We believe businesses can do good while doing good business. We've done it before and can't wait to do it again.
Being mission-driven is personal for us
We’re on a mission to give companies compensation clarity – and advance fairness and transparency in the process.
Our co-founders were Salesforce’s founding HR duo, and our team of seasoned unicorn operators, serial entrepreneurs, and compensation nerds is 100% remote. We’re also backed by top VCs.
Doing things differently is our DNA
We’re proud to have gender parity in our leadership team, and to conduct bi-annual pay audits to ensure we pay employees fairly & equitably. Our social impact team launched OPEN Imperative in 2022 to end gender pay disparity in 5 years.
Values built to last
Say it like it is
Outcomes > intentions
Awards & news
OpenComp certified as a Great Place to Work
OpenComp was recognized in 2022. Our employees said OpenComp is a great place to work.
Best Startups’ Top 101 CEOs in CA
Thanh Nguyen was listed as a top CEO in his home state.
Winner of RemoteTech’s 2022 award
We proudly received RemoteTech’s Breakthrough Award for Compensation Planning.
Careers at OpenComp
Join our team of passionate innovators, truth tellers, and problem solvers as we bring compensation clarity to today's best companies.
98% of our employees say OpenComp is a Great Place to Work
That’s compared to a 57% average at similar companies. Learn more.
We value wellbeing.
100% of our employees report OpenComp is a psychologically and emotionally healthy place to work. Learn more.
Diversity, equity, and inclusion are table stakes for us.
100% of our team believes people at OpenComp are treated fairly regardless of gender, sexual orientation, or race.
We invest in IRL relationships
We get together in person consistently.
Actively invested in fair pay
In 2022, we launched OPEN Imperative to eliminate gender pay disparity by 2027.
Gender parity in leadership
We’re proud to have gender parity on our board and executive team.
100% of our employees feel they’re fairly compensated.
And as of Q12022, we pay women 1% more.