Mission: Our mission is to create a world where work empowers a better life.
Check out Gusto's new SF digs. The perfect home to build modern payroll, benefits and HR products and serve our amazing customers.
Our first day in our new SF home at the historical Pier 70 in the Dogpatch!
Founded in 2011, Gusto provides payroll, benefits and HR to modern companies. We have offices in San Francisco and Denver, but thanks to our 60,000 small business customers and their employees, there’s a little piece of us in all 50 states.
We believe that humans aren’t resources. When we come to work, we don’t leave our humanity at the door. We bring life with us: our feats and friendships, our adventures and aspirations.
Great businesses treat us like people, not ID numbers. When that happens, work becomes a source of energy rather than fatigue. It creates a virtuous cycle where life improves work, and work improves our lives. That’s why we started Gusto.
Our mission is to create a world where work empowers a better life.
If you see something, change something. Every employee has the power and responsibility to make decisions as a literal and figurative owner of the company. You're a steward of our values and an advocate for our customers. As such, you're trusted to point the company toward true north.
#ItsAMarathonNotASprint Be loved by your future self. Building for tomorrow is easy; we want to build a company for twenty years from now. Short-term gains never justify long-term sacrifice.
From engineering to PR, from a day-one intern to the Board of Directors, everyone can directly contribute to our success. We are collectively building the product and company of our dreams. The journey matters to us as much as the goal.
Strive for greatness in everything you do. Go beyond delivering what works to discover what delights.
What is right isn't necessarily the same as what is easy. You never hold your pride or career above our customers' needs. You want to build a company that creates value beyond mere capital. Trust every team member to make tough calls and recognize that they rely on you to do the same.
Empower others to do their best work. Proactively sharing information engenders trust and drives smarter decision-making. You're as quick to publicly document your mistakes as you are to celebrate victories, so teammates can learn from your experiences.
Gusto believes in empowering small businesses and their employees to do the best work of their lives. We’re making a huge impact and people love us! Come join our team in San Francisco or Denver and help serve over 60,000 businesses in all 50 states.
Little (and not so little) extras that make life better for you and your family:
Our little bundle of joy package comes complete with paid leave, meal delivery, house cleanings, and a care package from your family at Gusto to your family at home.
Never go hungry
Delicious food and snacks in the office.
Open vacation policy. Take the time you need.
Fitness stipend to keep you happy and healthy.
Competitive salary and meaningful equity.
Every employee gets a free flight to anywhere in the world on their one-year anniversary.
Get here easily
Commuter benefits to help you get to work.
Gusto has offices in San Francisco and Denver and its investors include Google Capital, General Catalyst, Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers, and the founders of Instagram, Stripe, Nest, PayPal, Yelp, Dropbox, and Eventbrite, among others.
Our story began in 2011, when Gusto’s founders came together with a plan to improve the lives of business owners and employees. From there, we’ve grown exponentially, funded by incredible investors. We're at 500+ employees today and proudly serve over 60,000 customers nationwide. We’re building a team and product for the long haul, and we’re nowhere near finished.
I have been working at Gusto full-time (More than a year)
I've worked at Gusto for over 18 months and have seen the company take on the exciting challenges of scaling our business, recruiting bigger cohorts of new employees, and grow into new space. The leadership is transparent (in the real transparency way; not just the tech jargon kind of way) and the people are vibrant. Gusto has kept it's "launch and iterate" mentality around operations, product, implementation, and process – they want to move fast, but understand that sometimes you need to slow down to speed up. I've never worked anywhere that feels as supportive, collaborative, and people-first.
Gusto is so people-first, that sometimes I think the company tries to retain people to do what's right for them when we should probably part ways. It's all a balance and I'd rather work somewhere that wants to give people a chance to succeed!
I applied through a recruiter. I interviewed at Gusto.
Very informative. They give you a detailed outline of the process, who you will be talking to, what that person's role in the company is, what good questions for each would be, etc.