Rippling Overview

  • San Francisco, CA
  • 201 to 500 Employees
  • 2016
  • Company - Private
  • Computer Hardware Development
  • $25 to $50 million (USD)

Rippling makes it unbelievably easy to manage your team's payroll, benefits, computers, and apps -- all in one modern system. We're the Q to your Bond, the Alfred to your Batman. We're growing fast and hiring across all departments. Check out to learn about ...
Mission: We free smart people to work on hard problems.

Company Updates

October 21, 2021
Exciting news: We just raised a $250M Series C at a $6.5B valuation led by Sequoia Capital Global Equities and Global Growth, with participation from Greenoaks and others. We’re grateful for our investors, partners, customers, and most importantly all of the talented folks here at Rippling. We’re using this new capital to scale our team across the globe and build new products that we believe will fundamentally change the way founders, HR, IT, and Finance operate.
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Rippling Raises $250M in Series C Funding
March 24, 2021
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Parker Conrad
63 Ratings
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"Learning a lot, growing fast."

Apr 4, 2022 - Recruiter in San Francisco, CA
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- Very transparent leadership - Clear "north star" of where the company is heading - High growth, high impact - Managers and co-workers care about my growth - Compensated fairly - Continuous


401k match would be great, we recently hired a head of HR who is working on improving benefits
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Rippling Interviews

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Applied online46%
Employee Referral13%

  1. Account Executive - Channel Sales Interview

    Anonymous Employee in United States
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    Average Interview

    I applied through a recruiter. The process took 1 week. I interviewed at Rippling (United States)


    I thought the beginning of the process was smooth and seemed to be moving quickly to fill the position. One of the Recruiters reached out to me directly pitching the role, so I decided to give it a shot and see what the company had to offer.

    First, screening with Recruiter - great process. Second, informal interview with the head of the sales department I was interviewing for. That went well, pushed me through to the next round. Third, panel interview with hiring manager, head of sales department, another manager from another team. The second part of the panel interview was a bit overwhelming and intense. Be prepared to “think outside of the box” with your answers, because if the answers are not correct they will certainly be blunt with you and not in a coaching way. (That’s a great and encouraging way to throw someone off their game during an interview by the way). The hiring manager and last interview were fine, basic questions about experience, objection handling etc.

    The role seemed pretty intense and seemed to be more of an “outside sales rep” position working remotely with CPAs where you’re building your pipeline from relationship building that way. It’s not a role I was dying to do anyways. I understand the interviews can be intense for a reason, but I think if you’re going to be slightly rude to your candidates during the interview process, imagine what it would be like working for him/her. Blessing in disguise.

    If I threw a book of clients at you, how would you prioritize them? What would you do if a client ghosted you? If you had to show your client appreciation what would you do?

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Rippling Awards & Accolades

  • 2021 Forbes America's Best Startup EmployersForbes2021
  • Business Insider 46 Enterprise Startups to Bet Your Career on in 2021Business Insider2021
  • Bay Area's Fastest Growing Private CompaniesBiz Journals2022
  • Forbes America's Best Startup Employers 2022Forbes2022
  • Y Combinator Top Companies - 2022Y Combinator2022

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...Ripplings benefits are sibpar for a tech company....

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