When I Work, a St. Paul, Minn-based platform to schedule, track time and communicate with hourly employees, secured $15m in Series B funding.
The round was led by Drive Capital with participation from Arthur Ventures and High Alpha.
The company, which has raised $24m to date, intends to use the funds to acquire engineering, product, and sales and marketing talent, to continue developing more customer-inspired functionality within its products, and create new collaboration and communications tools purpose-built for the hourly workforce.
Led by Chad Halvorson, CEO, When I Work serves businesses that manage hourly workers and shift-based work schedules—from small brick-and-mortar businesses with 10-person teams up to 10,000-employee enterprises. The company’s platform currently offers two core products: Scheduling and Time & Attendance, which together, allow managers to create or update work schedules, approve shift change requests, drops, time off, track payroll expenses, reduce overtime and communicate with employees.
Today, more than 50,000 workplaces in a wide cross section of industries from healthcare and hospitality to restaurants, retail and service-based organizations use When I Work.