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Brett Barlow – Rethinking Payment Practices

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Show Topic:

In onboarding employees, one question that is often at top of mind for an applicant is what is the pay rate and how often does payment occur?

Imagine if the response to the second question was—daily. Specifically, once an employee finishes their work for the day and inputs their hours, their pay is deposited into their bank account before they’re sitting down to dinner.

While many companies maintain their weekly or bi-weekly pay cycles without giving the process a second thought, our current culture is requiring employers to re-think not just how much they compensate employees, but also, how often.

On this episode of HR Power Hour, join Tawny Alvarez in a conversation about this very topic with Brett Barlow, CEO of Everee, a fintech company that is disrupting the two-week pay cycle by making it easy to pay workers instantly.

About The Guest:

Brett Barlow is the CEO of Everee, a fintech company that’s disrupting the two-week pay cycle by making it easy to pay workers instantly. He has over 25 years of experience leading SaaS businesses and consumer brands.

As CEO, Brett is responsible for business and go-to-market strategy, future planning, company culture, and strategic partnerships. Under his leadership, the company raised a $10M Series A financing round in April 2020 and has tripled its revenue in the last 12 months. Before joining Everee, Brett was a seasoned marketing executive who built a reputation for creating brands that customers love.

He served as Chief Brand Officer at Pluralsight, where he was responsible for scaling the marketing organization and helping take the company public in 2018. Brett also held leadership roles at Skullcandy, which he grew to a $500M brand and led through their IPO, and Hewlett-Packard. He’s been named a Marketing Executive of the Year by the American Business Awards and Sales & Marketer of the Year by Utah Business magazine.

When Brett isn’t working, he enjoys spending time with his wife and three children. You might find him traveling, rooting for the Utah Utes or making turns on the slopes.