January 21, 2022
Yes, Stripe offers hundreds of remote roles across all business units.
Not quite. While Stripe will let you work remotely for many open roles, you won’t have the flexibility to live anywhere on Earth. Most roles are tethered to the place you are hired in. For example, if you are hired for a remote role in Marketing in the US, it is expected you will reside somewhere in the US.
Stripe don’t talk about async communication publicly but they do refer to intentional communication. There is an emphasis on transparency and documentation. It could be assumed a reasonable amount of async communication is taking place at Stripe.
We have always been deliberate about how we share. Our communication norms in places like our company all-hands, Q&As, wikis, emails, and internal messaging are unique in their aim to democratize access to information and avoid siloed thinking. Stripes are even encouraged to “lurk” into coworkers’ projects to learn about what is happening and provide relevant feedback. We over-index on transparency because we believe access to information is imperative to creating the very best work, and we have a lot to learn from one another.
Stripe has published a very honest guide to their culture. They have posed a series of questions to help you assess whether Stripes culture would be a good fit for you. Here are some examples:
Stripe has offices in London, Paris, Melbourne, Singapore, Mexico City, San Francisco, Chicago, New York City, Seattle, Amsterdam, Bangalore, Berlin, Dubli and Tokyo.
Yes - Stripe pay extremely well. You can read more via Comparably.
Yes, Stripe is committed to an inclusive and diverse workforce.
Stripe's purpose is to increase the GDP of the Internet.
Stripe has over 4.000 employees spread across it’s offices and remote hub.