Mission: Our mission is to help sales, marketing and customer success teams uncover every revenue opportunity from every customer.
We believe Artificial Intelligence (AI) will empower people to be more effective in everything they do. Our mission is to help sales, marketing, and customer success teams uncover every revenue opportunity from every one of their customers.
Founded in 2016, People.ai is based in San Francisco.
At People.ai, we hire great people and challenge them to do great things in the pursuit of building the world’s leading sales AI platform. Our customers are everything, and we work tirelessly to earn and keep their trust. We ensure that every project has a single owner, and that person has complete ownership. We believe that every problem has a solution, and that there are no unsolvable problems. We believe in iterating quickly, getting feedback, and improving, which means that “very good” today is better than “perfect” tomorrow. We disagree and commit—we may not always agree, but once a decision is made we support it. Radical transparency is core, and we give each other feedback and share insight into the state of the business in real time. And, not surprisingly, we are extremely data-driven.
We’re proud to offer unlimited vacation, free lunch, full health benefits, and much more.
At People.ai, we hire great people and challenge them to do great things. We provide opportunities to build skills and set your own career path. We constantly challenge each other to get out of our comfort zones in order to grow personally and professionally.
Without our customers, we don’t have a business. And we never forget that. We put our customers at the center of every decision we make. We understand that although we are the ones building People.ai, it’s not all about us—it’s really about the value we can deliver to our customers.
At People.ai we’ve embraced the value of end-to-end ownership. Every project has a single owner; one person is in charge of making it happen.
We believe there are no unsolvable problems. It just takes time and teamwork to come to a resolution. Our problem-solving methodology is pretty simple. We think first about our customers and how the problem—and potential solutions—may impact them.
We encourage our teams to take smart risks. Its ok if those projects don’t pan out — we learn from it and move forward. Every member of our team is passionate about the work they do, and we hold people to high standards. But, we’re also realistic.
We recognize there are multiple ways to approach and tackle a problem and we encourage the discourse, but the ultimate goal is to find a path of resolution.
This means we understand how every task we work—regardless of your role or department—is part of the bigger picture. This value also extends to management transparency, open office space, and organizational shared goals that keep us all moving together as a team.
Data is critical when it comes to making decisions that affect our customers so we will always use data to understand the dependencies and the upsides and downsides of any decision we make.
I have been working at People.ai full-time
Across the board - one of the best cultures I've experienced. Leadership is experienced, learning-oriented and decisive. Teams are ambitious, pragmatic and highly motivated.
It's fun working with smart folks that are mission-driven. The mission is exciting as well.
You need to want to build as you go - we are scaling and maturing in every function.
I applied online. I interviewed at People.ai.
Applied online and heard back within few days from the recruiter to hop on a call. The call just sounded very transactional and the recruiter didn't sound friendly or interested in my answers, it was just questions after questions. At the end of the phone call, I was told I should hear back within 1-2 days and saying she'll try to convince the team to move me forward. A week later, I heard nothing, so I followed up with an e-mail. 2 days later, the recruiter said they would like to move me forward and asked what's my availability to come in on-site for an interview. I told her what my availabilities were for the week, and then didn't hear back. A week later, I received an e-mail saying that they moved forward with someone else last week. I felt this is very unprofessional because she wasn't responsive and when asked for my availability, then moved on with someone else. Overall, a very negative experience from the beginning to end.
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Committed to paying equitably for equal work & experience
Career Advancement Program
Helping employees "upskill" into higher-paying positions
Has programs that support a diverse and inclusive workforce
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Taking steps to prioritize employee well-being