WorkStep, a San Francisco, CA-based company enabling large supply chain employers to source, screen, engage, and retain their frontline workforce, raised $17.2m in funding.
The round was led by FirstMark Capital, with participation from previous investor and strategic partner Prologis Ventures.
The capital, a combination of Seed ($6.7m) and Series A ($10.5m) funding, will be used to grow the team across functions including engineering, product, sales, customer success and more and continue to improve and expand its technology.
Founded in 2017 and led by Dan Johnston, CEO, WorkStep supports supply chain companies by helping them find and retain their frontline workforce. Its Employee Lifecycle Management (ELM) software platform features cloud-based Hire™ and Retain™ solutions to provide HR, recruiting and operations leaders with transparency across the employee lifecycle, to source, screen, onboard, train, and retain critical, non-exempt talent. Customers include hundreds of industrial, logistics, transportation and warehousing employers across North America –– including regional 3PLs and distribution centers, as well as 16 of the Fortune 500.