It’s no secret that the pandemic has upended almost every aspect of how we work. What might be surprising is that many of the changes we are seeing today were already beginning before the world ever heard about COVID-19. Whatever the catalyst, what we are currently witnessing in offices and homes across the country is probably the most significant shift in how people approach work since the industrial revolution sparked the 9 to 5, five-day work week over 250 years ago.
Our rapidly shifting work landscape has far-reaching implications on everything from employees’ work-life balance to how companies manage people to corporate bottom lines. In this session, Paylocity CEO Steven Beauchamp talks about the many pressing issues facing company leaders right now as most employees continue to work in a largely virtual setting. He addresses questions such as how to change the way you connect with your colleagues, how to onboard new team members, how to change the way you manage people, how to engage with virtual presentations, and how to continue to grow your company and talent base in a competitive marketplace. We also discuss working with Gen Z, who are now entering the workforce with very different ideas and expectations about work – which includes a strong disdain for email culture. Learn this and more from Steven as he shares tips from those companies that have made the successful transition to working virtually.
About Steven Beauchamp
As CEO, Steve oversees every aspect of our business. Since joining Paylocity in 2007, Steve led the way in getting Paylocity to where it is today. From customer service to sales to product development, he’s ultimately accountable for the vision and execution of our entire operation. Steve’s experience in the industry spans more than 15 years. Prior to joining Paylocity, Steve spent several years at Paychex, having served as VP of Product Management and was a Corporate Officer. In his role there, Steve was responsible for all product strategy and development as well as all corporate acquisitions. His resume also includes having served as Vice President of Payroll Operations for Advantage Payroll, the fourth-largest payroll company in America at that time, managing 21 offices and serving more than 50,000 clients across the country. Additionally, Steve spent three years in operations management with ADP Canada, where he was named 1997 “Employee of the Year.”
A proud native of North Bay, Ontario, Canada, Steve holds a Bachelor of Business Administration from Wilfrid Laurier University and a Master of Business Administration from Queen’s University. Both universities are located in Ontario, Canada.