WorkingTech Interviews

WorkingTech Interview: Zoom.ai

The third innovateworkTO is happening this Thursday, August 17. Here’s the second of a two-part interview with innovateworkTO sponsor Roy Pereira, CEO at Zoom.ai. To read the first part of the interview, visit our partner title, hrgazette.com. Roy Pereira began his first startup after attending Carleton University’s computer science program. Since then he’s created several startups and worked with numerous tech companies based in Ottawa, Silicon Valley, and Toronto. While at Cisco

dialogue benefits software

In this episode of the WorkingTech show, Bill Banham talks with Zack Brown, new VP Sales & Marketing at Dialogue. With Dialogue, Zack and the team are striving to make healthcare more accessible to workers, while also providing employers with a compelling corporate benefit to support the health and wellness of their employees and their families. Listen to This WorkingTech Episode to Discover: Why Dialogue? Why was it founded and

WorkingTech YouTern Interview

In this episode of the WorkingTech show, Kevin W. Grossman talks with YouTern’s CEO and founder Mark Babbit. Mark is also a co-author of the bestseller, “A World Gone Social: How Companies must Adapt to Survive”. Here’s the thing. Networking with peers and mentors is more critical than ever for young and old alike. And especially for those either just entering the workplace or in transition. Talent today becomes highly

Leapgen HR Tech

The WorkingTech show talks about how tech can work harder so we can work better because hardly working simply isn’t an option. Our first WorkingTech podcast, hosted by Kevin W. Grossman, features a conversation with LeapGen Co-Founder & Chief Executive Officer, Jason Averbook, and Co-Founder & Chief Service Officer, Mike Brennan. Here’s the thing. We’ve come a long way in the world of work today when it comes to the