Watch as Jon Schlossberg, CEO of Even, and Jenny Molyneaux, VP of People Operations at Even break down what on-demand pay is and how to responsibly offer it to your employees.
According to a 2017 CareerBuilder report, nearly 80% of American workers say they’re living paycheck to paycheck. With most working Americans facing economic challenges, a growing number of workers are looking to their employers for help in managing their finances.
More employers are offering on-demand pay to reduce the stress of emergency cash flow problems for their workforce. On-demand pay is now becoming a popular employee benefit and even a substantial advantage when competing for talent.
In this webinar, business leaders will learn more about the demand for on-demand pay, its impact on employee engagement, and how to choose the best on-demand pay product for your workforce.
What you’ll learn:
VP, People Operations
CEO & co-founder
Co-founder and CEO, Even
Jon has a background in behavioral and cognitive psychology, with a degree from Skidmore College. Prior to founding Even, Jon was HUGE's first product designer, and worked on redesigns of Target.com, CNN.com, and other highly trafficked websites. Following HUGE, Jon founded an app development company that made "Knock," a mobile app used to replace computer logins with gesture controls, which was #1 on the app store in 152 countries.
VP People and Member Operations, Even
Jenny Molyneaux is the Head of People Operations at Even, where she oversees recruiting, human resources, facilities, and customer service. She first joined Even in June 2017 and was drawn to the company’s responsible approach to earned wage access. Even’s on-demand pay platform is provided as a benefit by forward-thinking employers who want to improve the financial health of their employees while boosting productivity and retention. Prior to joining Even, Jenny helped accelerate the growth of two well-regarded startups, Pocket Gems and MasterClass, and also worked at Google. Jenny received her M.B.A. from the Stanford Graduate School of Business and her B.A. in Economics from Brown University.