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Meet Namely: Rachel Giberson

At Namely, our coworkers are one of the top reasons we love what we do. The Meet Namely series spotlights real Namely employees across the company. Read on to learn how our employees are helping us build better workplaces.

Meet Dan Murphy, Namely’s CFO

A company’s investment in its people is often one of its largest. A SHRM survey found that human capital costs account for nearly 70% of a company’s operating expenses. For a growing company, like Namely, the role of CFO is a key member of the leadership team.

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Meet Namely: Jorge De La Nuez

At Namely, our coworkers are one of the top reasons we love what we do. The Meet Namely series spotlights real Namely employees across the company. Read on to learn how our employees are helping us build better workplaces.

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Meet Namely: Rhiannon Lococo

At Namely, our coworkers are one of the top reasons we love what we do. The Meet Namely series spotlights real Namely employees across the company. Read on to learn how our employees are helping us build better workplaces.

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Meet Namely: Shaq McMillon

At Namely, our coworkers are one of the top reasons we love what we do. The Meet Namely series spotlights real Namely employees across the company. Read on to learn how our employees are helping us build better workplaces.

Meet Matthew Monahan, Namely’s VP of Benefits

For today’s workforce, benefits are a driving force in how employees feel about their employer. 57% of employees say that benefits and perks are among their top considerations before accepting a job. When done well, benefits can drive employee engagement, increase retention, and help build the positive culture of HR professionals' dreams.

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Humanizing Tech: Namely's CTO Shares What Technology Means to Her

I first chose technology as my career path because of its ability to help people. My father led an organization of engineers at the FAA who wrote code for the Navigational Radar system, code that literally kept anyone on a domestic airplane safe. I grew up going into his office, interacting with the engineers and in awe of their responsibility. The promise of technology is threefold: to help us do things more efficiently and accurately, to make us better informed, and to keep people connected. Technology should enable our personal growth and improve our lives, but in order to do that, it needs to be intuitive and approachable.