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Pond Lehocky exec Jenn Heinz discusses building a winning workplace culture on HR podcast

Pond Lehocky’s Chief Human Resources Officer Jennifer Heinz recently appeared on the HR Leaders podcast, discussing how the firm has built a winning culture by placing employee experience at the forefront.

Heinz talked about her journey to Pond Lehocky and how her experience has helped shape the culture at the firm as she looked to create a more supportive work environment.

She also discussed how Pond Lehocky is innovating and invigorating its corporate culture by using the Predictive Index, which utilizes psychometric testing to understand what motivates employees and drives their performance. It will address how the tool helps put people in positions that best align with their personalities and skillsets.

To listen to the entire interview, visit here.

HR Leaders bills itself as “a cross-industry learning community, powered by the world’s most influential HR practitioners.” They connect senior human resource professionals via a network providing access to insights about best practices and privately hosted workshops. They also host podcasts featuring interviews with top HR executives.

Heinz has held that role of Chief Human Resources Officer at Pond Lehocky since the firm opened its doors in 2010. Prior to that, she worked with Pond Lehocky’s founding partners at their previous firm for eight years.

In her role, she has had to deal with many different aspects of starting and running a law firm, including recruiting, training, marketing, accounting, IT, operations and facilities. Under her watch, Pond Lehocky has grown from 22 employees in a single Philadelphia office to more than 250 in offices nationwide today. The firm has become the largest worker’s compensation firm in Pennsylvania, with the most certified workers’ compensation attorneys in the state. It also boasts a national Social Security disability practice that has helped more than 35,000 clients across the country.

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