We believe magic happens when we can align people’s personal journeys with their professional journey at Sapling. We invest in everyone’s growth because we know Sapling can grow only as fast as its people.
The majority of our team is based in San Francisco. Our HQ is in Soma where you find us frequenting the local bars and restaurants.
We set-up our Vancouver office in 2020 and are hiring across Engineering, Customer Success and Marketing.
Our product powers some of the world’s biggest distributed teams like InVision, Zapier and TopTal. We too have employees across the world.
Daily wins and losses are just short term outcomes of the bigger long term goal – improvement.
We empower each other to act like owners, meaning we constructively speak up and solve problems independently when we see it.
To best support each other across every timezone, each team maintains a shared understanding of each other’s goals and values.
We like to move fast and rapidly iterate to success. We believe fast decisions are far better than slow ones and radically better than no decisions.
We strive to build trust in every interaction with our customers, investors, business partners, the community and our teammates.
At Sapling we hire people not roles. Which means that we want you to bring your unique ideas and approaches to work and break (not fit into) the corporate mold.
Want to start a monthly book club or create a weekly running crew? We’re game. We welcome out of the box perspectives and love implementing new culture initiatives.
We prioritize our employees’ health. We offer our employees a variety of health plan options, so that everyone can choose a plan that works best for all.
We know that employees do their best work when they’re well-rested, energized, and have the time to recharge.
Need to take a refresher course or want to up-level your skillset? We’re all in. Sapling offers monthly stipends to take online courses, attend professional workshops, or conferences.
Oscar. Trucks. June. Lemon. Just a few of our furry friends who are regulars at the office. Does your puppy need new friends? Bring ‘em in.