Artemis Health and Wayfair presented at the 2020 Virtual Employee Health Care Conference. The discussion focused on how employee feedback can improve employee satisfaction. Watch the session to learn:
Grant Gordon is one of Artemis Health’s founders, and he draws on deep experience in design, user research, software engineering, and data analysis. Prior to Artemis, he also co-founded EnticeLabs, an online advertising optimization company, and RationalIUX, a software user experience design firm. He is passionate about empowering employers to fix healthcare through data access and analytics. Artemis Health offers the tools employers, consultants, and brokers need to find insights and take action with their benefits data.
In her current role, Emily oversees Benefits for Wayfair. She and her team focus on creating an engaging experience for their unique employee population. Emily received her BA in Economics from Boston College. She started her professional career in banking and finance and after 7 years, she made a career change to HR. She began in HR working for growth- and expansion-stage biotech and pharmaceutical companies in Compensation, Benefits, and HRIS. She has also worked in global Benefits roles for a consulting firm and now tech/retail.
Julia Givens is a Benefits Manager at Wayfair's corporate headquarters in Boston. In her role, she actively works to bridge the benefits knowledge gap between Wayfair's corporate and field employees by collaborating with HR teams and partners across North America. Julia received a Bachelor of Arts in Communication from the University of Massachusetts Amherst and began her career in HR as an admin for a fast-growing biotech company. She continued her HR career in with roles in Benefits & Operations at an e-commerce company and at a cloud-based software company before joining Wayfair's team in 2019.