Interview with Amanda Lannert, CEO at Jellyvision

Effective employee communication and decision support are integral for all businesses today. Amanda Lannert, CEO at Jellyvision shares her insights on how the massive explosion of the HR Tech space is redefining the HR function, and provides solutions from employees’ financial decision making and  consumer healthcare to retirement policies and waste reduction. She outlines how organizations can leverage technology to implement benefits administration and healthcare plans.


Elon Musk Is Right, Artificial Intelligence is Growing Like Crazy

November 29, 2017 Tags: , , ,

Tesla and SpaceX CEO Elon Musk is renowned for making dire predictions about how artificial intelligence will be a threat to humankind. While it’s not yet self-evolving to the point of being an imminent danger, in 2017 AI did grow like crazy. At least that’s the topic several CEOs wanted to mention when asked what they saw as the biggest trends in tech this year.


Pitch perfect: How 4 Chicago tech companies help their sales teams grow

November 17, 2017 Tags: , ,

Jellyvision, whose software guides employees at large companies through difficult decisions about health benefits and finances, trains its salespeople to be “kind hustlers.” Sure, they work hard to land deals, but the goal is to do so while still striving to live up to the company’s motto: “be helpful.” To help maintain that value across its team, Jellyvision pairs new salespeople with colleagues who mentor them.


Graceful Leave Policy: An Interview with Amanda Lannert, CEO of Jellyvision

November 15, 2017 Tags:

Amanda Lannert is the CEO of Jellyvision, a company widely known and respected as an employer of choice due to their innovative people practices, one of which is their “Graceful Leave Policy.” On this episode of The Best Team Wins Podcast, find out why Amanda believes they are an employer of choice, how to part ways with respect and dignity, how to attract the best people for your company and so much more.


How a former video game designer reprogrammed employee benefits

November 10, 2017 Tags: , , ,

You’d be hard-pressed to find a story quite like Harry Gottlieb’s in the HR industry.

A self-taught filmmaker after graduating college, he went on to found software house Jellyvision and soon after developed its smash hit CD-ROM trivia game, “You Don’t Know Jack.” The game’s combination of wit, humor and both highbrow niceties and pop culture earned it an established place in the 1990s computer gaming community.