Episode 294: HR Tech Insights Featuring Joe Meyer, Harrison Kim and Ed Stevens

Even before the pandemic it was a challenge to shop and learn about HR technology and services. COVID throws another wrinkle into things even with conferences and events opening up in the near future. At Workology, we reach 700,000 HR and workplace leaders every month with our newsletter, podcast, and online resources at Workology.com. I’ve been getting requests from many of you asking for ways to connect with different companies that will give you the opportunity to research and learn about them BEFORE signing up for a demo or answering your phone. 

This interview is part of a new series called HR Tech Insights for the Workology Podcast. It’s an opportunity for you, the HR leader, to quickly learn about different companies, their solutions, the company sizes and verticals they serve, and a quick case study of the problems they solve. Think of it like walking an expo floor, but without the free swag and cocktails. The good news is there is no travel or expense involved. Each episode in the HR Tech Insights series features three 7-10 minute interviews with different HR tech and service providers. 

Episode 294: HR Tech Insights Featuring Joe Meyer, Harrison Kim and Ed Stevens

 

Meet Joe Meyer, Founder & CEO of ExecThread

ExecThread is a VC-backed crowdsourcing platform and premium job-sharing network that enables professionals to access the “hidden job market”. ExecThread is the largest global aggregator of unpublished executive-level job opportunities. Joe has been a successful start-up CEO and operating executive at high-growth tech companies including HopStop (acquired by Apple), Quigo (acquired by AOL) and eBay (EBAY) with a strong track record of recruiting teams, launching new products, raising venture capital, growing traffic, eliciting engagement, scaling revenue and achieving liquidity. Joe Meyer on LinkedIn

Meet Harrison Kim. CEO of Pavestep

Pavestep is an employee feedback and performance management solution. He founded Pavestep to help leaders develop and retain their biggest asset – talent! He is obsessed with feedback, performance, and organizational culture. He is a former McKinsey consultant and a former private equity investor specializing in the human capital management sector. Harrison Kim on LinkedIn

Meet Ed Stevens, Founder and CEO of Preciate 

Preciate is a social presence meeting platform. Previously, Ed founded and led Shopatron, an enterprise ecommerce platform acquired by Vista Equity Partners. Ed is a Board member of Johnson Outdoors and is an avid sportsman. Ed Stevens on LinkedIn

I’m all about arming HR and workplace leaders with resources and information to help them support their organizations. That includes finding great HR tech and service providers. You can visit the show notes of this episode at Workology.com where I’m including each person we’ve talked to’s LinkedIn profile and company information. Feel free to reach out to them directly. Make sure you tell them you heard about them on the Workology Podcast! This episode is part of our HR Tech Insights series and is sponsored by UpSkill HR and Ace the Exam. 

Nominate your favorite HR tech company here!

Connect with Joe Meyer, Harrison Kim and Ed Stevens.

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– Episode Transcript

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Jessica Miller-Merrell

Jessica Miller-Merrell (@jmillermerrell) is a workplace change agent, author and consultant focused on human resources and talent acquisition living in Austin, TX. Recognized by Forbes as a top 50 social media influencer and is a global speaker. She’s the founder of Workology, a workplace HR resource and host of the Workology Podcast.

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