Employee Onboarding by Rippling

Throw away your new hire on-boarding checklist ✅

#2 Product of the DayMarch 15, 2017
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Niv Dror
Niv DrorHunterHiring@nivo0o0 · VC at Shrug Capital
Zenefits co-founder Parker Conrad just revealed his new company: "Rippling automatically does the 100 little things that IT, HR, Facilities, Legal, Finance, and employees have to do when joining, working at, or leaving a company. From buying a computer to running payroll." Good writeup on TechCrunch: https://techcrunch.com/2017/03/1...
Mohamed Yunus
Mohamed Yunus@tweetyunus · CEO Everyly.
Would be great for @rippling to partner with these integrated services and offer a single payment method at a better cost and let the companies use all these, not just to integrate but also to activate as the employee count grows up. Just like what @Stripe is doing with atlas for company setup.
Kunal Bhatia
Kunal Bhatia@kunalslab · Co-founder & Design Lead @SlidesUp
Love how focused this product is. It's not only for hiring, but also offboarding. Smooth transitions 😏
Axel Norvell
Axel Norvell@axertion · UI/UX Designer at GoCo.io
The big question. Is this a Zenefits alternative, or is it intended to be used in unison to HR tech? I tested out Rippling, and it feels like an HR platform with a focus on the onboarding / offboarding. I also noticed that Rippling has payroll (California only), which suggests that it's more than just an onboarding checklist. Eventually with the data they're storing, they're getting into the realm of data that require heavy compliance checks and audits. It's like an HR platform, without any mention of compliance...which feels kind of strange :P
Ethan Kravitz
Ethan Kravitz@ethosventures · Engineer, CTO, Investor, Crypto Junky
@axertion Conrad never was one for compliance 😁
Rogue London
Rogue London@iamroguelondon · Grateful and determined.
@axertion If you look at Terms of Service 1.5 c) it situates Rippling as a Data Hosting company rather than a HR Platform provider. Much like Uber is not a taxi company but rather a transport network company. Either way it looks like it solves a huge pain point that he is well qualified to solve.
Andreas Klinger
Andreas KlingerHiring@andreasklinger · Tech at Product Hunt 💃
@myprasanna this is awesome! How do you do this one?
@andreasklinger We integrate with their OAuth APIs.