Industry Insights Digital Summit


Data-Driven Decisions. People-Focused Outcomes.

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Please join us for the 2023 Industry Insights Digital Summit — a go-to source for free on-demand recordings and downloadable reference materials tailored to your industry. It’s packed with timely, relevant content focused on empowering your people with the data they need to make informed decisions, optimize performance, and achieve better outcomes.

This is an exclusive opportunity to access thought leadership, expert-led sessions, and innovative solution spotlights. The inspiring, informative content covers the trends and topics that matter most to your industry right now, so you’ll walk away with new ideas and strategies to help your organization — and your people — thrive.

Once you register, you can access Summit recordings and content on demand until December 14, 2023.



The Culture Equation™: How to Build an Intentional Workplace Culture that Powers Your Strategy and Drives Growth

Dr. Jessica Kriegel presents original research done in partnership with Stanford University that demonstrates how you can create an intentional culture to realize significant revenue growth. Through data science, case studies, and humor, she explains an engaging and practical four-step process to achieve real business results through the power of culture. The Culture Equation is the key to realizing real growth and de-mystifying the “woo” of culture. Key takeaways include:

  • An understanding of the three quantifiable variables critical to driving real growth
  • Four steps to cultivating an intentional culture in your workplace
  • A roadmap to take the first steps toward becoming a champion of The Culture Equation


Jessica Kriegel, Chief Scientist of Workplace Culture, Culture Partners


Services & Distribution Session 1

Empower Your People with Data for Better Decision-Making and Performance

Trust is the cornerstone of employee performance — and building a culture of trust starts with transparency and empowerment. John Frehse, Senior Managing Director, Labor Strategy at Ankura, explores how giving employees access to information drives more effective decision-making and performance. You’ll learn:

  • How empowering the workforce through information access drives retention
  • Ways to provide easy seamless access to the information your people expect
  • The role of analytics in helping you make better decisions faster


John Frehse, Senior Managing Director, Labor Strategy, Ankura

Services & Distribution Session 2

Using Data to Tell Meaningful Stories and Drive Positive Change

Leading with data is critical for building a culture of trust and transparency, anticipating trends, justifying decisions, making proactive changes, and helping your managers and employees focus on the right tasks to make a difference. To be actionable and help you set direction, data needs to show the whole picture — beyond just work — and tell a story that people at all organizational levels can understand and act on. Explore ways that HR and business professionals can leverage the power of data to drive positive change, build trust with employees and stakeholders, and directly impact productivity. This is your chance to:

  • Explore how the use of trusted data in HR is vital in today’s world of work
  • Understand how pairing data points can paint a true picture of your workplace
  • Discover why leading with data supports HR and business efforts moving into the future


Julie Develin, SHRM-SCP, GTML, Senior Partner, HCM Advisory & Human Insights at UKG


Public Sector Session 1

Leveraging Data to Increase DEI&B in Talent Management Practices

When it comes to hiring in a diverse and equitable manner, organizations have turned to recruitment tactics to ensure their DEI&B initiatives shine through in their hiring practices. But how can those same organizations safeguard diversity in leadership roles and equitable opportunities for all in the workplace? This session explores how data can help you:

  • Manage diversity in people leader roles
  • Develop current talent for growth
  • Build an inclusive culture of belonging


Neena Kovuru, Strategic HCM Value Consultant, UKG

Shalynne Jackson, Chief Inclusion and Diversity Officer, The City of Oklahoma City

Michaela Doelman, State Chief Human Resources Officer, State of Washington

Public Sector Session 2

Government Affairs: Legislative, Regulatory, and Judicial Issues that Impact Employers and Employees

Back again by popular demand! This is a “can’t miss” session for employers in all industries who like to stay informed on policies related to labor compliance. The speakers cover the gamut of regulations — both existing and proposed — that impact the workforce. This is a great opportunity to catch up and get expert insights on what lies ahead in U.S. workforce legislation and public policy areas such:

  • Department of Labor
  • Equal Employment Opportunity Commission
  • Justice Department
  • Internal Revenue Service


Robert Wennagel, Senior Compliance Advisor, UKG

Judy Luczak, Manager Professional Services Consulting, UKG

Robert Greene, Senior HCM Value Consultant, UKG

Neil Reichenberg, Former Executive Director, IPMA-HR


Manufacturing Session 1

Factory of the Future: Enabling the Frontline Worker through Flexible Scheduling

In today’s tight labor market, attracting and retaining talent is a top priority for manufacturers. That’s why many are taking steps to optimize processes, upskill their frontline workforce, invest in the end-user experience, and empower their teams through digital technology. This “Frontline Worker Success Formula” increases engagement and retention, enhances customer experiences, and improves productivity and profitability. This session covers:

  • An introduction to the concept of flexible scheduling
  • What tools and enablers are available to support flexible scheduling
  • How leading organizations are deploying flexible scheduling to improve the employee experience


Patrick Quinlan, Talent & Organization Industry & WFM Lead, Accenture

Manufacturing Session 2

Employer of Choice: Carlex Drives People Strategy for a Competitive Edge

Carlex Glass America, a leading automotive supplier, is guided by a relentless focus on safety, teamwork, excellence, trust, and delivering high-quality products to their customers. Kelley Doss, Payroll, Benefits & HRIS Director at Carlex, discusses how her company drives its people strategy by empowering employees with everything they need to excel in their professional and personal lives — and how technology supports these efforts. Learn how Carlex’s people-focused practices have positioned the company as an employer of choice by:

  • Creating a better experience for frontline workers
  • Delivering on employee expectations for improved recruiting and retention
  • Improving how supervisors manage the plant floor using workforce management technology


Kelley Doss, Payroll, Benefits, & HRIS Director, Carlex Glass America


Spencer Madden, Industry Marketing Manager, UKG


Retail, Hospitality, and Food Service Session 1

Navigating Compliance in Retail, Hospitality, and Food Service

Retail, Hospitality, and Food Service companies face a daunting web of regulations as lawmakers at the local, state, and federal levels seek to influence and regulate how employees are scheduled, tasked, and paid. Business leaders must create and enforce policies and procedures that ensure their organization is compliant today — and plan for what could change in the future.

Hear how one of the largest privately-owned dining groups in the U.S. navigates these complexities using technology and best practices to protect the business and ensure their people feel fully supported at work. This session dives into the latest regulations and explores:

  • How to navigate regulations on Fair Work Week scheduling and Paid Leave, including compliance considerations when crafting a policy
  • The role HR technology can play in simplifying compliance and creating a culture of trust and transparency
  • Trends happening around AI and Data Privacy regulations as well as a review of recent influential decisions


Robert Wennagel, UKG Senior Compliance Advisor

Ethan Samson, Executive Partner, Vice President & General Counsel, Lettuce Entertain You Restaurants

Retail, Hospitality, and Food Service Session 2

GenAI Impact on the Retail Workforce of the Future

Generative AI (GenAI) has the potential to transform the retail, hospitality, and food service industries by automating and augmenting tasks, improving customer experiences, and empowering frontline and back-office talent with valuable insights and more meaningful work. Join experts from Accenture as they discuss:

  • Industry trends driving GenAI use cases that impact the customer and employee experience
  • How key roles can be transformed by Large Language Models (LLMs)
  • Prioritizing GenAI to improve employee engagement, retention, and operational efficiency
  • Frontline use cases for new workforce management technologies


Eileen Hanrahan, WFM Ecosystem Associate Director, Accenture  
Gerarda Van Kirk, Retail Talent and Organizational Lead, Accenture


Healthcare Session 1

Optimizing Schedules for Equitable Workloads and Wellbeing

Healthcare organizations are realizing significant benefits by using UKG Advanced Scheduling and its Clinical Scheduling Extensions to create a centralized staffing office, build schedules, improve resource allocation, and equitably distribute staff. Learn how UKG® solutions empower healthcare organizations to:

  • Better balance patient-care workloads
  • Support the wellbeing of clinicians and staff
  • Improve the employee experience with mobile access and self-service


Chris Haviland, BSN, MS, RN, Healthcare Workforce Solutions Consultant, UKG

Corrie Halas, MSN, RN, Regional Nurse Executive, UKG

Healthcare Session 2

Digital Transformation: One Health System's Journey Featuring Mercy

Healthcare is undergoing transformative change and delivering an exceptional employee experience is critical to ensuring success. Many organizations are embracing digital transformation initiatives to rethink how they leverage technology for driving efficiencies and creating a more agile workforce. In this session, you'll learn how Mercy, one of the 20 largest health systems in the U.S., is:

  • Working to better meet rapidly changing workload
  • Responding to evolving workforce needs
  • Implementing technology to help their organization — and their people — thrive


Nanne M Finis RN MS, Chief Nurse Executive, UKG 
Scott Richert, Chief Information Officer, Mercy 
Betty Jo Rocchio, Senior VP and System Chief Nursing Officer, Mercy


Solution Spotlight

Public Safety Workforce Scheduling with UKG TeleStaff Cloud

UKG TeleStaffTM Cloud is an automated public safety scheduling solution that helps improve rapid response, employee engagement, fairness, and transparency.

Check out this solution spotlight to learn how UKG TeleStaff Cloud can help you:

  • Optimize staffing with automated ruled-based scheduling and integrated communications
  • Simplify scheduling of complex shifts while managing compliance — all in a single integrated platform
  • Easily view up-to-date, personalized employee data including bid preferences, certifications, and real-time schedules
  • Generate, conduct, and award time-off bids — fairly and efficiently — to reduce manual administrative work


Meredith Bozarth, Workforce Solution Consultant, UKG

Solution Spotlight

Improve the Branch Experience with UKG Banking Solutions

UKG Banking Solutions provides banks and credit unions with the tools to monitor, evaluate, and elevate their customer and member experience while boosting employee performance.

Check out this solution spotlight to learn how UKG Banking Solutions provides:

  • Access to real-time insights to improve sales and service by capturing, measuring, and managing performance data and cross-selling efforts
  • Easy access to phone, virtual, or in-branch customer or member appointments — at a convenient time and date — via web or mobile device
  • Real-time visibility into current wait times and access to self-service tools such as sign-in from a tablet, kiosk, or QR code


Allison Mangini, Senior Workforce Solution Consultant, UKG

Solution Spotlight

Build a Culture of Belonging with UKG Talk

UKG Talk™ is an innovative collaboration and communication platform that transforms engagement into an inclusive employee experience.

Check out this solution spotlight to learn how UKG Talk can help you:

  • Communicate with employees in multiple ways including company-wide announcements, direct messaging, or group chats between teams
  • Create employee groups based on shared common interests, hobbies, and teams to bring people closer together
  • Connect with employees on a deeper level by listening and gathering feedback, celebrating achievements, and collecting ideas on select topics
  • Measure communication impact and engagement with key metrics that help guide communication strategies based on effectiveness, trending content, and top contributors


Ryan Hoppe, Solution Consultant, UKG

Solution Spotlight

Optimize Healthcare Provider and Staff Scheduling with UKG EZCall

UKG EZCall® simplifies and streamlines scheduling processes, allowing your providers and clinical staff to focus on delivering high-quality patient care.

Check out this solution spotlight to learn how UKG EZCall can help you:

  • Delivers a single enterprise provider and staff scheduling solution that breaks down silos for improved flexibility, visibility, and efficiency
  • Integrates with a variety of systems that can improve the accuracy of time and pay — while reducing costs and minimizing compliance risk
  • Reduces provider burnout and fatigue through real-time schedule access and management


Chris Musick, Senior Presales Solution Consultant, UKG

Solution Spotlight

Gain Visibility and Create Trust with UKG Pro Pay and Workforce Management

Imagine having complete visibility at every step of your workforce management and payroll journey — from scheduling to cash flow — creating trust and ensuring accurate pay for all employees.

Check out this solution spotlight to learn how UKG Pro® Pay and Workforce Management provides a holistic, single-threaded solution that:

  • Fosters a high-trust culture
  • Focuses on high-frequency moments that matter such as shift swaps, PTO requests, pay, tax form access, and more
  • Delivers tangible (and intangible) returns to an organization’s bottom line


Gavin Reeg, Lead HCM Solutions Consultant, UKG

Solution Spotlight

Help Your People Achieve Financial Wellness with UKG Wallet

Money issues are a major source of stress for hundreds of millions of workers. The impacts of financial stress often manifest in the workplace as distraction, disengagement, absenteeism, lost productivity, and even higher turnover — resulting in an estimated combined cost to employers of $300 million. At UKG, we believe financial wellness begins long before payday.

Check out this solution spotlight to learn how UKG Wallet™ can help your organization:

  • Make pay accessible to your people when they need it most
  • Empower and support employee financial wellness
  • Provide meaningful work experiences that help your people feel valued and supported.


Luke Holec, Director of Channel Partnerships, Payactiv



UKG Workforce Institute: Your Go-To Source for Industry Insights

As the world of work continues to evolve, your organization’s leaders need to stay on top of HR trends, management practices, employee expectations, and strategies for creating a people-focused culture. Learn more about the UKG Workforce Institute and the myriad resources it offers to help drive organizational growth and performance through an emphasis on people. Find out how you can connect to valuable and engaging content including:

  • Independent and third-party research that will help you create great workplace experiences
  • Blogs, eBooks, guides, newsletters, and assessments written by industry experts
  • The People Purpose Podcast featuring insights and real-life stories from the work of HR, business, leadership, and technology


Dr. Jarik Conrad, VP, Human Insights, UKG

In addition to serving as The Workforce Institute's executive director, Dr. Jarik Conrad, Ed.D., SPHR, SHRM-CSP, NACD. DC, is vice president of human insights at UKG, leading a team of former HR practitioners, business leaders, and consultants who are distinguished experts in the HCM field and uniquely qualified to help leadership teams reach their organizational goals. With an acute pulse on industry trends, best practices, and technological innovations, Jarik and his team serve as liaisons, trusted advisors, and thought leaders who help to shape HR industry conversations and direction.

Dr. Jessica Kriegel

Chief Scientist of Workplace Culture

Culture Partners

For more than 15 years, Jessica has been guiding global, national, Fortune 100, and other organizations across finance, technology, real estate, and healthcare industries on the path to creating intentional cultures that accelerate performance. With experience as a global consultant for a human capital management solutions provider, and consistently seeing leaders fail to reach financial goals, Jessica set out on a personal mission to 'quantify culture.' Her doctoral research and consulting engagements with Oracle, Toyota, Lockheed Martin, Federal Reserve, and Bank of America to name a few, led to the Culture Equation - a tested model where strategy combined with culture to deliver consistent results.

Dr. Jarik Conrad

VP, Human Insights


In addition to serving as The Workforce Institute's executive director, Dr. Jarik Conrad, Ed.D., SPHR, SHRM-CSP, NACD. DC, is vice president of human insights at UKG, leading a team of former HR practitioners, business leaders, and consultants who are distinguished experts in the HCM field and uniquely qualified to help leadership teams reach their organizational goals. With an acute pulse on industry trends, best practices, and technological innovations, Jarik and his team serve as liaisons, trusted advisors, and thought leaders who help to shape HR industry conversations and direction.

John Frehse

Senior Managing Director, Labor Strategy


With over 25 years of experience focused specifically on labor and operation strategy, John has developed and implemented strategies for more than 100 companies, delivering innovative labor solutions to corporate leaders that incorporate employee needs. John’s professional philosophy is that people are the most valuable resource of every company, and his experience has proven that to create long-term success, a thoughtful and methodical approach to labor must be created. John sits on the board of The Workforce Institute at UKG, is a thought leader for its think tank, and is a member of the advisory board for’s Workforce Management practice.

Julie Develin, SHRM-SCP, GTML

Senior Partner, HCM Advisory & Human Insights


With more than 17 years of experience as an HR executive focused on improving workplace culture and enhancing the employee experience, Julie helps organizations implement strategic employee workplace initiatives to enhance productivity, improve communication, and increase satisfaction across the workforce. Julie continues to work today as an adjunct professor in the human resources management and human services management programs. She is also the co-host of The People Purpose Podcast—a show that focuses on all things people at work.

Neena Kovuru

Strategic HCM Value Consultant


Neena is a committed Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion advocate who creates value for business stakeholders via insightful analysis, cross-functional partnerships, implementation of structured data-mining processes, and an unwavering focus on attracting, developing, and engaging talent.  Due to her experience in technology and HR, she has been able to develop a culture of data-driven decision-making by harnessing technological innovation and advancing the initiatives of all organizations while ensuring solid diverse inclusive culture and vision that values equity and promotes multiculturalism.

Shalynne Jackson

Chief Inclusion and Diversity Officer

The City of Oklahoma City

Shalynne serves as the City of Oklahoma City's first Chief Inclusion and Diversity Officer. Prior to joining the City of OKC, Shalynne supported strategic I&D initiatives for multiple Fortune 500 companies.She has served as TAHRA’s VP of Diversity and is currently the Diversity Chair for the Oklahoma Human Resources State Council (OKHR). In addition, Shalynne serves on Schnake Turnbo Franks I&D Advisory Committee and on the board of ReMerge - a comprehensive diversion program.

Michaela Doelman

State Chief Human Resources Officer

State of Washington

Michaela has more than 16 years of HR and public service experience in State Government. As a first-generation, biracial American, she began her HR career working as a recruiter with a passion for trying to build systems and processes that helped ensure that every person had a fair and equal chance at employment. She has carried that passion for building equitable systems and workplace cultures where everyone can belong throughout her career.

Judy Luczak

Manager Professional Services Consulting


Judith has contributed her expertise in Human Capital Management focused on Human Resources not only her current employer, UKG, but through her positions within American Payroll and SHRM. She serves as a SHRM A-Team Captain as well as a member of the APA’s Government Relations Task force and numerous industry subcommittees.

Robert Greene

Senior HCM Value Consultant


Bob’s 44 years in the human capital management industry have been spent in practitioner, consultant, and vendor/partner roles. As a practitioner, he managed payroll for a 5,000-person bank in New Jersey. As a consultant, he spent 8 years with Towers Perrin (WTW today) advising customers in HRMS, payroll & benefits system design, and acquisition strategies. As a vendor/partner, he has had prominent roles in sales support, marketing, and product management at many software companies.

Neil Reichenberg

Former Executive Director


Neil worked for IPMA-HR, for almost four decades. He is currently an adjunct instructor at George Mason University teaching a graduate public human resource management class, writes a twice-monthly HR public policy/legal column for the Human Resource Certification Institute, and speaks and writes about human resources and legal issues. He is a graduate of the University of Maryland and New York Law School and has been admitted to the Bar in New York and the District of Columbia.

Patrick Quinlan

Talent & Organization Industry & WFM Lead


Patrick brings more than 25 years of WFM experience. With his deep understanding of WFM governance, best practices, and trends, as well as his strong focus on the workforce needs of today’s frontline manufacturing workforce, Patrick has helped numerous clients achieve performance objectives and realize sustained WFM success. He is highly experienced in assessments, strategic planning, and UKG technology implementations, and brings deep familiarity with WFM, HCM, Payroll, HR, and benefits solutions.

Kelley Doss

Payroll, Benefits, & HRIS Director

Carlex Glass America

Kelley has over 18 years of experience in the fields of payroll, benefits, and HRIS. Her favorite part of her job is helping others by finding efficiencies in their work life. She has union and non-union experience as well as all frequencies of payroll processing.

Spencer Madden

Industry Marketing Manager


Spencer focuses exclusively on the manufacturing sector, exploring trends and challenges prevalent in the industry. He works closely with industry associations and the UKG manufacturing customer base to keep a pulse on the sector and how organizations can leverage technology to address some of their critical business challenges, particularly when it comes to the pervasive talent struggles inherent in manufacturing.

Robert Wennagel

Senior Compliance Advisor


Robert is an attorney based in California and has spent his career advising employers on best practices regarding wage and hour laws, anti-discrimination, and employee privacy. 

Ethan Samson

Executive Partner, Vice President & General Counsel

Lettuce Entertain You Restaurants

Ethan started with Lettuce as an intern, and upon graduating college, he immediately started as a Staff Accountant for Lettuce. While working, he received his JD and spent four years working as a Corporate Attorney specializing in Mergers and Acquisitions at Reed Smith LLP. Ethan then re-joined Lettuce in the legal department. Since his return, Ethan has had the opportunity to be on the frontlines of the company’s growth by participating in the negotiations of new projects and helping the operations teams work through ever-changing regulations and a multitude of other legal matters.

Eileen Hanrahan

WFM Ecosystem Associate Director


In her current role, she leads the go-to-market strategy & execution alongside subject matter experts to fill untapped markets, capturing & promoting clients’ success in achieving operational and financial wins, and collaborating with partners to support shared client goals. With the help of her team, she focuses on forward-thinking ideas and practical strategies to help the industries they serve including healthcare, manufacturing, retail, and financial services.

Gerarda Van Kirk

Retail Talent and Organizational Lead


Over the past 28 years, Gerarda has held many leadership roles in Accenture’s Talent and Organization Change practice including shaping go-to-market solutions, building global talent, and achieving sales and delivery targets. She has partnered closely with business leaders of many global Fortune 500 companies to prepare business leaders and teams to achieve business results. In her current role, she is responsible for growing/developing the team and realizing business value for our clients.

Chris Haviland, BSN, MS, RN

Healthcare Workforce Solutions Consultant


Chris has extensive clinical background experience and knowledge. Prior to joining UKG, he managed a 250+ employee float pool, a 65+ unit staffing office, a transport department, and an acute care nursing department at a multi-campus health system. Chris incorporates his 28 years of nursing experience into telling relatable stories and demonstrating how UKG solves business issues across the continuum of care.

Corrie Halas, MSN, RN

Regional Nurse Executive & Clinical Strategist


Prior to joining UKG, Corrie served in leadership roles of increasing responsibility at select academic medical centers in Colorado and Massachusetts, including clinical operational roles and nursing leadership roles during her 27-year nursing career. Corrie also served as an adjunct professor at Colorado Mountain College where she proudly cultivated the next generation of nurses.

Nanne M Finis RN MS

Chief Nurse Executive


Nanne applies her strong foundational knowledge of the global healthcare system to advance the application of innovative technology to create more meaningful and connected work experiences for all healthcare employees. A forty-year industry executive consistently focused on nursing and patient care delivery, Nanne is passionate about building and leading a culture of innovation and collaboration across clinical, operational, and administrative environments, and has committed her career to driving improvements in the healthcare system.

Scott Richert

Chief Information Officer


Scott is transforming the role of the technology organization to enable a consumer-centric delivery of digital capabilities that will provide personalized, predictive, and proactive care to those they’re privileged to serve. Serving in various roles within Mercy (one of the top five large U.S. health systems) for over 30 years Scott has successfully implemented innovative technology solutions that have helped transform healthcare at Mercy all while delivering on the promise of reliable, scalable, and cost-effective technology services for his organization.

Betty Jo Rocchio

Senior VP and System Chief Nursing Officer


Betty Jo is passionate about technology and analytics to assist nursing and clinical teams in patient care to drive optimal outcomes. In her tenure at Mercy, she has worked with a software company to co-develop an automated inventory management system to reduce nurse workload while adopting scanning technology to improve efficiency in an operating room. Betty Jo is currently working on a nursing workforce strategy that includes matching patient demand and a “GIG” nursing workforce with a modern nurse-focused company that has the platform to support efficient and effective deployment.

Meredith Bozarth

Workforce Solution Consultant


Meredith began her career in public safety scheduling in 2007 as part of the TeleStaff team. During her 16-year career within UKG, she has held multiple roles including, Senior Workforce Solution Consultant, Practice Manager, and implementation Solution Consultant and Project Manager.

Allison Mangini

Senior Workforce Solution Consultant


Allison has over 20 years of experience in retail banking. Prior to joining UKG in 2019, she led a branch operations department and supported a network of almost 20 branches for a large credit union. In her current role, she uses her previous banking experience to assess current business challenges and present solutions to enhance customer experience, improve front and back-office efficiencies, and increase revenue.

Ryan Hoppe

Solution Consultant


Ryan has been a consultant at UKG for over 6 years. He has a strong background in Retail and Hospitality, focused on rightsizing people-centric workforce solutions to achieve desired customer outcomes.

Chris Musick

Senior Presales Solution Consultant


Chris began his career in healthcare in 2012 as part of the EZCall team. He came to UKG with the acquisition of EZCall in 2015, and in that time has held multiple roles including, Senior Solution Consultant and Lead Demand Generation Program Manager.

Gavin Reeg

Lead HCM Solutions Consultant


Gavin joined UKG in 2016, bringing with him nearly 4 years of experience working within the Public Sector and Healthcare industries and 5+ years working within the HCM space. Gavin’s main role at UKG is to help the entire Enterprise Sales team with support throughout their sales cycle by providing HCM product recommendations and best practices to prospects and existing clients to help them overcome their business issues. 

Luke Holec

Director of Channel Partnerships


Luke came to Payactiv looking to bring years of relationship-building to a company that shared his desire to make an impact. Throughout his tenure, Payactiv has given him the avenue to guide employers down the path of bringing financial relief to employees across the country. By working with partners like UKG, Luke can work alongside one of the most respected names that are on a mission to create positive change for the financially stressed.

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