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- Comp & Benefits
- Work/Life Balance
- Senior Management
- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
I have been working at The LaSalle Network full-timePros
LaSalle Network is hands down the best place to work. The atmosphere is enticing and energetic, the culture is amazing, my team collaborates as one unit helping each other out every single day, and the opportunity for growth and career enhancement within is staggering. Management is completely accessible and part of the team, even our CEO Tom has his door open for anything anyone needs at anytime. We work extremely hard and put in the hours and then some, but it honestly does not feel like a job. It's more of a lifestyle and I have a fun time doing it every day! We work hard, we have fun, and the days fly by at an incredible rate. We set goals, we attain them, and we great ready for what's expected (and unexpected) next! Beyond the day to day, LaSalle makes sure to reward hard work too. We take trips when we hit goals, we celebrate Re-Birthdays for each and every employee, we host holiday (and yes, March Madness IS a holiday) parties for our clients, we high five and play music when anyone gets a win, and we really, really love balloons.Cons
There are not many cons that come to mind, but I'd have to say that while having three office locations is absolutely great and necessary for the work we do, it did take awhile to get to know my co-workers in the other offices. I know their names and phone voices to a T, but putting a face to a name took just a little more time!RecommendsPositive OutlookApproves of CEO
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
- Interview Details
Lots of unexpected paperwork. Trying to get me to apply to one specific job and not telling me what other jobs are available for me to apply/look into and interview for. Reviews for company they want me to apply for has bad reviews on Glassdoor. So it appears they want someone to fill that position so they offer it first and no one is taking it.Interview Questions
Reasons for Declining
- Lots of unexpected paperwork. Answer Question
I do not want to work for a company they want me to work for where the employees do not think highly of the company.Declined Offer
LaSalle Network, a $35 million privately-owned company, is the premier provider of professional staffing and recruiting services in the Chicagoland area. LaSalle has individual business practices specializing in Accounting and Finance, Technology, Office Services, Call Center, Human Resources, Marketing and Executive Search.
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Mission: LaSalle Network was founded in 1998, by President and CEO, E. Thomas Gimbel. Valuing honesty, integrity and empathy, LaSalle provides superior customer service to all...