LaSalle Network opens Nashville office

 
Updated 8/4/2017 9:38 AM

CHICAGO -- LaSalle Network, a national staffing, recruiting and culture firm headquartered in Chicago with location in the suburbs, is opening a new office in Nashville, Tenn.

This marks the firm's sixth office and second outside of Illinois. The newest office will play an important role in further solidifying LaSalle Network's national presence in the staffing and recruiting industry.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                       
 

"We have identified Nashville as a great area of opportunity for us," said Tom Gimbel, founder and CEO of LaSalle Network. "The city is home to a lot of top talent, as well as many booming industries, and I'm confident our brand will be able to have a big impact there."

LaSalle Network has hired Byron Johnson as director of Nashville operations to lead the company's newest office and train a team of recruiters there. Johnson brings more than 15 years of experience as a sales and operations professional, having led teams for Fortune 500 companies before. LaSalle Network plans to hire 15 recruiters to join Johnson's team in the next month. The office will specialize in administrative, call center, marketing and human resources recruiting.

The newest office comes after the company has hired 100 new employees in the past year, added an additional office in downtown Chicago, and continued organic revenue growth, landing on Inc. Magazine's 500/5000 "Fastest Growing Privately Held Companies in America" list for ten consecutive years.

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