San Francisco based compensation platform for companies to manage wages raised $46m in Series B funding led by YC Continuity.
“I have always been a personal finance nerd. So naturally, after quitting my job as a software engineer at Facebook in June of 2019, I talked with as many VPs of people and chief financial officers as I could and asked them about the biggest pain points they had related to personal finance,” Schulman told VentureBeat via email. “Countless times, I heard the same exact complaint: stock options are confusing and stressful … We’ve seen an emergence of modern human resources tech systems in recent years, but compensation has been firmly trapped in an offline, spreadsheet-driven era. We have lacked compensation transparency and fairness for all constituents in the ecosystem.”