As head of the groundbreaking flex talent firm We Are Rosie, founder Stephanie Nadi Olson has a vision for the future of work: when companies connect with their employees’ passions as well as their experience, they can create a more inclusive, innovative, flexible, and liberated workforce. In this episode of Connected & Ready, host Gemma Milne talks with Stephanie about the central role remote work plays not only in her vision of the future, but her own company’s culture and how they serve their clients today.
We Are Rosie says bottom line: “The employee servant era is coming to an end.”
“We need more awareness…but brands are jumping on Juneteenth just because they see the opportunity,” Corean Canty, chief operating officer at We Are Rosie told us.
We Are Rosie’s Rosie Report survey found that more than two-thirds (68%) said they felt they were “doing their best work” while working from home during the pandemic.
Stephanie Nadi Olson is the founder of We Are Rosie – a network of 6,500 marketing professionals who are already experiencing the future of work. She started her business with $10,000 and turned it into a 7 figure machine.
Minority Report Podcast: Ep 93 – Stephanie Nadi Olson, Founder of We Are Rosie: Connecting talent to opportunity
Episode 93 features Stephanie Nadi Olson, Founder of We Are Rosie, and 2020 Ad Age Visionary of the Year. Stephanie founded We Are Rosie to support extraordinary people while providing and promoting work culture that treats everyone with dignity, access to flexibility, and equal opportunity.
As a flexible talent marketplace serving CMOs, Olson started We Are Rosie to show the marketing industry that a diverse workforce is an asset, and that allowing employees to tackle work with more agility yields stronger results.