Jane Seibel is the founder and principal of Flex-Friendly Certification. She is an accomplished entrepreneur who has over 15 years' experience in entrepreneurship with a concentration in recruiting. In addition to founding Flex-Friendly Certification she invented a product sold nationally for 12 years and founded an executive staffing firm which was sold in 2008. In 2008 Jane received Working Mother Magazine-Best Women Owned Business Award.
In addition to her entrepreneurial experience, Jane has worked in various recruiting positions - most recently as a recruiter in Higher Education. She is a certified DEIB Trainer and has consulted nationally with various non-profits and educational organizations.
Scott Behson, PhD, is a professor of management and Silberman Global Faculty Fellow at Fairleigh Dickinson University, and a leading expert in work-life, wellness, and flexible workplaces. He's the author of three books, most recently, The Whole-Person Workplace: Building Better Workplaces Through Work-Life, Wellness and Employee Support.
Scott is an accomplished speaker and consultant who has worked with leading companies on workplace flexibility programs and building supportive work cultures, He was a featured speaker at the UN’s International Day of the Family and the White House’s Summit for Working Families.
In addition to his academic publications, his work appears at HBR, Time, Fast Company, Success, Workspan, and the WSJ, and he has appeared on NBC, CBS, MSNBC, NPR, and Bloomberg Radio, as well as many leading HR and business podcasts. He’s worked with the states of New York and New Jersey and with leading advocacy groups for enhanced parental leave policies. Scott co-founded FDU’s undergraduate program in human resources management, has won 8 awards for his scholarship, teaching, and service to students, and has taught in Paris, Zagreb, Lille, and Monaco. Learn more at: ScottBehson.com
START ATTRACTING MORE TALENT AND GET THEM IN THE DOOR WITH STORYTELLING. CultureHQ built a novel storytelling platform that helps organizations attract higher-quality talent and get them in the door faster using storytelling. HBR shows that 9 in 10 candidates want to hear from your employees before they decide to engage with you. When you show the right employee stories in the places candidates live, you don’t just drive more awareness — you get more candidates and fill roles faster. CultureHQ.com