When I Work Stacks The VP Deck


gI_59179_when-i-work-logo-on-whiteWhen I Work has hired three new vice presidents in the areas of technology, human resources and growth.

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LeeAnn Belski has joined the company as VP of talent and culture, after two years as VP of human resources for data-protection firm Arcserve, where she led all HR aspects of the 27-country carve-out from Computer Associates.

Previously, she held HR management positions at HighJump Software and Stellent.

Screen Shot 2016-08-09 at 10.12.08 AMMinnesota native Jason Hable is the new vice president of growth, moving back from San Francisco where he was most recently with online radio streaming site TuneIn as VP of business development.

He joined TuneIn when they acquired Spotly, a social app developer Hable co-founded.

Before that he led a large team at Disney Social Games, overseeing the launch of product across mobile, web and social platforms.


Screen Shot 2016-08-09 at 10.17.45 AMShane Helget brings almost twenty years of experience in building key infrastructure for technology organizations, with battle-tested abilities in overseeing developments in software-as-a-service-based companies.

He joins from Workfront (previously known as AtTask), where he was VP of development.

Prior to that, he was the architect of Optum Health’s cloud infrastructure, and worked at Digital River as VP and Chief Technologist.

When I Work’s scheduling and attendance software helps 50,000 worldwide employers make sure they have the right people, at the right place, at the right time. Formed in 2010 by CEO Chad Halvorson, the venture is aggressively scaling headcount this year after raising $24 million dollars in venture capital.

Just last week, they announced a departure from St. Paul to Minneapolis to be where the action is.


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