On-Demand Webinar

How to prepare your organization for the Talent Renaissance

Fireside chat with Brandon Sammut (Zapier)

The balance of power between employees and employers is tipping. Is your organization prepared?

As companies struggle to decide whether employees should stay remote, hybrid or go back to the office, the balance of power continues to tip in favor of employees. More and more organizations are having trouble filling their open positions. 

Though many have tried to explain why this has been happening, it is clear that rules of the game have changed and that a wide range of options have unfolded before the US workforce. Workers are now more likely to quit to find a better job or strike to improve their working conditions at their current company. 

It’s fair to say that it’s not just that employees are more comfortable switching careers or taking collective action. People leaders and Executives are feeling the pressure to do more for workers in light of the coronavirus.

Brandon Sammut, Chief People Officer at Zapier called this shift a Talent Renaissance.

Join Brandon and Tyler Muse as they discuss the implications, challenges and opportunities of this new shift in paradigm, and what organizations have to do to keep up with the change and embrace this workplace innovation.

Featuring

Tyler Muse

Tyler Muse

CEO & Founder, Lingo Live

Tyler is passionate about bringing the world closer together through meaningful human connections. As a leader, he experienced firsthand the transformative power of one-on-one coaching and built Lingo Live to marry the meaningful human connection of a private coach with the efficacy of skills-based development.

Prior to starting Lingo Live in 2012, Tyler co-founded an internationally-focused mentorship program based for multilingual youth in New York City and worked as an analyst for GE Energy Financial Services.

He lives in Dallas, TX with his wife and two kids and when he’s not spending time with them, he enjoys boxing, hanging out with his extended family, and traveling.

Brandon Sammut

Brandon Sammut

Chief People Officer, Zapier

Brandon started out in recruiting at Teach For America. After earning a Stanford MBA, he dove right into hyper-growth startups. He served as the Chief People & Culture Officer at LiveRamp, a SaaS platform that he helped grow to over 1,300 employees across 13 offices around the world.

Recently he’s moved on to become the Chief People Officer at Zapier, the $5B automation startup that pioneered distributed work at scale.

Learn how to prepare your organization for change!