Mission: Inflection's goal is to build trust on the Internet, so people can connect with confidence online and in person.
We believe hiring the right people is crucial for implementing our vision. Our team thrives with charismatic extroverts, quiet geniuses, and industrious pioneers. Ask anyone who works here and you'll learn that people are the best part of Inflection. Does this sound like the team for you? Apply today. We're excited to meet you.
Want to know what the new hire experience at Inflection is like? Read all about it on our blog.
We care about our people.
At Inflection, we care about our team. Our company culture is built on trust, self-actualization, balance, whole health, personal accountability, hard work, and efficiency. We provide benefits that make our employees happy and help bring balance into their lives, both in and out of the office.
Below, watch Director of Social Impact Hamida Hamza Khalifa share the initiatives Inflection’s pursuing to tackle and improve equal pay across the company.
Our benefits are designed to be life-enhancing and balancing:
Whether it's each day's organic catered lunch, our free Caltrain Go Pass, or work from home flexibility, we do what we can to ensure that our team is healthy, happy, and engaged. Our teams enjoy a bountiful bunch of benefits--and we're always adding more!
Find up-to-date information about people with privacy-first search tools designed to protect sensitive details while helping you:
Interested in learning more about what we do? Check out our products page.
Our Omaha office is thriving and growing in the heart of Silicon Prairie and it’s home to Inflection’s member services office. We’re looking for people passionate about customer service to join this fun and exciting team. Go inside Inflection Omaha and meet the unique individuals who make up this team by watching this video:
Our benefits are designed to make work fun, rewarding, and life-enhancing:
From our free meals and snacks to our comprehensive benefits, we do what we can to ensure that our team is healthy, happy, and engaged. Our Omaha teams enjoy a wide variety of benefits--and we're always adding more!
Want to learn more about our Omaha office? Read this post on our blog by our Office Manager, Natalie Hollander.
I worked at Inflection full-time (More than 5 years)
Inflection’s culture is very strong. The office is lively with people chatting, people hang out after work, and meetings are fun and upbeat. The company has done a great job recruiting people who form strong relationships at work.
Inflection also has an executive team with strong moral leadership. The background check industry doesn't always do right by consumers, and sometimes it's downright shady. But leadership has always made the tough decisions to stick to its principles even when it left serious money on the table. It's nice to know that your company is one of the good guys.
The company is a certified B-Corp, which means that it's held to rigorous standards of social and environmental performance, accountability, and transparency. The result is a company that's really generous to its employees and the community.
Finally, I think it's a great time to join Inflection. I was there for five years and saw ups and downs (products sold, layoffs), but I left at the most exciting time. New products have found the right market, the strategy is focused, and growth looks great. Anyone joining now will get in at a time where momentum is strong but it's still early enough to make a significant contribution.
More like a word of warning: the people who thrive most at Inflection don't wait to be told what to do. They carve out their own job descriptions and career paths. It's a very collaborative team (instead of hierarchical), so you'll be expected to manage your own workload and drive initiatives you believe in.
I applied online. The process took 3 weeks. I interviewed at Inflection in May 2018.
Interview with recruiter then with hiring manager. Very, very poor communication and strange outcome. Initially good conversations with recruiter and hiring manager. Few days later received an email from recruiter saying they would like to move forward with an on-site team interview and asked for my availability. I provided feedback and followed up a few days later as they did not respond. No response for nearly a week and a half. Received a “canned” system email stating they had lots of good candidates but won’t be moving forward with me. Wait what? You notify me that you’d like to continue the process and ask for my availability, then go radio silent, only to notify me via “canned” email that I’m not a candidate? Extremely unprofessional. Maybe I dodged a bullet.