Employee Engagement Roundtable helps Human Resources Leaders Improve Retention

High Profile Staffing hosted a roundtable discussion entitled “Using Employee Engagement as a Core Strategy for Your Business,” where contributors shared their ideas and their experiences.

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Dallas, TX (PRWEB) October 14, 2012

In a tough economy, employers are challenged to create and retain productive teams that bring their best performance to work every day. High Profile, a leading staffing firm in Dallas, provides a solution by offering on-going roundtable discussions for Human Resources Professionals. On October 3rd, they hosted a roundtable discussion entitled “Using Employee Engagement as a Core Strategy for Your Business” at the AT&T Performing Arts Center.

“Employee Engagement is at an all-time low right now,” said Bronwyn Allen, President of High Profile, Inc. National Gallup Management studies have shown that nearly 72% of current employees are either disengaged or actively disengaged at work. “We chose to focus on this timely topic since improvements are needed now and can make a significant impact on employee retention.”

Doug Curtis, CEO of AT&T Performing Arts Center, kicked off the meeting by welcoming everyone and explained the history of the venue as a corporate community partner.

Over 75 Human Resources professionals attended the luncheon to learn more about maintaining a company culture that promotes Employee Engagement. The panelists included Mike Haefner, Senior VP of Human Resources of Atmos Energy, Chris Ebbeler, Senior Manager - Workplace Community & People Branding of Brinker International and Randy Mayeux of Creative Communication Network. All were asked to share their company experiences with Employee Engagement strategies and how they’ve helped build their culture to support them. Randy led a book synopsis of ‘Encouraging the Heart – A Leader’s Guide to Rewarding and Encouraging Others’ by James Kouze & Barry Posner.

The response from High Profile’s clients was tremendous. One of the attendees, Will Baccich, CEO, Global Data Vault, shared, “High Profile’s panel today lifted me above the day-to-day operations of our business. It helped remind me that our only sustainable, competitive advantage comes from the quality we can deliver – and the only way we can deliver quality is through our team being engaged and caring about their work.”

Christy Underkofler, Human Resources, BenefitMall, said, “It was wonderful learning new information about what other companies are doing to build and maintain their employee engagement and culture. It was evident that, because of the passion these presenters have for their employees, they are inspired to focus on the culture of their respective organizations.”

High Profile Staffing takes its role in improving workplace dynamics seriously. In addition to regularly speaking at Human Resources conferences, they offer monthly roundtable events for their clients by bringing in experts to discuss current HR topics and issues. It’s no surprise that High Profile has been chosen for the 2012 Inavero/CareerBuilder ‘Best of Staffing Award’ based on Customer Satisfaction.

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About High Profile Staffing
High Profile provides hundreds of Dallas/Fort Worth companies with reliable, responsible and professional staff to fill Administrative, Accounting and Human Resources positions. We offer Contract, Contract to Hire and Direct Hire placement options. We provide our candidates free resume assistance and career counseling. We believe strongly in community involvement. Through our Community Outreach program, GOOD WORKS!, we have made a difference for dozens of deserving Dallas/Fort Worth charities. High Profile partners with our clients to financially and physically give a hand to those in need.


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