up to a whopping 25%, it’s now a challenge that has a definitive impact on costs and productivity. Plus, Covid has been creating a host of new challenges for building culture, with many firms being remote and taking hybrid approaches

In this encore presentation from Staffing World 2021, you will learn:

  • The 5 core tenets of office culture
  • Effective ways both managers and recruiters can introduce and evangelize technology to cultivate office culture
  • How a strong, positive work environment can affect employees

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Speakers:

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Shawn Gaines

CMO
Able

Shawn Gaines is the CMO of Able, a SaaS platform for onboarding automation. In his prior role, Shawn was VP of marketing at high-growth legal tech company Relativity. Based in Chicago, Shawn joined the Able team in May 2020, and holds an MBA from Northwestern University’s Kellogg School of Management. Shawn’s an avid obstacle course racer, has two young kids that love crawling on top of him, and has a mediocre record collection that he “swears is getting better.”

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Jennifer Westropp

Director, Talent Development & Performance
Relativity

Jennifer Westropp (pgp: she, her, hers) leads global Talent Development & Performance at Chicago-headquartered Relativity, which creates intuitive software that helps law firms, government agencies, financial institutions and other major corporations quickly find the truth in data. In her role, Jen leads teams responsible for enterprise-wide design and delivery of strategy, programs, and experiences that unlock potential, accelerate the trajectory of our employees’ careers and help drive an inclusive, high-performance culture. Jen is also a Design Thinking aficionado, a certified Professional in Human Resources and has gained expertise and experience in various areas of Human Resources spanning from Talent Acquisition, to Leadership Development, and Inclusion, Diversity and Belonging. Jen is a mom of three, a Purdue University grad, a world traveler, an avid checklist maker, and a perennial process improver.