LaSalle Network Achieves Historic Revenue Growth in 2021

National Staffing, Recruiting, Culture Firm Publishes 2021 Year-in-Review   

CHICAGO – LaSalle Network, a national staffing, recruiting and culture firm, publishes its 2021 Year-in-Review, which includes highlights such as achieving historic revenue, growing its business by 48 percent since 2020 and by 36 percent since 2019, as well as increasing headcount by 30 percent.

Continuing its commitment to learning and development, LaSalle Network’s Training and Development department conducted over 2,000 hours of training for employees in 2021. Further, 58 percent of LaSalle Network employees were promoted in 2021, with nearly 22 percent promoted within management.   

Part of creating a culture where employees can grow is offering them different forms of support, both personally and professionally, and some of the new initiatives LaSalle Network created in 2021 include:   

  • Briefcase Advisors Program: To help LaSallians who have been with the organization less than 18 months feel connected and supported, the Briefcase Advisors Program forms these newer LaSallians into ‘Green Groups’ led by tenured LaSallians who hold the positions as Briefcase Advisors. The groups meet frequently to discuss all things that will help them hit the ground running sooner and feel a sense of connection.
  • Brain Health and Wellness Groups: For continued support with mental health and wellness, LaSalle Network created ‘Brain Health and Wellness’ support groups led by licensed therapists to provide group therapy/support sessions on a range of topics from relationship management, anxiety and depression, sessions for working parents and more.  
  • Diversity, Equity and Belonging (DEB) Committee: The DEB committee was created to celebrate the differences that make each LaSallian unique and to provide educational opportunities where authentic conversations are fostered and an environment of acceptance, inclusion and belonging is cultivated.

Philanthropic Highlights: LaSallians continued to utilize LaSalle Network’s volunteer paid time off (VTO) policy of up to 5 days of VTO to support personal organizations near and dear to their hearts. LaSalle Network’s Community Champions committee also organized countless give-back initiatives for LaSallians to partake in, including:  

  • Hosted a sock drive in support of Hesed House, a shelter serving the homeless population in the Chicago suburbs, donating 375 pairs of socks 
  • Packed parcels and contributed 15,768 meals to communities in need with Feed My Starving Children, a non-profit that coordinates the packaging and distribution of food to people in developing nations 
  • Volunteered at the United States Marine Corps’ 246th anniversary celebration, which helped raise money for the Project Relo and Semper Fi funds  
  • Continued its partnership with Cristo Rey Jesuit High School’s Corporate Work Study Program, employing two students one day a week to help fund their high school tuition. This program helps students gain valuable professional work experience and begin building professional networks. 
  • Participated in Lurie Children’s Corporate Cup, a field day where teams representing local companies faced off in a variety of virtual events while raising life-changing funds to support the patients and families at Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children’s Hospital of Chicago 
  • Participated in Lurie Children’s Radiothon, a live holiday broadcast to raise funds in support of the patients at families at Lurie Children’s Hospital  
  • Volunteered with My Block, My Hood, My City by participating in a community clean up on Chicago’s South Side 
  • In an effort to help working mothers who left the workforce to care for their families during the pandemic, LaSalle Network hosted a “Workforce MOMentum” campaign that paired mothers with LaSalle Network career consultants to aid in the job-search process 
  • Participated in and sponsored the Our Fallen Hero 5K, a race that honors Private First Class, Aaron Toppen 
  • Donated to the American Red Cross to aid in relief efforts to support all impacted by the severe weather in the Southeast Winter 2021 
  • Further, LaSalle Network provided support to the Alzheimer’s Association, the American Parkinson Disease Association, Gateway Foundation, RAINN, Eagle Ridge Senior Living Memory Care, North Star Reach – a Serious Fun Camp, Neurofibromatosis Midwest, American Cancer Society, and more. 

LaSalle Network’s veteran hiring initiative, LaSalle Veteran Network (LVN), helped more than 600 veterans over the course of 2021. To further cement its commitment to helping veterans and their families, LVN partnered with the Department of Defense by joining its Military Spouse Employment Partnership (MSEP) program, which connects military spouses with hundreds of partner employers who commit to recruit, hire, promote and retain military spouses. 

Published Reports: With its team of experienced recruiters and leaders, LaSalle Network utilized experience and expertise to provide companies, job seekers and professionals top resources, some including:  

With company culture at the cornerstone of LaSalle’s values, continuing to create ways to keep LaSallians connected remained a priority. Over the course of 2021, the company hosted 65 virtual and in-person events to further employee connections. To read further about what LaSalle Network does to keep employees connected, click here. With its profound leadership and guidance in 2021, LaSalle Network continued to earn company culture and revenue-growth accolades, including:  

  • PEOPLE magazine’s “Companies that Care” 
  • FORTUNE magazine:  
    • “Best Workplaces in Chicago” (4X honoree)  
    • “Best Workplaces in Consulting and Professional Services” (4X honoree) 
    • “Best Workplaces for Millennials” 
  • Crain’s Chicago Business’ “Best Places to Work in Chicago” (7X honoree)   
  • Chicago Tribune’s “Top Workplaces” (8X honoree) 
  • Training Magazine’s Global “Apex Award” (5X honoree)  
  • Initiative for a Competitive Inner City (ICIC) “Inner City 100” (7X honoree) 
  • Energage’s “Top Workplaces USA” 
  • National Association for Business Resources (NABR) 
    • “Best and Brightest Companies to Work for in the Nation” (10X honoree)   
    • “Best and Brightest Companies to Work for in Chicago” (10X honoree)  
    • “Elite” award  
  • Daily Herald Business Ledger’s “Best Places to Work in Illinois” (10X honoree)  
  •’s “Top Entry Level Employers” (4X honoree)  
  • American Staffing Association’s “Care Award” (4X) 
  • Companies that Care’s “Honor Roll” (7X) 

How to get in touch:  

  • If you are seeking to identify top talent to join your team, contact LaSalle Network here 
  • If you are seeking a new job opportunity, LaSalle Network’s team of recruiters is ready to assist.  
  • To join the LaSalle Network team, view our open positions here 

For more information on LaSalle Network, please visit or contact Heather Youkhana at 312-496-6562 or


About LaSalle Network
LaSalle Network is a national staffing, recruiting and culture firm with business units that specialize in accounting and finance, administrative, call center, healthcare revenue cycle, human resources, management resources, marketing, sales, supply chain, technology and executive search. Since inception in 1998, LaSalle has worked with thousands of clients and placed more than 80,000 candidates in temporary, temporary-to-permanent and permanent positions. LaSalle Network has been listed on Inc. Magazine’s 500/5000 “Fastest-Growing Privately Held Companies in America” list for 12 years, People Magazine’s “Companies That Care” list, Inc. Magazine’s “50 Best Workplaces,” Forbes’ “America’s Best Professional Recruiting Firms” list, Fortune’s “Best Small & Medium Companies to Work For,” “Best Workplaces in Chicago,” and “Best Workplaces in Consulting & Professional Services” for four years, and Crain’s Chicago Business’ “Best Places to Work” list for seven years. The firm has offices in downtown Chicago, Oak Brook and Schaumburg. For more information, please call 312-419-1700 or visit 

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