Via News Release
“MINNEAPOLIS — April 20, 2017— When I Work, the easiest way to schedule, track time and communicate with hourly workers, announces the appointment of Chip Pearson to its board of directors. Pearson, the chairman, co-founder and current board member of Jamf in Minneapolis, joins Leadpages COO John Tedesco, Drive Capital’s Nick Solaro, e.ventures cofounder Tom Gieselmann, and When I Work founder and CEO Chad Halvorson on the software-as- a-service company’s board.”
“We’re so pleased to have access to Chip’s depth of expertise for guidance as When I Work pushes to achieve exponential growth,” says Chad Halvorson. “Chip’s accomplishments — founding Jamf and leading it through the same stages When I Work is navigating today — make him a perfect source of perspective and advice on how to build a winning company culture and go-to- market strategy. Jamf’s service approach to different business segments also maps well for our targeted businesses across different segments and verticals.”
“I’m honored to join When I Work’s board, and help contribute to the success of its innovative developments in the SaaS space — there’s incredible momentum with this business. It’s led by the type of founder that makes the Minnesota startup community an amazing place to work,” says Chip Pearson, who joined the board effective March 8.
“The When I Work platform and the company’s new messaging service, WorkChat, have tremendous potential to improve the experience of employees at small-to- medium-sized businesses. I look forward to supporting the company’s continuing success as it continues to scale rapidly and expand its offerings.”
About When I Work When I Work is the easiest way to schedule, track time and communicate with hourly employees. More than 75,000 workplaces worldwide rely on When I Work to make sure they have the right people, at the right place, at the right time, making work life better for more than half a million hourly employees and their managers.
The company is adding approximately 10,000 new users weekly. Approximately 85 percent of businesses still use spreadsheets and paper and pencil systems for time tracking. When I Work improves employee-manager relationships while removing the common challenges of managing hourly teams—making teams more efficient, more accountable and