Navigating worklife in COVID times is taxing enough, but 2020 has seen major disruption beyond the pandemic. For Credit Karma employees in particular, it has been a year of significant change, between the announcement of Intuit’s plan to acquire the company, the mental and emotional fatigue felt by the social injustice gripping the country, adjusting to remote work, and its move from San Francisco to Oakland. As businesses begin to think about the return to the office, it is clear that there is no one-size-fits-all manual for companies to reference. Health and safety protocols will mostly look the same — mask requirements, social distancing, lower capacity numbers — but other major workplace changes we will see, will be much more ambiguous. Join Credit Karma CTO and Co-Founder Ryan Graciano and Credit Karma Chief People Officer Colleen McCreary for a discussion around leadership in uncertain times and how they are navigating this new normal.
Ryan Graciano, Co-Founder & CTO, Credit Karma
Colleen McCreary, Chief People Officer, Credit Karma