59: Mitchell Goh on debt traps, earned wage access and employee benefits

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Mitchell Goh is the founder and CEO of GetPaid, an earned wage access start-up in Singapore. 

A new employee benefit concept in Singapore, it allows employees to access their salaries that they have earned but not yet received.

Mitchell has over 10 years of expertise in the employee benefits space. Prior to this, Mitchell was a trained and practising social worker. 

The cumulation of his experiences is now driving his passion to improve financial wellbeing amongst employees which gave birth to GetPaid.

What I discussed with Mitchell

  • Debt traps
  • Difference between Earned Wage Access vs PayDay Loan
  • Why Earned Wage Access could be the next competitive employee benefits
  • And many more…

Please enjoy!

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