SAN FRANCISCO–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Brex,
the first corporate card for startups and ecommerce businesses, today
announced it has been recognized as one of San Francisco Business Times
and Silicon Valley Business Journal’s “2019 Best Places to Work.” Brex
stood out among 500 applicants as a company whose employees determined
its policies and best practices, as well as values, office culture,
compensation and benefits, were some of the best in the Bay Area.
“We recognized from the very beginning that in order to retain top
talent, we had to create an environment where employees could not only
feel welcomed and valued, but also inspired and challenged to do their
best work every day,” said Henrique Dubugras, co-founder and CEO of
Brex. “The San Francisco Business Times Best Places to Work award is
particularly special to me because it is based off of survey responses
from the entire Brex team. Brex would not be where it is today without
the talented, hard-working and committed team that we’ve had from day
The Best Places to Work survey is completed by employees from each award
recipient, in which they evaluated and ranked their employers across
multiple categories including culture, compensation, benefit offerings
and management practices. This year’s submission process included a
particular emphasis on employee wellness and mental health.
This acknowledgement stems from Brex’s numerous policies and perks that
directly benefit their employees including high quality health,
workplace and commuter offerings as well as a culture that supports
learning and professional development.
Additionally, Brex has maintained strong emphasis on hiring talent from
foreign backgrounds — to date, 48% of Brex employees are first
generation immigrants and come from 17 different countries. Brex will
continue to prioritize hiring top talent from different backgrounds as
the company grows and expands its premium offerings.
Brex is hiring at all levels across the company. To learn more about
career opportunities, visit us online.
Brex is transforming B2B payments by creating corporate cards, rewards,
and travel programs that are tailored to specific industries. In 2018
Brex launched the first corporate card and rewards program specifically
designed for startups. By rebuilding the credit card tech stack from the
ground up, Brex is able to reimagine every aspect of corporate cards,
including underwriting, transparency and approvals, to create a
radically better experience for customers. Brex is backed by Y
Combinator Continuity, Peter Thiel, Max Levchin and more and has raised
$215M in equity and $100M in debt capital. The company’s headquarters
are in San Francisco.
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