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    We’re honored to be ranked #8 on Forbes and Statista’s list of America’s Best Large Employers. Thanks to our amazing team for their commitment to innovation, excellence and culture. https://bit.ly/36X8LUV

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    A big thank you to our incredible employees whose feedback has earned us a spot on Glassdoor's Best Places to Work in 2021 list. We're so grateful for the perspective of our colleagues and the team's commitment to living our values. #GlassdoorBPTW https://bit.ly/3nJefrT

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    "The product development team at Honey is constantly performing a balancing act. Product Management Director Tai Zhang said that act involves investing in the consumer web company’s long-term vision while accomplishing shorter-term, tactical goals." Tai Zhang from our Honey team sat down with Built In in LA to describe what being a Product Manager is like at Honey. View the full article here: https://bit.ly/35vcND6 Interested in learning more about Honey? View all our open positions today and find your next role! www.paypal.com/jobs

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    "The culture is very collaborative and very flexible.” PayPal's iOS Engineer Susan Stevens chatted with Built In Chicago about how those qualities benefit our engineering efforts. https://bit.ly/38hB951

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    We’re excited to announce that Braintree, a PayPal Service has been named one of the Built In Best Places to Work in Chicago! Check out our rank here: https://www.builtinchicago.org/companies/best-places-to-work-chicago-2021 #2021BuiltInBest

  • Human Rights Campaign President Alphonso David was on the latest episode of #NeverStandStill. As a member of the Black and LGBTQ communities, Alphonso is challenging all of us to think about identity in a more intersectional way than we have historically. Both identities shape who he is at work and in his personal life, and his efforts at the HRC advocate for society and institutions to see people’s whole selves as valuable. Conversations like these continue to inform our efforts at PayPal to ensure employees can not only bring their full identities to work, but also be celebrated and respected for those identities. Many thanks to Alphonso for the important and candid discussion. You can watch their full conversation here.

  • PayPal Chairman and Nike CEO John Donahoe and PayPal CEO Dan Schulman share the perspective that businesses play a critical role in solving important social issues—not just condemning things they see, but driving forward a solution, a topic discussed on their #NeverStandStill conversation. They both acknowledge that while Nike and PayPal are making strong commitments to diversity and inclusion within their own walls and beyond, the journey never ends and there’s still more work to be done. Watch their full conversation here.

  • PayPal CEO Dan Schulman was joined on this episode of #NeverStandStill by Phoenix Mercury and WNBA star Diana Taurasi. As an athlete, Diana is amazing; as an advocate, she’s just as inspiring. Watch their full conversation here: https://youtu.be/8QcQOf79I-c

  • If you are a student graduating in 2021 then the #PayPalCampusChallenge is for you! We are looking for the best to join us at our #India centers in #Bangalore, #Chennai and #Hyderabad. We're hiring across the board in a wide variety of roles including Engineering, Product Management, Data Science and Analytics as we look to redefine money and democratize access to financial services. Click the link below and sign up to compete for a set of internships and full-time positions on offer.

  • Dan Schulman's #NeverStandStill conversation with Trilogy Films Founder and Filmmaker Dawn Porter, where they discussed her recent Magnolia Pictures documentary, ?John Lewis: Good Trouble.? It?s perfectly timed for the moment we?re in today, and a powerful reminder of Lewis? legacy. In the film, Dawn made the creative decision to capture late Rep. Lewis watching footage of himself as a young civil rights activist?a part of the film that I found particularly moving. When I asked Dawn to share her rationale behind that decision she said, ?I wanted him to see what we see.? I loved getting to hear about Dawn?s craft and the care with which she tells other people?s stories. Watch their full conversation here: https://lnkd.in/eTbQ-rh Note: This conversation was recorded before Rep. John Lewis passed away on July 17.

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