How to Bring Financial Equity to the Workplace

Jan 26th, 2022 @3:00 pm
The hybrid work environment that many companies now face has also affected equity and inclusivity in the workplace. Has technology hampered or helped with increasing equity? In this webinar, Michael Sindicich, GM of TripActions Liquid, sits down with TripActions’ Head of Diversity, Equality, and Inclusion (as well as New York Times best-selling author and Grammy Nominee), Shaka Senghor, to discuss how to bring financial equity to the workplace. Join this session to discover: Key considerations when designing your company’s expense policy - Important factors that companies should think about when designing an expense policy in support of an open culture - Strategies to change or disrupt the legacy status quo


Michael Sindicich

Michael Sindicich is the GM of TripActions Liquid. Prior to his transition into leading the TripActions Liquid product, Michael was the VP of Enterprise Sales for TripActions. He has been with the company for five years, joining as an early employee and the company's first Sales hire.

Shaka Senghor

Head of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion TripActions
Shaka Senghor is the Head of Diversity, Equality and Inclusion at TripActions. His memoir Writing My Wrongs: Life, Death and Redemption in an American Prison debuted on The New York Times and The Washington Post Best Seller Lists. He also is a recurring TEDx speaker and the co-host of the Hustlin' Tech Podcast with Ben Horowitz. Senghor was also named the 2020 Social Justice Warrior of the Year.

How to Bring Financial Equity to the Workplace

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