On this week’s continuation of the HR Like a Boss interviews with Willory, we are so happy to be joined by our Director of Staffing, Lisa Mamula! With her vast knowledge and experience in HR and Staffing, Lisa explains trends and difficulties companies have endured while attracting and retaining talent and ways to overcome them. She also discusses the importance of leaning into new technology, investing in training and development, and so much more!
Lisa joined Willory as part of the firm’s acquisition of the staffing division of The Human Resource Department, Inc. (THRD), over the years she’s had a multitude of roles. Lisa is currently focused on the client experience through her role as Director of Staffing. She has over twenty years of staffing experience with a balanced approach to managing her client and consultant relationships. Lisa held prior HR Generalist and Specialist roles with prominent organizations in manufacturing, distribution, and retail. Her practical knowledge of HR has allowed her to effectively relate to the professionals she works with on a daily basis. Not to mention, she has a unique perspective and deep understanding of each client’s specific hiring needs.
Lisa holds a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration with a major in Human Resources Management from Kent State University. Additionally, she has earned her active PHR certification. Living in Hudson, Ohio, Lisa spends her free time with family and friends and enjoys traveling and golf.
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