LaborChart Hires Key Department Leaders
Growth is the name of the game for LaborChart. The company has added 4 new essential hires in each department and over 20 new employees in 2020.
In June, LaborChart welcomed Tyler Shepherd as the new Director of Sales. Shepherd joins LaborChart with over ten years of experience in sales and account development. Prior to his current position, Shepherd worked as the Director of Sales and Partnerships at Symplr as well as Senior Account Executive at Veriship. Shepherd will focus on developing new opportunities for LaborChart as well as administering LaborChart’s developing sales team, including all account representatives, account executives and platform specialists.
In May, LaborChart appointed Allison Carroll as Director of Marketing. Carroll brings over ten years of marketing experience to LaborChart, having worked with iconic brands such as Marriott International, State Farm, Edward Jones, Lufthansa Airlines and Visit Europe. Prior to LaborChart, Carroll held the position of Marketing Manager at Hallmark Cards Inc., and led the marketing communications strategy for its B2B subsidiary, Hallmark Business Connections.
As LaborChart’s engineering department continues to scale, the organization appointed Blake VanLandingham as Director of Engineering. VanLandingham was the first Kansas State University student to be hired at Google directly out of an undergraduate program. He joined Google as a software engineer intern in New York City and in less than five years, advanced to the role of senior software engineer. Prior to joining LaborChart, VanLandingham also led various engineering projects at Canary Technologies, a software company that specializes in payment and authorization solutions for the hospitality industry.
LaborChart also appointed Director of Customer Experience, Jared Schnefke. Schnefke is an experienced strategy, operations and finance leader who previously moved from North Carolina to lead the LaborChart customer experience team. At his former company, Deloitte Consulting, Schnefke led a team of consultants as project manager alongside senior clients and conducted strategic analysis to drive leading performance. Schnefke is now in a position to aid LaborChart to become the leading provider of workforce management in construction.
“We are very fortunate to have seen such steady growth this year,” says Ben Schultz, CEO of LaborChart. “Adding these leaders to our business reflects the growth we’ve experienced and our mission to improve workforce management standards in the construction industry. We truly believe that adding these key hires to our business will set our customers, and ourselves, up for success.”