We aspire towards humbleness in one’s own abilities, a strong growth-mindset, and an innate desire to pass on knowledge.
We believe in inclusivity and strive to make our company an aspirational example of a better, more human tech company. We reject racism, sexism, and homophobia. We want people who couldn’t be successful elsewhere because they don’t look or sound like what society expects successful people to look like to work here and to be given the chance they deserve.
Many of us have founded companies and we aren’t here for titles. We expect everyone to be able to share their opinions and advocate for what they believe is best for our users and our team.
We are an extremely collaborative team — so this is not a “headphones on and head down” team. Focus is of course important and always in balance; however we have a strong bias towards working together.
Our customers are developers and product managers, and we’re here to make their lives better. We value practical and simple solutions that immediately solve real customer pain.
We are building a brand new office in NYC and would love to have more pioneers join our eastward expansion.
Nylas is a place where you can bring your whole self to work and be accepted as who you are. It's a place that values growth and learning and puts high value on empowering employees to reach peak performance. And we know it's healthy to have a life outside of work – so we strive to plan projects in a way that supports healthy work-life balance.
Oh, and we’re a dog-friendly office; fur friends welcome.
Read more on our Open Source Company Handbook.
For full details, check out our Open Source Company Handbook.
696 Minna St
San Francisco, CA 94103
26 Broadway, 8th floor
New York, NY 10004
Nylas HQ is in the heart of San Francisco in a beautiful custom-designed office by Hannah Collins Design and we have a brand new Nylas East on Wall St in NYC. Nylas is primarily a co-located team in SF and NYC. We also believe in making room for awesome people - so feel free to contact us about remote work.
We want to build software that enables effective communication, and we also want to make an impact on the world via our culture. We believe that by embodying our values, we can make the world more like the kind of world we want to live in.
If a company creates great products but churns through the people who make them, is that organization worth building? For us, the answer is no. We believe that a company should be unabashedly human, and should serve both the people who work there and the customers it creates value for.
We want to be a voice in the world that says that people are able to do their best work when they’re able to bring their whole selves to work and to feel safe being as they are.
Our values are more deeply expanded upon both in our Open Source Company Handbook on GitHub, and on our KeyValues profile.