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Jo Lynn Clemens

Jo Lynn Clemens
Jo Lynn Clemens is the CEO and Founder of I’ve Been Vetted, a company that helps companies improve risk management of employees with a risk scoring platform called, Risk Karma.

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Summary

Today I talk with Jo Lynn Clemens who is CEO and Founder of I’ve Been Vetted, a company that helps companies improve risk management of employees with a risk scoring platform called , Risk Karma. Like many other successful startups, Clemens found a need and sought to fill that need by providing a scoring system to help companies reduce risks in one of the most expensive areas of risk management -- employee behavior.

Jo Lynn came to entrepreneurship after the death of her father, when she sought more work flexibility while she settled his estate. Using what she learned in her previous jobs in insurance and risk management and as an auditor with Lloyd’s of London, she set about developing tools to help companies better manage their risks in human resources.  Clemens finds one of the keys to her success is employing efficient processes and building relationships with clients.

Now Let’s get better together

Actions to Try or Advice to Take

  • Customer service and building relationships is key to business success. I’ve Been Vetted ensures companies have the resources they need to implement the platform and plans a regular follow-up to move them forward.
  • Employ process management. Documenting and automating processes can be one of the keys to startup success.
  • If you’re an employee looking to make the shift to entrepreneurship, use knowledge, expertise, contacts, and opportunities in your current workplace to find out where there is a need and figure out how to fill it.

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