Worker-first platform WorkWhile has raised $13 million dollars in a Series A round led by Reach Capital. WorkWhile says it connects the right workers to the right shifts. Hourly workers can use the company's platform to choose when, where and how they want to work. WorkWhile also says it hopes to help companies address the current labor shortage in the U.S. Jarah Euston, CEO and founder of WorkWhile, joins Cheddar News' Closing Bell to discuss.