HRchat Podcast - Interviews with HR, Talent and Tech Experts

The Great Resignation and Gig Work w/ Tiffany Pham, Mogul

December 10, 2021 The HR Gazette Season 1 Episode 373
HRchat Podcast - Interviews with HR, Talent and Tech Experts
The Great Resignation and Gig Work w/ Tiffany Pham, Mogul
Show Notes

In this HRchat episode, we look at ways to empower unrepresented groups in the workplace and consider tech to help level the playing field. 

Bill Banham's guest is Tiffany Pham, Founder & CEO of Mogul, a leading diversity recruitment company. She developed the first version of Mogul, which through its patent-pending inventions now enables recruitment access to over 430MM women and diverse professionals across 195 countries. Praised by Sheryl Sandberg as “the number one platform” and referred to as "the perfect business" by Melinda Gates, Mogul is backed by investors SoftBank, Hearst Corporation, the Founders of Comcast, LinkedIn Learning, and Match.com.

A TV personality, Tiffany has been a Judge on the TLC TV Show "Girl Starter" and is a cast member on The History Channel TV Shows “The Machines That Built America” and "The Toys That Built America." In 2021, she became the face of Lexus, appearing in their “More Than Intelligence” TV campaign. She has appeared across advertising campaigns for Asana, Amazon Audible, Naturalizer, Dell, Captain Morgan, Visa, LUNA, Bumble and bumble, and GoDaddy.

Questions For Tiffany Include:

  • You've had side hustles in your career. Share your story. Can you also suggest why it's important for young women who are starting out in their careers to get a wide variety of experiences in different fields, and how that approach ultimately benefited your career?
  • How much of The Great Resignation and the scramble for talent do you attribute to the rise of the gig economy since the start of Covid? 
  • As a successful CEO and author of two books, what advice do you have for our listeners about how to achieve their goals?
  • What trends do you see happening in the year ahead for HR and Talent pros?



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