Lots of new executive hires in HR tech.
WorkJam, the leading digital workplace platform for organizations with frontline and hourly employees, today announces the appointment of Daniel Crepeau as Chief Operating Officer. Daniel brings more than three decades of experience driving all aspects of business, from software development, operations, sales and marketing, to large contract negotiations, and mergers and acquisitions. As COO, he will oversee operations of the company to further establish WorkJam’s market leadership.
“WorkJam’s rapid revenue growth has allowed the company to quickly scale internationally and expand our product suite,” said Steven Kramer, CEO & President at WorkJam. “As a visionary in product innovation, assembling and mobilizing high performing teams, and achieving operational excellence, the addition of Daniel will allow us to continue reaching new milestones as the leading digital workplace for the frontline workforce.”
Crosschq, the HR technology leader that is reinventing hiring by helping companies optimize Quality of Hire with its Talent Intelligence Cloud™, announced today the hiring of Lance Dai as Head of Sales for Crosschq.
A seasoned sales executive in both health and HR tech, Dai will focus on leading Crosschq’s sales organization, scaling revenue, and architecting a sales strategy across enterprise and mid-market sales. Prior to joining Crosschq, Dai led strategic sales at HireVue, where he drove critical wins in the Fortune 200 large enterprise segment to firmly establish market leadership through a period of rapid growth. Earlier, he was with GE Healthcare managing their medical device sales across several business lines.
Pluralsight, Inc., the technology workforce development company, today announced the promotion of Will Clive to Chief People Officer (CPO). Reporting to Pluralsight co-founder and CEO Aaron Skonnard, Clive was promoted from his previous position as Vice President of People.
“For over six years, Will has been a steadfast and committed member of the Pluralsight team who has embraced every opportunity to grow professionally while also helping to grow the business,” said Skonnard. “From product to business strategy to people ops, Will’s seen and touched it all at Pluralsight, making him uniquely suited to lead the people organization. His promotion is a demonstration of the strength of our intentional approach to career development and succession planning, and I’m excited to see what he builds next to create an environment where Pluralsight team members can do the best work of their lives.”
As a member of the executive team, Clive will lead all aspects of Pluralsight’s people strategy and operations. Passionate about transforming HR into a true competitive differentiator, Clive will focus on recruiting and hiring world-class talent, actively developing that talent, and creating a culture of performance.
Wedge, the modern recruiting platform turning video screening into a competitive advantage, today announced the strategic hiring of HR tech industry insiders Barbara Lorenzi and Sean Paulseth as the company builds out its growth team. The move comes weeks after Wedge closed $1.6 M in additional funding to support its accelerated journey to make hiring faster and easier.
Lorenzi and Paulseth join Wedge as Vice Presidents of Sales, set to establish and expand new and existing relationships across verticals and regions. Based in the Atlanta area, Lorenzi brings deep expertise in HR and talent management, having worked most recently as a Client Program Partner at Yochana IT Solutions, a complete staffing and recruitment firm. Throughout her career, Lorenzi has held sales executive roles at Scout Exchange, Partners Consulting and Comcast.